- By Sarah Luddington

Lancelot and the Grail

  • Title: Lancelot and the Grail
  • Author: Sarah Luddington
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lancelot and the Grail I was once called Wolf Now I am damned to a half life of madness grieving and broken If I have to return to my King he will want the greatest Knight of Camelot but I am not that creature I am a ma

    I was once called, Wolf Now I am damned to a half life of madness, grieving and broken If I have to return to my King, he will want the greatest Knight of Camelot, but I am not that creature I am a man who has learnt to hate what he once loved How can I help my betrayer kill my fey father, even if it is to save Camelot and her people Lancelot, alone and shattered is I was once called, Wolf Now I am damned to a half life of madness, grieving and broken If I have to return to my King, he will want the greatest Knight of Camelot, but I am not that creature I am a man who has learnt to hate what he once loved How can I help my betrayer kill my fey father, even if it is to save Camelot and her people Lancelot, alone and shattered is found by the only person capable of saving what s left of his mind When the damaged knight finally manages to scrape his awareness together he reluctantly returns to Camelot, only to find Arthur almost as broken.The two men must face each other, over a vast gulf of betrayal in order to confront their enemies for the last time.As they travel from Camelot, into the Land of the Dead and on to Albion, they remember why and how they became one all those years ago Lancelot discovers that the path of the warrior is not just about killing, but also about compassion and there are some things that you just cannot escape, no matter how far you run.

    1 thought on “Lancelot and the Grail

    1. This book, the third in the series, was very heartrending. At the beginning we find the great warrior broken and damaged. Indeed, the reader is not even sure who is speaking to begin with. Gradually we learn that Lancelot has PTSD, but of course in the old days, it had no name. Lancelot is coaxed back to society by his old friend, Tancred, and finally returns to Camelot and his once-beloved Arthur. The old feelings slowly resurface, but there are more pressing concerns to deal with. Arthur canno [...]

    2. So I love my ambi-sexual Lancelot stories. This is the third in the series. They are a tad bit hokey but I can't help get involved with Lancelot and Arthur (the great love of his life). This series is a fun alternate take on the Arthurian tales. Just like The Mists Of Avalon (though not nearly at that level of literature), it's nice to visit these familiar characters and tales in a different way. Plus I feel it's important to support this author. She got some serious hate and anti-gay bashing on [...]

    3. Well, the third book certainly took some twists I didn't forsee. We open with a very broken Lancelot alone in the woods, reeling from the loss of Tancred and his betrayal by Arthur. His very psyche apparently has fractured. In his loneliness, someone appears. At first, we have no idea who it is, but soon it is revealed to be Tancred. Over several months, he nurses Lancelot back to health, in order to return him to Arthur, who is just as broken. Tancred loves Lancelot fiercely, but he's a king's [...]

    4. Like the previous two books in the series, this book was a fast, totally frivolous, read. I like the author's versions of Lancelot and Arthur. They got me through three books and will likely get me to buy the fourth one. Really, the only thing that keeps me from rating this book--and the others I've read in the series--higher, is the dire state of the editing in the Kindle version. Typos, misspellings, and badly punctuated dialogue abound. If this bothers you, I'd recommend waiting for a revised [...]

    5. Love itSo in love wit Lancelot. This story really moves you and the struggle for loveI can't get enough.ep them coming

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