"Headlee's writings about King Arthur should be required reading for high school and college students." ~ Kathleen Foley, author of the Faith in Uniform series
Only the gods may judge a man's intent.
A pampered prince no longer, Angusel learns harsh lessons in duty, loyalty, self-discipline, and what it means to be a soldier in the legion commanded by Arthur the Pendragon. Angusel's increasing strength and skills mark him as a breed apart, and his choices begin to win him the respect and even friendship of men he once considered adversaries.
As foreign and domestic enemies set their plans into motion against everyone Angusel holds dear, he will need all his allies—and they will need him—to stand a chance of prevailing in the battles to come.