By Laura Anne Gilman
at the eve of the search for the Holy Grail, each grownup in King Arthur's fort falls into an enchanted sleep. the way forward for Camelot rests at the shoulders of fourteen-year-old squire Gerard, who has dreamed of turning into a Knight of the around desk his entire existence. With the aid of Newt, the solid boy, and Ailis, a tender maidservant, he needs to face bad risks, together with a big bridge troll, a smart and scheming dragon -- and eventually, a dismal, strong strength that would cease at not anything to ruin King Arthur, the knights, and the full realm of Camelot.
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