The Sorcerer

The Sorcerer

Book 2, Metamorphosis

Book - 1997
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The sixth volume of Jack Whyte's "Camulod" series sees Merlyn the Sorceror finally ready to realize his sacred dream: to present Arthur as the Riothamus, the High King of Britain, and in doing so to change the face of history and legend forever.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Viking, 1997
Branch Call Number: FICTION WHY
Characteristics: xii, 530 p. : map

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SqueeGirl Oct 03, 2009

Merlyn is finally able to present Arthur as the High King of Britain.

SqueeGirl Oct 03, 2009

Caius Merlyn Britannicus keeps young Arthur hidden and safe from his enemies while he grows into the man that will one day wield Excalibur.

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Aug 21, 2018

Whyte's sensual but historically-motivated telling of the coming of King Arthur continues - the dreams of Camelot are forged from a hardened alloy that mingles the best of Republican Rome and the Celtic way of living in community and in nature, with a highly-polished veneer of early Christianity. The young boy Arthur comes of age, and his mentor Caius Merlyn takes on the mantle of men's fears.

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