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Taliesin / The Pendragon Cycle: Ciclo Pendragon / The Pendragon Cycle: 1 by Steve Lawhead at РISBN РISBN TALIESIN (CICLO PENDRAGON 01) FANTASIA EPICA by Stephen R. Lawhead, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Editions for Taliesin: X (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition), Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle #1) . Taliesin (Ciclo Pendragón, #1).

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Editions of Taliesin by Stephen R. Lawhead

Narrated by Pelleas first thirdBedwyr second third cicko, and Aneirin last third. Many historical personas some already pendrabon in the Arthurian legend exist in the Cycle, alongside less “factual” characters: The Cycle was originally ” The Pendragon Trilogy “, but after Arthur’ s rather abrupt ending, and the existence of many unexplored stories and plotlines, Lawhead decided to expand on his trilogy by writing additional books.

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Tells of an invasion of Ireland and Britain by the Taliesi army of Twrch Trwyththe Black Boar, and a subsequent plague that sweeps across Britain, threatening Arthur’s Kingdom of Summer while it is still newborn.

The series is a work of fiction that takes place in the 5th and 6th centuries and attempts to present the Arthurian legends in a historical setting while presenting the story with a reality the reader can connect with. The two eventually meet, marry, and Myrddin Merlin is born, just cicko before a tragedy brought about by Charis’ jealous half-sister, Morgian.


When treachery follows, Arthur’s warriors brave the Wasteland of Lyonesse to retrieve the sacred relic.

The Pendragon Cycle – Wikipedia

The Pendragon Cycle is a series of historical fantasy books based on the Arthurian legendwritten by Stephen R. A listing of the locations and place names used in the series, and their modern equivalents see also List of Roman place names in Britain:.

Merlin and Pendragon are narrated by Myrddin Merlin. He experiences a doomed romance with Princess Ganieda and long years of madness as a wild man of the woods before finding his destiny.

Tells simultaneously the story of the fall of Atlantis, the subsequent travel of Ciclk Charis and her family to Ynys Prydein Britainand the discovery and training of Taliesin as a druid-bard.

Lawhead bases his stories on the Mabinogionthe History of the Kings of Britain and other works of Geoffrey of Monmouththe writings of TaliesinGildasand Nenniusand several other legends that he manages to interweave into the Arthurian legend. Tells of Arthur and Myrddin’s attempt to create the paradisaical “Kingdom of Summer”.

Narrated by Gwalchavad majority and Morgian short narration at each chapter’s beginning. This page was last edited on 5 Augustat Tells of Arthur building a shrine to house the Holy Grail and how the beautiful and mysterious Morgaws joins his court. Grail is mostly narrated by Gwalchavad Galahadwith a short narration by Morgian Morgan le Fay at the beginning of most chapters. Arthur is made Duke and Battlechief of Britain after drawing the sword of Maximus from a stone, but must fight back the Saecsens and barbarian invaders and unite the peoples of Britain before he can be accepted as High King.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Therefore, any historical inconsistencies in his work should be taken in this context.

The Pendragon Cycle

The books, with the exception of Taliesin and Avalonare narrated in the first-person, and, except for PendragonGrailand Avalonare each split into three sections Pendragon has four, Grail one, and Avalon five. It should be remembered that although Lawhead retains an authentic and well researched grasp of the Pendrwgon legend, he was not concerned with writing a work of pure history.

Views Read Edit View history. Avalon is not considered to be a true member of the Cycle, but rather a ‘related semi-sequel’ to it. Retrieved from ” https: Tells of Myrddin’s peendragon upbringing among the druids and Christian priests, his capture and mystical training among the Hill Folk, and his brief time as a king of Dyfed.