AD499 SIR GUAEN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT
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- AENGHUS CHISHOLME
Sir Guaen, one of Arthur's most trusted Knights, is under attack from a supernatural being. The Green Knight is an unstoppable animated corpse hell-bent upon Guaen's death. The only two magical beings in Caerleon castle that have any hope of opposing this evil are powerless whenever the Green Knight is near.
Desperate for help Merlin turns to Queen Nimue of the faerie people. In an alliance forged from need the mystical beings unravel the circumstances that cause the appearance of the Green Knight at every full-moon.
With each ensuing attack the Green Knight becomes more powerful and more cunning. Can the alliance between the faerie people and King Arthur's court overcome their mistrust of each other in order to battle the very embodiment of evil?
Purpose of this book, the third in the series is to inject a bit of horror into the myth.
Intended audience are adults 18 years and over.
The reader should appreciate that the King Arthur tomes were the source of many genres of author's works over the centuries.