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Warriors of Camlann by N. M. Browne


Warriors of Camlann by N. M. Browne

When the thick fog of the Veil descends again, Dan and Ursula expect to return to present-day Britain. Instead, the treacherous mist transports them to an ancient world very like the one they have just escaped. But the battle they fought in only hours before is distant history to those around them and their deeds on the battlefield are legend. Dan and Ursula have travelled forwards through time, but how far? What has happened to their old allies and enemies? To find a way back, they have to piece the clues together and use all their skills of survival - as it seems they were not the only ones to step through the mist. Subtly and cleverly woven around Arthurian legend, Warriors is action-packed and completely compelling.


Praise for 'Warriors of Ethandun':

'One of the very best magical adventures of the past 30 years ... [Browne] is a part of the grand Celtic storytelling tradition in British children's literature that began with Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill, continued with T.H. White's The Sword in the Stone and blossomed in Tolkien and Alan Garner
The Times

About the Author

N.M. Browne went to New College, Oxford to read Philosophy and Theology and then to King's College, Cambridge, to train as a teacher. After attaining an MBA she worked for an oil company as an all-purpose executive and then remembered what it was she'd always wanted to do - write. She is now a powerful voice in children's fiction, 'blending history, myth, archaeology and psychology like no writer since Rosemary Sutcliff'. She lives in London with her family.

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Publication date

1st April 2009


N. M. Browne

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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC


400 pages


Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage)



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