Friday, October 2, 2009

Giveaway Winners of Lucan by Susan Kearney

A random draw has been made and here are the five winners of a copy of Lucan by Susan Kearney. All entrants were asked to comment about a favourite Arthurian or Camelot based book, story or movie.
  • Lynz Pickles who said... I, too, love The Mists of Avalon. I also really like Jack Whyte's series - they're very action-focused, and since I read mainly romance, that can be a refreshing change.
  • booklover0226 who said... I love Lucan's book trailer... I like Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory
  • throuthehaze who said... I like Stephan Lawhead's Pendragon series
  • Nicole who said... I'd have to go with my childhood favourite, The Sword in the Stone. I still remember the many swordfights we "reinacted" in the backyard after watching the movie.
  • Lisa N. who said... I enjoyed the series Merlin this past summer. It was an interesting take on Arthur and Merlin coming of age.
Many thank to Anna and the terrific folks at Hachette Books.

For those interested here are the other recommendations for Arthurian and Camelot themed books and movies.

  • Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • Pendragon Legacy by Susan Kearney
  • The Once and Future King by T.H. White
  • The Sword in the Stone, by T. H. White
  • Bernard Cornwell's Arthur trilogy
  • Mary Stewart's Arthurian saga (the series begins with "The Crystal Cave")
  • Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory
  • "The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (poem)
  • Camelot trilogy by Arthur H. Landis
  • Mageverse series by Angela Knight
  • Kinley Macgregor's, Sword of Darkness
  • Arthur by Steve Lawhead
  • Merlin series by Mary Stewart
  • Morgan le Fay by Nancy Springer

  • Excalibur
  • Sword of Lancelot
  • Merlin
  • Merlin's Apprentice
  • King Arthur with Clive Owen
  • Sword and the Stone
  • First Knight with Richard Gere


  1. I just finished reading Lucan yesterday. You winners are in for a treat!

  2. Thanks for the congrats, Folks. I look forward in reading.

    And thank you, Scifiguy!

  3. Thank you! Can't wait to read the book.


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