The Black Chalice

The Black Chalice

by Steven Savile

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ISBN-13: 9781849972598
Publisher: Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 09/16/2011
Series: Malory's Knights of Albion , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 423 KB

About the Author

Steven Savile has written novels and short story collections such as The Hollow Earth, Temple: Incarnations, Laughing Boy's Shadow, Houdini's Last Illusion, Angel Road, and the graphic novel Fragrance of You (with artist Robert Sammelin). He was a runner up in the 2000 British Fantasy Awards, a winner of a 2002 Writers of the Future Award, and was nominated for the inaugural 2006 Scribe Award for best novel adaptation for his novel Slaine: The Exile. His novel Primeval: Shadow of the Jaguar was nominated for the 2008 Scribe Award for Best Young Adult Novel.

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The Black Chalice 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DazThreeNine More than 1 year ago
When the Ultimate Grimoire of Evil turns up; bad things have a tendency of happening. Alymere, knight-aspirant and newly come to Camelot, finds his world turned upside down when the Uncle he believes he hates takes him in at their King's request. As the story continues we discover more of Alymere's heritage and that things aren't as black and white as they first seem - even if the eventual truth is horrifying and numbing to one of so noble of belief. A chance encounter (mayhap no chance involved) plunges Alymere on a quest of passion and self-destruction that leads him to follow the voices in his head and risk everything for his Heart, ultimately pitting him and the Evil in the book against the power of the throne and the Knights to whom he swore his oaths. There's action, mystery, beautifully rendered scenes of emotional turmoil and above it all, the certainty that the story has no happy ending, but perhaps resolution and balance can be found.