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The Hollow Hills

Book Two of the Arthurian Saga

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Paperback published by Harper Voyager

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Keeping watch over the young Arthur Pendragon, the prince and prophet Merlin Ambrosius is haunted by dreams of the magical sword Caliburn, which has been hidden for centuries. When Uther Pendragon is killed in battle, the time of destiny is at hand, and Arthur must claim the fabled sword to become the true High King of Britain.

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Keeping watch over the young Arthur Pendragon, the prince and prophet Merlin Ambrosius is haunted by dreams of the magical sword Caliburn, which has been hidden for centuries. When Uther Pendragon is killed in battle, the time of destiny is at hand, and Arthur must claim the fabled sword to become the true High King of Britain.

Product Details
Paperback (496 pages)
Published: May 6, 2003
Imprint: Harper Voyager
ISBN: 9780060548261
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  • There was a lark singing somewhere high above.

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  • Irgendwo hoch oben sang eine Lerche.

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  • To remember love after long sleep; to turn again to poetry after a year in the market place, or to youth after resignation to drowsy and stiffening age; to remember what once you though...

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  • All it held now was the hilt of the carved sword standing in the stone like a cross, and the letters still deep and distinct above it: TO HIM UNCONQUERED.

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  • Einzig der Griff der Waffe, einem Kreuz sehr ähnlich, war noch geblieben und darüber, deutlich lesbar, die Worte: Für ihn, den Unbesiegbaren.

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