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Art Reyes, a young Marine, suffers eerie visions of dying with a lance in his chest--as none other than King Arthur. Had it only been a legend--Arthur's promise to return when the world needs him? Then bio-terrorists unleash a plague that ravages the population and crumbles civilization. With marauding gangs vying for power, Art is launched into a leadership position as the one man with the charisma to unify citizens to fight back. Miles away, a girl named Shanna struggles to survive the chaos of the new dark ...
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Overview

Art Reyes, a young Marine, suffers eerie visions of dying with a lance in his chest--as none other than King Arthur. Had it only been a legend--Arthur's promise to return when the world needs him? Then bio-terrorists unleash a plague that ravages the population and crumbles civilization. With marauding gangs vying for power, Art is launched into a leadership position as the one man with the charisma to unify citizens to fight back. Miles away, a girl named Shanna struggles to survive the chaos of the new dark age. But fate inexorably draws the two together, the reincarnated King Arthur and Lady Guinevere. Their task: to restore order, rediscover their lost love and this time to get it right.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000089262
  • Publisher: Zumaya Publications
  • Publication date: 6/1/2005
  • Series: Excalibur Regained , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 324
  • File size: 774 KB

Meet the Author

For 28 years of the last millenium, Joan Upton Hall taught English, also editing and cartooning a teacher newsletter that won national awards. Now a full-time freelance writer and editor, she instructs writing classes and speaks to any group that will listen to her. Her manual, Rx for Your Writing Ills, has helped hundreds of writers, and several writer newsletters carry her “Demystifying Writers’ Demons” column.
She contributes travel columns and an occasional humor column to the county newspaper, and has published short stories and more articles than she can remember in magazines as diverse as Texas Highways, American Jails, The Elegant Texan, and ByLine writers’ magazine.
And if you think that indicates a split personality, her book credits run from historical nonfiction to the paranormal and urban fantasy. View the covers and read free samples on her website: www.joanuptonhall.com.
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