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Of Quests and Kings by Robert Adams

Of Quests and Kings

by Robert Adams

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In the prior book The Seven Magical Jewels of Ireland, Lord Commander of the Royal Horse (and unwitting time-traveller to an alternate past) Bass Foster was commanded by King Arthur III to join the High King of Ireland and help him unite the warring kingdoms of his country. Almost More...halfway thru this third installment, he makes it to Ireland and finally meets the High King Brian. Shortly after, it's once more into the breach for Foster and his allies as Robert Adams does what he's done best in the Castaways in Time series: detailing in abundance passages of medieval military campaigns. Somewhere in there, Bass also rescues a princess and gives an undiplomatic dressing down to a monarch. Meanwhile, very slight mention is made of the disappeared group of projected people from the second book. And, somewhere in the background, the manipulators of the time machine are still, well, manipulating.
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