Peltar And The Rainbow Knight [NOOK Book]

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What if the modern world collided with a world of ancient history, what if the court of King Arthur still existed but under extreme peril.

Peltar Givens is about to discover what if..

Peltar Givens is just another young kid with a hard life, until she took him to the Kingdom through the Tree of Life, she is beautiful even stunning to hear but she is a fairy. Here he learns how the legend of King Arthur and ...

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Peltar And The Rainbow Knight

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Overview

What if the modern world collided with a world of ancient history, what if the court of King Arthur still existed but under extreme peril.

Peltar Givens is about to discover what if..

Peltar Givens is just another young kid with a hard life, until she took him to the Kingdom through the Tree of Life, she is beautiful even stunning to hear but she is a fairy. Here he learns how the legend of King Arthur and Camelot is part of the history of the Kingdom, bastardised by the world for their own reasons.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044998834
  • Publisher: David McDonald
  • Publication date: 8/21/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 209 KB

Meet the Author

David McDonald is something of a unique individual and confounds many with his achievements, having suffered five strokes he has impaired short term memory and impaired cognitive skills.
Despite this he has written seven books of War Poetry, all of which are well received, and another Novella, he struggles with grammar and refuses to surrender to his physical and mental limitations.
I served with David during his eighteen years of Military Service, an outstanding soldier he has used his past to inspire his present in his writing.
I leave it to the reader to decide but this man is worth the respect so many of us who know him display, he is one of the few who fights for the many.

John Holdsworth

RHF

His first publications, There are no Unwounded Soldiers, I Never Raised My Son to be a Soldier and Every Soldier Needs a Soul form a Trilogy of poetry and display his ability to use words to tell stories.

The Lost Century is a result of his prolific writing during his treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and contains some hard reading.

The latest and most acclaimed of his works are "A Heart Without Words" and "A Heart with Wounds" which form a brace of books dealing with Emotions.

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  • Posted July 20, 2012

    This was a change for me having read this authors poetry i was u

    This was a change for me having read this authors poetry i was unsure what to expect, there are a few spelling mistakes (never trust spell checks) but that does not detract from the enjoyment of the book.

    The plot is a great twist on the Arthurian Legend and brought something (at last) original and I loved the flow of the timeline, the hero of our story (Peltar) is great and his adventure is a unique blend of history, adventure romance and coming of age. I am looking forward to the next in the series to see where he can take the legend further.

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  • Posted January 25, 2012

    I hope the author will turn this into a series of books.

    Reviewed by Anne B. for Readers Favorite

    Peltar’s life had not been an easy one since his father’s death and his mother’s remarriage. He tried to get along with his stepfather because he loved his mother and she appeared to be happy. His stepfather treated him like a slave when his mother was not in sight, using a stick to beat him if he wasn’t working fast enough. The farm had been in his father’s family for many years. It was important to Peltar to restore it to proper order. Sadly, Peltar knew his life had little chance of getting better. Then he met Patience, a fairy. She shared with him the true story of King Arthur and his Kingdom. After revealing his true identity she took him to a special tree and led him to the Kingdom where he met the Queen and took his place as her protector.

    I was excited to review this manuscript because I have always been fascinated by the tales of King Arthur, Merlin, The Knights of the Round Table, Guinevere and Sir Lancelot. The author places a unique spin on an old story.He introduces readers to the descendants of King Arthur and Sir Lancelot. The knowledge of their ancestors is passed along to the descendants which helped with the the story line. Peltar was a fantastic character as was Patience and the Queen. I did notice spelling errors in this book but they did not detract from my pleasure.I hope the author will turn this into a series of books.

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