The Round Table is on the brink of civil war. Meanwhile, the Hannibal and their enormous Juggernaut continue their march across space. Nothing can stop them. It’s up to Lancelot to do what no one else can: defeat the approaching enemy once and for all. But to do so she will have to unite a band of the galaxy’s most feared warriors, all of whom want to kill each other.
In the final installment of the Space Lore saga, every answer will be given, including the origins or the Word, the Excalibur vessels, Avalon, and much more.
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"Dietzel proves a master at swashbuckling space opera." Kirkus
"Great characters, great action, great plot...get this book!" Sam Joseph, moderator of the largest Star Wars fan group on Facebook
"An amazing sci-fi journey into fun. A must read for galactic war sci-fi readers." The Full-Time Book Reviewer
"Stirring sci-fi action that should appeal to fans who applaud the introduction "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away."" Kirkus Reviews
"An absolutely wonderful Sci-Fi adventure." The Quilting Tangent
"Nothing in this tale was disappointing, from the great world building, to the vivid battle scenes, to the depth and heart of the central characters." Amazon Top 100 Reviewer
Other Books In The Space Lore Series:
The Green Knight - Space Lore I
The Excalibur - Space Lore II
The Round Table - Space Lore III
Lancelot - Space Lore IV
The Sword in the Stone - Space Lore V
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About the Author
Chris graduated from Western Maryland College (McDaniel College). He currently lives in Florida. His dream is to write the same kind of stories that have inspired him over the years.
His short stories have been published in Temenos, Foliate Oak, and Down in the Dirt. His novels have been featured on the Science Fiction Spotlight, been required reading at the university level, and have been turned into award-winning audiobooks produced by Podium Publishing.
Outside of writing, Dietzel is a huge fan of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and mixed martial arts (MMA). He trained in BJJ for ten years, earning the rank of brown belt, and went 2-0 in amateur MMA fights before an injury ended his participation in contact sports.