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Pendragon Cycle, The:5. Grail
Stephen Lawhead
ISBN: 9780745938837 (0745938833)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Mai 2004
Cyhoeddwr: Lion Publishing, Efrog Newydd
Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 177 x 110 mm, 384 tudalen Iaith: Saesneg Archebir yn ôl y galw Ein Pris: £6.99   
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Y pumed nofel mewn epig bum-rhan a osodwyd ym Mhrydain Rufeinig, lle'r aiff marchogion Arthur i chwilio am y Greal Sanctaidd a ddiflannodd trwy brad. Cyhoeddwyd gyntaf Ebrill 1999.

The fifth novel of a five-part epic set against the backdrop of Roman Britain, in which Arthur's knights undertake a quest for the Holy Grail which disappears through betrayal. First published April 1999.
In Lawhead's latest novel of the Pendragon cycle, we find ourselves amidst much sorcery and disillusionment as Arthur's most dedicated followers set about establishing a magnificent shrine to house the Holy Grail, as a symbol of the Summer Realm he is introducing into Britain.

Arthur's belief, endorsed by his mentor Myrddin (Merlin), is that his recent and most dreadful injuries were healed most miraculously by the Grail: ‘The bowl, as you have it, is called the Grail - know you that it is none other than the welcome cup used by Our Lord Jesus Christ himself at his last meal when he sat and supped with his friends. On the same night he was betrayed, and the next day was scourged and crucified.’

The Grail has, until this time, been guarded by Lord Avallach; however Arthur wishes the British people to benefit from its powers. His special force, the Dragon Flight, will be entrusted with its future guardianship. It is not that simple, for within this small circle there is unexpected betrayal. Morgaws, the beautiful adventuress, has much to account for in this fast-moving chronicle by Gwalchavad (Galahad), himself a member of the Dragon Flight, the well-documented character whom Lawhead has chosen as his narrator.

Norma Penfold

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