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King Arthur is dead Surrounded by traitors and upstarts, Guinevere must defend the empire she struggled so desperately to help forge But she is driven to the depths of servitude to a bold Saxon thane who is unaware of her true identity, and about to discoverof humanity than she ever imagined A great ending to a great series The story finishes with the ending of Firelord and Gwenevere is the primary character Parke continues to impress with every read and it s so unfair and unfortunate that he isn t with us any because he was something special These books will always stick with me due to the sensational writing and character development Every single character in this book has there good and bad qualities but you fall in love with them in some way I m sad this series is over A great ending to a great series The story finishes with the ending of Firelord and Gwenevere is the primary character Parke continues to impress with every read and it s so unfair and unfortunate that he isn t with us any because he was something special These books will always stick with me due to the sensational writing and character development Every single character in this book has there good and bad qualities but you fall in love with them in some way I m sad this series is over for me but I m going to save the prequel for the future I recommend this book and series to everyone who loves historical fiction and fantasy novels Parke will never ever disappoint The sequel to Firelord Guinevere tells her story after the Fall of Camelot This woman is a queen, whose family line goes back centuries Now nominally a Christian, the women of her family were once priestesses of Epona, with all the sexual priveleges that entailed Daughter of a formidable king, it was she who taught young Arthur how to rule a kingdom.Her story begins with the political challenges arising with the Arthur s death, and continues with betrayal, flight, and then capture and ensl The sequel to Firelord Guinevere tells her story after the Fall of Camelot This woman is a queen, whose family line goes back centuries Now nominally a Christian, the women of her family were once priestesses of Epona, with all the sexual priveleges that entailed Daughter of a formidable king, it was she who taught young Arthur how to rule a kingdom.Her story begins with the political challenges arising with the Arthur s death, and continues with betrayal, flight, and then capture and enslavement by the very Saxons Arthur fought so hard against No matter what her circumstances, Guinevere is a formidable woman She has serious flaws, but over time she grows in wisdom and compassion, and finally returns to the land where she once ruled to take a final hand in the future of Britian My impression of the setup of Guinevere s plight was that it was ridiculous, so I really couldn t appreciate the story as much after that. While I loved the first Firelord novel and was riveted with the portrayal of a hardened and manipulative Guenevere, I found this volume harder to get through Parke Godwin s prose is supple, rich and real throughout It is never forced, and flows through landscapes and conversations effortlessly He also refreshingly stays away from the new age agenda of Marion Zimmer Bradley and the Evangelical agenda of Stephen Lawhead, but ultimately falls short in that I failed to find interest in a Guenever While I loved the first Firelord novel and was riveted with the portrayal of a hardened and manipulative Guenevere, I found this volume harder to get through Parke Godwin s prose is supple, rich and real throughout It is never forced, and flows through landscapes and conversations effortlessly He also refreshingly stays away from the new age agenda of Marion Zimmer Bradley and the Evangelical agenda of Stephen Lawhead, but ultimately falls short in that I failed to find interest in a Guenevere without Arthur, not because she cannot fare on her own, rather because Godwin delivers a story line I cannot get into The queen is captured by the Saxons, and she is owned, humiliated, and even loved by her enemy Sounds promising Well, in a way the short form of the story does sound promising, but sprawled into novel in a cramped paperback with very little breaks for the eye had me skimming upon occasion Matters weren t helped much further in that my paperback was falling apart in my hands But let me get back to the story Many characters who are typically dead in the classic versions after the passing of Arthur are still alive Gareth and Eleyne, to mention but two This takes some getting warmed up to, but while I m doing that I am completely thrown by how Guenevere is given a new love interest, Gunnar, and there is one scene in there that is beyond erotic, something that was only hinted at in her relationship with Arthur and barely explored with Lancelot I m still not sure what to make of a Guenevere servicing a Saxon as his slave except that the execution left me somewhat cold I was no longer interested in the manipulative spitfire that was the Guenevere of the first Firelord novel.In the end, I can only recommend this novel to those who are trying to spend their lifetime reading everything Arthurian Personally, after this one, the third Firelord novel just as well may sit on my shelf a long time before I get to it, if ever