Hawk of May

Hawk of May

Gillian Bradshaw


"Intelligent and imaginative...even the magic convinces."
-Mary Renault, writer of The King needs to Die

On the trail towards Greatness, each Hero Makes a Choice

Legends sing of Sir Gawain, some of the most revered warriors of King Arthur's reign and one of many maximum champions of all time. yet this isn't that tale. this can be the tale of Gwalchmai, center son of the gorgeous, infinitely evil sorceress Morgawse, and proficient scholar of her darkish magical arts. a narrative of an doubtful guy, doubting his skill to stick to his elder brother's warrior prowess and looking to locate his personal identification through bonding together with his scary and robust mom. disenchanted in himself and despised via his father, Gwalchmai units out on a trip that may lead him to the threshold of darkness...

A story of loss, redemption, and event, Hawk of may well brings new intensity and knowing to Sir Gawain, the legend of King Arthur, and the impression of selections made-and the results that follow.

"A welcome new mild at the horizon of renowned Arthurian legend...delightful...a powerful feel of affection and mysticism...a ripping experience tale."
-Booklist

"Will entice those that have loved Tolkien's works."
-Library Journal

"Compelling...splendid...vibrant...exhilarating...a novel that seduces us into accepting sorcery and sanctity in King Arthur's England."
-New York occasions ebook Review

(20100723)

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