Of Quests and Kings

Of Quests and Kings

by Robert Adams
     
 

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LOST IN TIME!

It all began with a small group of people who were trapped in Bass Foster's twentieth-century American home during a terrible storm. Somehow, they were carried back through time and space to an alternate seventeenth-century England, a realm at war and ruled by the legendary King Arthur Tudor III. Bass, Krystal, and the rest had either adapted to their

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LOST IN TIME!

It all began with a small group of people who were trapped in Bass Foster's twentieth-century American home during a terrible storm. Somehow, they were carried back through time and space to an alternate seventeenth-century England, a realm at war and ruled by the legendary King Arthur Tudor III. Bass, Krystal, and the rest had either adapted to their strange new home--or died in the attempt.

And now, Bass, a Duke of the Realm, and one of the king's most valued commanders, has been given a seemingly impossible mission: to unite the warring kingdoms of Ireland under Arthur's own loyal ally King Brian.

But in Ireland waited both treacherous friends and bloodthirsty enemies. And mobilizing for actions as well aware the well-trained forces of the Holy Roman Empire and a foe who could destroy them all--the mysterious lords of the Time Projector!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594263088
Publisher:
Mundania Press
Publication date:
04/22/2014
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)
Age Range:
1 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Robert Adams (1932-1990) was a career soldier whose Horseclans series drew on his military background to lend verisimilitude to the exploits of 26th Century of immortal mutant warriors in a balkanized North America. The Coming of the Horseclans (1975) was the first of 18 novels in the sequence, which ended, with The Clan of the Cats (1988), only on account of the author’s death.

His non-Horseclans work included two other series. Castaways in Time (1980) and its five sequels were a mix of alternate history and time travel. The Stairway to Forever and Monsters and Magicians (both 1988) were the only volumes to appear of a projected fantasy series.

He also co-edited several anthologies, among them Barbarians (1985, with Martin H. Greenberg and Charles H. Waugh), four Magic in Ithkar volumes (1985-87, with Andre Norton), Robert Adams' Book of Alternate Worlds (1987, with Pamela Crippen Adams and Martin H. Greenberg) and Robert Adams' Book of Soldiers (1988, same co-editors).

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