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Gr 9 Up—Merlin must battle against unthinkable foes as he prepares teen Arthur to take on the role of High King. When the young warrior disappears and Mórgana unleashes a horde of werewolves, Britain's fate hangs in the balance in this last title of the fantasy series.
"I was completely spellbound--I couldn't stop reading ... It was everything a book should be: gripping, epic, and just a lot of fun."
- Writer & blogger Deborah O'Carroll
"A perfect blend of suspense and drama and a little romance thrown in ... My 12 year old daughter has read this whole series a good three times."
- Amazon Vine Reviewer N. Porter
"Treskillard's prose is beautifully woven with detail, inspiration, and heart, creating a spectacular tapestry of images ... packed with action from the first page to the last ... Extraordinary!"
- Book blogger Laurin Boyle
Merlin’s nightmare is the third book of the trilogy, “Merlin’s Spiral”. It is very well written, good description and pacing, the chapters end in such a way that makes you turn the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Duckett
Book 3 in a trilogy. The debut author recreates the Arthurian legend from a Christian perspective where Merlin is not a druid but is a Christian. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. B. MULLIGAN
It's not perfect, but a very interesting retelling of King Arthur and Merlin's story. It does a great job of keeping things fresh while still weaving in some of the things we... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael
I walked into the middle of a retelling of the legend of King Arthur, and I almost couldn’t put the book down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Glynn Young
It's a good fantasy series. Why?
1. The characters develop well--the good guys are good underneath but not perfect. The bad guys are clearly the bad guys.
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First I want to say that this was really well written. Good description but not too much, I could see the whole story. Intense, lots of action, never a dull moment. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Celesta
Even though I had not read the first two books of the series, this was a wonderful book to read. The period of time of King Arthur and Merlin has always been somewhat magical. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Judah Levi
I like how this author makes a book flow. There is real character development. The pace to this book is also very good. I particularly like how I felt into the story. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Redz