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Dark clouds overshadowed the silvered sky. A lone warrior knelt at the edge of a lake. It was Arthur. The battle was over long ago, and the dead and dying lay strewn on the blood-soaked ground. Only the occasional harsh cawing of ravens wheeling and circling over the battlefield, and the faint groans of the wounded broke the heavy silence. The lake was dark and stagnant. The leafless trees fringing the water reflected upside down on the still surface, their bare branches clawing at the sky like gnarled old fingers. Adam had seen Arthur in his first dream, riding proudly to engage the enemy, but things were now so different. The fierce warrior was weary, smeared with the blood and filth of combat. His hair was matted, darkened with sweat, and plastered on his forehead. His dragon-crested helmet lay forgotten nearby, the brilliant red plumes tangled and dirty. His muddy cloak was slashed in places. The dragon banner lay fallen at Arthur's side, torn and stained. Then Arthur reached for something lying on the grass in front of him. Adam had seen the magnificent sword before. Now dirt dulled its brilliance and the blade was snapped in two. Adam felt his heart turn over. Excalibur was broken. No, it couldn't be true. How was this possible? The sword in the Ashmolean museum wasn't broken. What did it mean? The figure lifted his head and repeated the words Adam had heard in the first dream. Arthur's voice was a hoarse whisper, the words slurring from his lips. "Restore the Stone of Caledfwlch lest the land descend into ravening darkness." "But how?" Adam asked. His chest tightened with panic. "I'll do anything, just please tell me how?" He felt so helpless. The man turned his face away; his head drooped with exhaustion. Adam took a step forward ... and woke up. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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Having escaped the clutches of the evil Dr. Khalid in Egypt and rescued the First Stone of Power, Justin and Adam are keen to embark upon the next adventure. This quest takes them to Britain, and unravels the mystery behind King Arthur--half myth, half legend--and his fantastical sword Excalibur. What gave Excalibur its incredible powers, so great that even historians have recorded its singular abilities? Could it be that a Stone of Power is embedded in the hilt? Right from the start, this adventure is not like the first. For one, Aunt Isabel has sent a girl along with the cousins. How annoying. Will she get in the way? Their travels take them from Oxford, England, to Scotland, where the location of the quest is in an old castle, a ruined chapel, and with a few ghosts thrown in as well. And who are the enigmatic and scary Eaters of Poison, driven by an ancient purpose? What is their connection to the castle's past and James' ancestor, Bedwyr the Curious Monk, whose research into history started all the trouble? This time the cousins, and their companion Kim, might be outnumbered, since Dr. Khalid more than likely survived falling into the abyss in their previous adventure. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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