Arthur Dux Bellorum (A Light in the Dark Ages, #4)

Arthur Dux Bellorum (A Light in the Dark Ages, #4)

by Tim N. Walker

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BN ID: 2940156461356
Publisher: Tim Walker
Publication date: 02/23/2019
Series: A Light in the Dark Ages
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 620 KB

About the Author

Tim Walker is an independent author based in Windsor, UK. Tim’s background is in marketing, journalism, editing and publications management. In addition to living and working in the UK, he also lived in Zambia for a short while where he set up and ran his own publishing and marketing company between 1999-2009. He began writing an historical fiction series, A Light in the Dark Ages, in 2015, starting with Abandoned (revised in 2018), a novel set after the Roman evacuation of Britannia. This was followed by Ambrosius: Last of the Romans (2017) and Uther’s Destiny (2018).

His creative writing journey began in July 2015 with the publication of a book of short stories, Thames Valley Tales. In 2016 he published his first novel, a futuristic/dystopian thriller, Devil Gate Dawn. Both titles were re-launched with revised content and new covers in December 2016.

In January 2017 his first children’s book, The Adventures of Charly Holmes, co-written with his 12-year-old daughter, Cathy, was published. In 2018 a second Charly Holmes adventure, Charly & The Superheroes, was published. In September 2017 he published a second collection of short stories – Postcards from London.

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GraceJReviewerlady 15 days ago
For anyone who watched the 'Merlin' tv series in recent years, the characters in this novel will seem familiar .. King Uther, his son Arthur, Morgana and Merlyn. Make no mistake though, this is a highly original novel. When Uther dies, Morgana steps in and places her son on the throne and Arthur - whom Merlyn considers the true heir - is thrown into prison. It is now down to others to help him escape, and no-one could foresee the battles ahead. Tim Walker once again produces a difficult to put down book. Combining a mix of history and storytelling, he delivers a rip-roaring read! His take on the Arthur fables offers a believable version of events at the time. He combines the history we know with his own tales, giving us action aplenty as Arthur's army fights the good fight and we are kept in suspense as to the eventual outcome. Frankly, I eagerly await the next instalment to see where Tim goes next with this superb saga! My thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of his novel. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.