Homeless and weary, young Arthur must prove himself worthy of serving a king less noble then himself. Of all his peers, only Arthur is courageous enough to hunt the beast that ravaged a village.
As the young Arthur achieves manhood, he must choose whether to be satisfied with local respect and celebrity, or to face the hardships of the road in search of a greater destiny.
The author captured my interest from the beginning and held it until the final page. I hope the author someday expands this story, exploring other incidents in the legendary king’s life. However, this work stands on its own as a complete, yet compact, tale. It does not imitate those eBooks, which like appetizers, tease, rather than satisfy.