WARRIOR'S MOON by Paul Capon

WARRIOR'S MOON

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When Sarm is overrun by foreign conquerors and a treacherous cousin assumes the little of Pendragon, young Artor, on whom the dying Pendragon had bestowed his little, flees with his sister. How he succeeds in gaining allies from neighboring tribes and among the peasants to emerge victorious at the next Warrior's Moon is a frictional attempt to probe for a plausible explanation of the Arthurian legends of British history. What may have led to the construction of the famous stone circle at Stonehenge is suggested in the story by Mr. Capon, who has many other books to his credit and was at one time supervising editor for Walt Disney productions in England. Action and speculation.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1964
Publisher: Putnam