By Ruth Nestvold
For over ten years, there was peace in Britain after Arthur and his warriors soundly defeated the Saxons on the conflict of Caer Baddon. yet occasionally peace is dishonest ...
After a sequence of demanding winters and famine, an alliance of upset northern kings assault the wealthy towns of Southern Britain. yet within the years of peace, Arthur's military has grown gentle; jealousies and trivia rip as soon as powerful alliances aside. Cador, who's paradoxically often called "farmer king," needs to visit conflict back. The risk to their lifestyle throws him including Yseult, the girl he has secretly enjoyed for the reason that he used to be a youth.
But can their politically expedient marriage support convey peace to Britain back? Or will it purely bring about additional conflict?
As betrayals either actual and imagined shake the principles of former British solidarity, Cador and Yseult needs to attempt to negotiate their very own own peace. Who will live to tell the tale the upheavals to return? Will Britain rally once again at the back of a typical chief to struggle off the typical possibility?