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Clothar the Frank

Jack Whyte

Clothar the Frank

by Jack Whyte

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Published by Viking Canada in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJack Whyte.
The Physical Object
Pagination602 p. ;
Number of Pages602
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22570868M
ISBN 100670887838
OCLC/WorldCa53161925

In Clothar the Frank, the first novel of a two-book miniseries called The Golden Eagle, Jack Whyte invites us to explore his cast of fascinating characters during the reign and tragic downfall of the Riothamus Arthur, High King of All Gaul, now the land of the Franks, comes young Clothar, the son of one king and the nephew of another. He has just survived a fierce civil war in. The series was originally going to conclude with the book Metamorphosis: The Sorcerer, Book 2. It was followed up with a standalone novel entitled Uther that is set at the same time as The Eagles’ Brood. Due to popular demand from the series, he revived the series in .

The Diary of a Young Girl. Home» Fiction» Drama. Other files (1) The Diary Of A Young Claim the "The Diary Of A Young " I have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or law. A statement, made under penalty of perjury, that the above /10(53).   The name of Clothar may be unknown to modern readers, for tales change in the telling through centuries. But any reader will surely know this heroic young man as well as they know the man who became his king. Hundreds of years later, chronicles call Clothar, the Lance Thrower, by a much more common name. That of Lancelot/5(16).

Merlin features in all the rest of the books in the Dream of eagles series in this order: Saxon shore, Fort at river bend, metamorphosis, Uther, clothar the frank and the eagle. Worth noting I the fact that all through the chronology build up, Merlin and Arthur are united with . The first book I read this year for the blog entries was Clothar the Frank. THis book takes place in England just after the last remaining Roman force has left the island and the northerners and Saxons are raiding and pillaging inland. THe protaganist, CLothar, is a good friend of Arthur Pentagron and a skilled horseman, swordsman, javelin.


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In Clothar the Frank, the first novel of a two-book miniseries called The Golden Eagle, Jack Whyte invites us to explore his cast of fascinating characters during the reign and tragic downfall of the Riothamus Arthur, High King of All Gaul, now the land of the Franks, comes young Clothar, the son of one king and the nephew of another.

He has just survived a fierce civil war in /5(). The final two novels in the Camulod Chronicles (this one and book #9, The Eagle) form a duology within the larger series and are told from the Clothar the Frank book of view of the young Frank, know him as Lancelot but in keeping with the realistic and historically appropriate method in which this entire series is written, the name Clothar is much more appropriate/5.

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He has just survived a4/5. Clothar the Frank is a Canadian historical fiction novel by Jack Whyte that continues his Arthurian Cycle as told in A Dream of Eagles series of novels (called The Camulod Chronicles outside of Canada). Outside of Canada, the novel has the title The Lance Thrower and is edited differently from the Canadian version.

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The power and majesty of Rome is no more. Military units that patrolled the known world have been called home to prop up a dying empire. Whyte’s new novel, Clothar the Frank, builds on the five books of the A Dream of Eagles cycle, which chronicled the rise of Arthur Pendragon to become the High King of Britain.

Clothar the Frank tells the story of Clothar, a Frankish prince whose involvement in Arthur’s court will be instrumental in its downfall. Buy a cheap copy of Clothar the Frank book by Jack Whyte.

Jack Whyte has written a lyrical epic, retelling the myths behind the boy who would become the Man Who Would Be King--Arthur Pendragon. He has shown us, as Diana Free shipping over $/5(5). Chlothar II (or Chlotar, Clothar, Clotaire, Chlotochar, or Hlothar; – 18 October ), called the Great or the Young, was king of Neustria and king of the Franks, and the son of Chilperic I and his third wife, started his reign as an infant under the regency of his mother, who was in an uneasy alliance with Clothar's uncle King Guntram of Burgundy, who died in Father: Chilperic I.

In Clothar the Frank, the first novel of a two-book miniseries called The Golden Eagle, Jack Whyte invites us to explore his cast of fascinating characters during the reign and tragic downfall of the Riothamus Arthur, High King of All Gaul, now the land of the Franks, comes young Clothar, the son of one king and the nephew of another.

He has just survived a fierce civil war in /5(K). Notes: The Lance Thrower was also published as Clothar the Forest Laird was also published under the title of Rebel: Bravehearts the Bruce was also published as The ng is also known as The Guardian. The Skystone was later re-published as War of Singing Sword was re-published as The Round Eagles’ Brood was later re.

Get this from a library. Clothar the Frank. [Jack Whyte] -- The story of Clothar, the son of one king and the nephew of another, who discovers at the age of ten that both his parents were murdered and sets out to reclaim his birthright.

In Clothar the Frank, the first novel of a two-book miniseries called The Golden Eagle, Jack Whyte invites us to explore his cast of fascinating characters during the reign and tragic downfall of the Riothamus Arthur, High King of All Britain.

The power and majesty of Rome is no more. Military units that patrolled the known world have been called home to prop up a dying empire.5/5(1). Clothar is the first novel of a pair — a companion couplet to Whyte's popular A Dream of Eagles series — and recounts the early years of King Arthur's controversial sideman Lancelot du Lac (or Clothar the Frank, as Whyte would have it)/5(11).

Clothar the Frank (The Camulod Chronicles, Book 8): ISBN () Softcover, Penguin Canada, The Eagles' Brood (The Camulod Chronicles, Book 3). Clothar the Frank is the second companion book to the amazing novel series, A Dream of Eagles, and its the first of a two book mini-series. A Dream of Eagles concluded with the coronation of Arthur as the High King of all Britain, however with all the references Merlyn made about events during Arthur's rule, fans were begging for more, and Jack Whyte has : Juxtapose.

The Lance Thrower is an unfortunate and contrived departure from an outstanding Arthurian narrative beginning with The Sky Stone and continuing through The Eagle. Books 1 - 6 are thoughtful, engaging, at times riveting until Whyte feels the need to step back from the core narrative about Merlin and Arthur and muddy the waters with important yet /5(76).

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The power and majesty of Rome is no more. Military units that patrolled the known world have been called home to prop up a dying empire.4/5. The two novels of “The Golden Eagle”, Clothar the Frank and The Eagle, are available in both Viking hardcover and Penguin mass-market paperback within Canada.

The American version of Clothar the Frank is called The Lance Thrower and both it and The Eagle were released as Tor paperbacks in. “With Clothar the Frank (The Lance Thrower in the USA), Whyte reaches the creation of the most shining court in history and of the men and women who helped Arthur Pendragon throw back the forces of barbarism to create a place where the strong would defend the weak and the concept of chivalry was born.”.

The power and majesty of Rome is no more. Military units that patrolled the known. Buy a cheap copy of Clothar the Frank, part 2 book by Jack Whyte. Free shipping over $Chlothar I (c. – 29 November ), called the Old (le Vieux), King of the Franks, was one of the four sons of Clovis.

He was born about in Soissons (now in Aisne département, Picardie, France).Children: Charibert I, Guntram.