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Last Enchantment (#3 Merlin)
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Mary Stewart
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Last Enchantment (#3 Merlin)

Mary Stewart


9781444737523

Hodder & Stoughton


Fantasy;
Myth & legend told as fiction;
Historical fiction


Paperback

512 pages

$19.99
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With the great sword Caliburn in his hand and Merlin the enchanter at his side, Arthur comes out of hiding to claim the crown he was born to wear. Merlin, Arthur's protector, sees the glories and horrors that await the new king . . . and to save him Merlin musters all his power to weave one last enchantment. He is showing signs of age and he gradually realises he is losing his powers of prophecy and clairvoyance to a younger generation. But he is able to accept this because he knows that they will be at the service of his beloved monarch whose fabled victories, marriage and the building of Camelot shine through these pages.

By:   Mary Stewart
Imprint:   Hodder & Stoughton
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm,  Spine: 33mm
Weight:   426g
ISBN:   9781444737523
ISBN 10:   144473752X
Series:   Merlin
Pages:   512
Publication Date:   March 2012
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mary Stewart is one of our most successful novelists. Her first novel, MADAM WILL YOU TALK, was published in 1955. It was an immediate success and marked the beginning of a long and acclaimed writing career. All her novels have been bestsellers on both sides of the Atlantic. She was made a Doctor of Literature by Durham University in 2009.


An absorbing and haunting novel - Daily Mail A fascinating novel, a richly woven tapestry presented with a vividness that brings the characters from myth to real life - Evening Standard Mary Stewart, enchantress . . . an ability to evoke a situation, a mood or a season with a few phrases of prose that are almost verse - Daily Telegraph A perfect trip out of the present. - New York Times Book Review

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