The Doom of Camelot
Green Knight Publishing
Green Knight Publishing's first original release is a collection of stories exploring the downfall of Arthur's realm. What brought about the end of the dream? The answers offered by these tales range from a madman's obsession with justice, to an innocent jest gone horribly wrong, to the pervasive, yet subtle flaws in the idea of Camelot itself. From Dark Ages squalor to fantastic splendor, The Doom of Camelot presents a wide range of tones and styles, with stories from such notable authors as Phyllis Ann Karr, Cherith Baldry, Catherine Wells, Elaine Cunningham, Ed Greenwood, Mike Ashley, and others.
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