The Silurian, Book Five: Longhand, White-tooth and The Fox [NOOK Book]

Overview

Taken from the Clan Bear, the Fox is forced into the army of King Cadwallon Llawhir, known as 'Longhand', to fight for the Men of Gwynedd. Longhand needs Bedwyr’s knowledge to help destroy Arthur’s rise to Imperator, for only Bedwyr knows how Arthur fights and wins. And in the army of Longhand, Bedwyr is forced to fight; is abused and imprisoned until the coming of the Bear to free him.
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The Silurian, Book Five: Longhand, White-tooth and The Fox

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Overview

Taken from the Clan Bear, the Fox is forced into the army of King Cadwallon Llawhir, known as 'Longhand', to fight for the Men of Gwynedd. Longhand needs Bedwyr’s knowledge to help destroy Arthur’s rise to Imperator, for only Bedwyr knows how Arthur fights and wins. And in the army of Longhand, Bedwyr is forced to fight; is abused and imprisoned until the coming of the Bear to free him.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000826720
  • Publisher: L.A. Wilson
  • Publication date: 2/25/2010
  • Series: Silurian , #3
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 532,493
  • File size: 487 KB

Meet the Author

L.A. Wilson is an unconventional independent writer and published author, whose ten book series called 'The Silurian' will challenge everything you have ever read before about King Arthur and his knights.L.A. is dedicated to bringing to the reader a whole new world of authoring original works. The Silurian series, standing at well over a million words, and still counting, has opened the door to new interpretations within the Arthurian genre, that is, a writer of imagination, able to create characters who stand alone within genre fiction writing.Having studied the craft of writing in action, actually committing to 'on the job learning', L.A. has been crafting The Silurian books now for ten years, with an apprenticeship in creative writing extending long before that: from midnight-dark vampires, to a golden lost boy of a speculative world, to a mysterious place within the Universe and its Master creator, to early and extensively studied writing arts, L.A. Wilson produces unique books coming from a unique point of view: that of the iconoclast, ever seeking to break the mold of mass produced and formulaic novel construction.Note about the new book numbering:All of The Silurian books have now been compacted into 7 books, with book 8 - Last Man to Avalon - still a work in progress.The books series is still the same, and all the books are still in sequence: the old book 2, "King of Battles" is now Part Two of Book 1.The old book 4, "Hunters and Killers", is now Part Two of "Arthur's Army"And old book 7, "The Blacksmith's Hammer" is now the opening to "Facing the Bear."No books have been cut or lost or removed from the The Silurian series.
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    Posted November 4, 2013

    Omg

    That was Sooooo good i loved it. Write more

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2013

    To story

    Good write more

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2013

    Great series

    I'm not one to start reading a series, but The Silurian came highly recommended to me by a friend. I started reading book one and could not wait to start book two. I'm now on book nine and have enjoyed every one so far. I will be sad to have it end, but still anxious to see how it does end. You grow attached to the characters and are shocked by some of the goings on related to the battles, injuries that occurred, how they heal (or die), relationships, etc. Very good story with interesting characters who lived during that period in history.

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  • Posted January 1, 2012

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    Absolutely amazing!

    This series just keeps getting better and better. The Fox and the Bear are a pair of characters anyone can become while they read. They take you to a place you wish that you could be.

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