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Fall of Camelot (Enchanted World)
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Fall of Camelot (Enchanted World) (original 1986; edition 1986)

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Title:Fall of Camelot (Enchanted World)
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Info:Time-Life Books (1986), Hardcover
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Fall of Camelot (Enchanted World) by Time-Life Books (1986)

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The Fall of Camelot. London: Time Life, 2003. Print.

This is the last chapter of the Camelot legends, in a series by Time Life. "The Fall of Camelot" focuses on the final conflict between Arthur and his son, Mordred. The stories are very descriptive and illustrated in different yet equally intricate styles. This is a truly stunning book and it would be suitable for readers of about 11 and above. ( )
  SunshyneBuckarma | Jul 25, 2010 |
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Three ships set sail once from the stormy coast of Wales, three low, square-sailed ships running before an easterly wind.
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No knight was ever born of woman and no knight ever sat in a saddle who was the equal of this man. So the chroniclers wrote of lancelot du Lac, the flower of chivalry.
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Recounts the tales of King Arthur, from his early years with Merlin, through the rise of Camelot with its great knights, to the destruction of the kingdom.

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