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"History is a story told by men and of men's making, but in this tale of Arthur, like the glimmer of salmon in peat-dark water, the women do shine." Part One, The Fires of Mai Dun, p 3.

"'Children of Britain,' he said, and he had a voice to match his beauty, a gentle voice, full of warmth, 'pray to your Gods. Within these walls are the Treasures of Britain and soon, very soon, their power will be unleashed, but now, so that you can see their power, we shall let the Gods speak to us.'" Part One, The Fires of Mai Dun, p 11.

"'One battle,' Arthur said grimly, 'we may only have one battle. When the Saxons come, Derfel, they will outnumber us. Even if Powys and Gwent send all their men, we shall be outnumbered.'" Part One, The Fires of Mai Dun, p...

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