• Posts Tagged ‘Pendragon’

    Dark Age – Now On Sale

    by  • October 10, 2018 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Dark Age, the new book from my pseudonym, James Wilde, is in shops now.  This is the sequel to Pendragon, which gained a lot of attention and a major award nomination.  Roman Britain, myth-making, legends, swords, conspiracies and battle. “Not since Bernard Cornwell took on the Arthur myth has a writer provided such a...

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    Pendragon Award Nomination

    by  • June 27, 2018 • Book News, Writing • 0 Comments

    Been away from here for a few weeks, doing what I’m supposed to be doing – putting food on the table via scribbling away. (“Always scribble, scribble, scribble! Eh, Mr Gibbon?” ~ Prince William Henry, Duke Of Gloucester to Edward Gibbon on receiving a copy of The History of the Decline and Fall of...

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    New Cover – Dark Age

    by  • November 15, 2017 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Been radio silence here for a while as I’ve been knee-deep in the new book.  In case you don’t check the site of the ‘other me’, James Wilde, here’s a look at the cover for Dark Age, the sequel to Pendragon, which will be out in June. More on the story to come.  But...

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    Pendragon Reviews

    by  • July 28, 2017 • reviews • 0 Comments

    Pendragon has been receiving some great reviews. That’s always hugely gratifying when you’ve laboured over a novel for a year, but it’s particularly nice when people ‘get’ what you’re trying to do. Here’s a couple: Deadly culture clashes and earthy mysticism (complete with witchcraft and visions fueled by magic mushrooms) combine in this exciting...

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    Pendragon – Published Today

    by  • July 13, 2017 • Book News • 0 Comments

    ‘Before King Arthur. Before Camelot. Before Excalibur. Every Legend Has A Beginning.’ Out today! The last days of Roman Britain. The seeds that will grow into the legend of King Arthur one hundred years later. An epic tale reaching from Hadrian’s Wall and Stonehenge to Gaul and Rome at the heart of the empire....

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    Pendragon – The Times Review

    by  • July 8, 2017 • Book News, reviews • 0 Comments

    Great review of Pendragon in The Times today: Pendragon has all the hallmarks of a traditional historical adventure story – there are battles, swords, and he bantering of violent men, all done with style. However, there is also intellectual heft to the story, with its themes of myth-making and the nature of power. You can...

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