Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur - Part 4: The Mysteries of Isis, pgs. 334-394 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4: The Mysteries of Isis, pgs. 334-394 Summary

In control of most of Britain, Lancelot summons Arthur to Dun Ceinach to pass word that his wife and son are alive at the Sea Palace being guarded against the rioting Christians. They may live in Dumnonia on condition that Arthur swears a loyalty oath. Sansum reveals that the twins are Guinevere's guards. Merlin figures they have 4-6 days until the full moon deadline. Britain's Kings rally to Arthur, who only his family back, Cerdic defeated, peace for Britain, and retirement for himself. Lancelot is better for Dumnonia than Mordred and fighting him would only play into Saxon hands. Arthur's price for fighting for Lancelot is Dinas and Lavaine. Merlin reminds them of the Cauldron, which is bringing the chaos. The Gods are making trouble for Arthur. As proof, he points...

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