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The Oak Above the Kings (The Tales of Arthur, Vol 2)
The Oak Above the Kings - The Tales of Arthur, Vol 2
Author: Patricia Kennealy-Morrison
ISBN-13: 9780451454515
ISBN-10: 0451454510
Publication Date: 6/1/1995
Pages: 432
Rating:
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Publisher: Roc
Book Type: Paperback
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Taliesin , Chief Bard of Keltia, brother in sword and deed and marriage to Arthur the King, sets his magical Seeings into fated works. He tells how Arthur, the lost prince, overthrows the evil, usurping Archdruid and at last comes to his own kingship. But it is a double throne which he must share by law and love with the one woman in all Keltia fit to share it with him. She is Gweniver, princess and priestess, his own cousin-- and his wife.
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Volume 2 of the Tales of Arthur, a book of the Keltiad. Narrated by Taliesin, bard and friend of Arthur and Gweniver. Set on the double-ringed planet in the nation of Keltia, this is the continuing tale of the Danaans, who left Earth's Ireland long ago. Part of a great series.