New Novel Solves Problem of King Arthur’s Return in Original Way

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CHILDREN OF ARTHUR

King Arthur, known as “The Once and Future King,” has long been prophesied as destined to return in the hour of Britain’s greatest need—in fact, people thought he might return during the Battle of Britain in World War II. But currently, his return remains something we dream of and hope for in the future. What that return will be like and how to depict it in fiction is a true challenge that only a few novelists have attempted, such as Stephen Lawhead in Avalon and Susan Cooper in her The Dark Is Rising series. However, in my opinion, no novelist has succeeded in creating a plausible and enjoyable return for King Arthur.

Is there a Prince Arthur in England's future - and will he bring about King Arthur's return? Read "A King in Time" to find out. Is there a Prince Arthur in England’s future – and will he bring about King Arthur’s return? Read “A King in Time” to find out.

The problem is if Arthur returns in a novel, then we in the…

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About Mary Enck

Biography A Native of Colorado, Mary Enck attended UCLA and holds an MFA in Creative Writing. Fantasy and Science Fiction with an occasional Mystery are the genres she enjoys the most. Mary lives in Colorado Springs with her family, a Labradane named Gilley, and two under the bed cats.

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