(From the publisher):
In these pages, King Arthur is conspired against by his wicked sister Morgan and his evil bastard Mordred. Launcelot and Tristram may be gloomy adulterers, but Gawaine's lechery has never been more jovial. And the beauty of the ladies is equaled only by their ingenuity in finding pretexts to fall illicitly in love. Perhaps for the first time since Marie de France, the queens and princesses are permitted their due in the tales, of which they are the traditional survivors; and as Launcelot, invicible on the field, must defer to Guinevere in the boudoir, so must Tristram be shown as the helpless sex object of two Isolds.
Original title: Arthur Rex: A Legendary Novel
Genre: Mythology→ Retellings→ Celtic and Arthurian