"King Arthur has dominated my life for decades and now I am banished from his side. I am not certain either of us can survive this torment..."
Lancelot, the greatest Knight of Camelot is almost flogged to death, exiled, and stripped of the King's grace. Separated from the man he loves and the kingdom he calls home, he travels from England to Europe to begin a lonely, desperate life when he meets someone who will alter his perspective forever. Suddenly, he is trapped into a fate which forces his return to England. He must fight to regain his honour and his King's life. From a world beyond ours but bound to us throughout time, the Fey hunt Arthur. They want him dead and only Lancelot can save him. Together they travel from Camelot, to Avalon and into Albion on a quest to save Arthur's soul. They must also retrieve Merlin and redeem a love which both men find hard to bear.
Lancelot and the Wolf is an adventure story of the old school, all sword and sorcery. It is also the tale of two men who have loved each other beyond all reason. This book will open your eyes to the real meaning of knightly chivalry, sacrifice and love. Lancelot is the bravest of men but can he understand what it means to love Arthur with more than just words...
This is beautiful romance story which shows a new side to the love between Lancelot du Lac and Arthur Pendragon.
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A brooding and brilliant beginning to sexy saga.
Absolutely - the book was recommended to me by a friend, and I really enjoyed the audiobook a great deal. Luddington creates an incredible, complex, confused anti-hero with her Lancelot. If you're a fan of Game of Thrones this really captures that kind of first person epic feel with an incredible forbidden relationship blazing between Lancelot and his King. Luddington takes the Arthurian characters and, with great love and respect, takes the reader in a sensual and exciting new direction. The narration is excellent - brooding, clever, with a passion theatricality that suits the the world of Camelot.
I think when Arthur and Lancelot are alone for the first time was really a great scene... The anger, loss, heat and betrayal running between them was powerful.
I really liked one of the key scenes with Else where there is a 'reveal' early on. Else is an amazing character, strong, witty and I think the introduction of that element in to the story really allowed the author to give us really interesting insight into Lancelot's personality.
Well - it would be perfectly appropriate to steal a line from the musical Camelot, actually - "Camelot: Where the tables are round and the relationships are triangular".
This is the first book in a substantial series - i'm looking forward to the next installments and hope they are released on audio as well.
A sexy, smart tale fit for a King.