James Wilde brings his epic reimagining of the story of the Pendragon bloodline (and so the most enduring legend of all - of Arthur, King of the Britons) to a nail-biting, cataclysmic conclusion . . .
James Wilde is a Man of Mercia. Raised in a world of books,
the author studied economic history at university before travelling
the world in search of adventure. He first encountered the great
English warrior, Hereward, in the pages of a comic. It was while
visiting the haunted fenlands of Eastern England, Hereward's
ancestral home, that he became convinced that this legendary figure
should be the subject of his first novel. The 'Hereward' series now
runs to six novels, the most recent of which is Hereward - The
James Wilde divides his time between London and the family home in Derbyshire.
I was riveted . . . an excellent tale, one of the best re-imaginings of the iconic Arthur myth out there and, for me, James Wilde's best book to date. Highly recommended. -- Robin Carter * PARMENION BOOKS *