Sunday, March 2, 2014

Giveaway: Lest Camelot Fall by Danny Adams

Danny is giving away an ecopy of Lest Camelot Fall. You can read about the book HERE. You will be prompted to return to this post to enter the drawing by leaving a comment. Please be sure to include your contact information.

12 comments:

  1. What a great concept! This is exactly the kind of information I'd love to know about~~it sounds like a fascinating read. Bravo! Please do enter me!

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  2. Please enter me. I would love to read this one. I am an avid Arthurian fan.
    Dave Bates
    batedave@gmail.com

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  3. This was an amazing book and when I got it i could not put it down.

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  5. Sounds wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway. jman1985@yahoo.com

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  6. Brilliant idea for a book! So much more interesting than re-writing the same old story! I'm not sure I would have time to read and review, however, so I'll disqualify myself from the give-away but hope to catch up on the book (as a paying customer, mind), when I have more time. Best of luck! Hope it sells well!

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  7. I have always been interested in the times and life of King Arthur and those who lived before, during, and after his reign. "Lest Camelot Fall" sounds like a very interesting book. My email address is faith[dot]blum[dot]author[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  8. Is there anyone who has heard of Camelot who would not wish a fresh glimpse of it? I would love to honor my library with a copy. lindaroot8@gmail.com

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  9. Sounds interesting. I have read quite a few Arthurian novels - is this one closer to Mary Stewart or Rosemary Sutcliff, I wonder? Or a touch of Parke Godwin - or a cross between them? ;-)

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  10. Camelot always fascinates.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  11. Sue Bursztynski: I've read and loved all three of them, but I got started work on Lest Camelot Fall shortly after finished Jack Whyte's Chronicles of Camulod, so I expect it's more like his books (though with less engineering detail). :) --Danny Adams

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