|Knight Life (2002) [Novel]|
by Peter David
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New York, New York. A new candidate for mayor has thrown his sword into the ring. Arthur - as in King Arthur - has reappeared after fifteen hundred years to try and take over the helm of the new millennium's Camelot: New York City. A born leader, with good looks and charisma, Arhtur is sure to give the current batch of candidates some tough competition for the spotlight - especially with the help of his close advisor, Merlin.
Yet the Arthurian camp is no stranger to scandal. Unless Arhtur can keep his sorceress of a half-sister, Morgan Le Fay, and his less-than-legitimate heir, her son Mordred, under control - and out of the gossip columns - he risks alienating a huge chunk of his constituency.
Now Arthur must take to the streets of the five boroughs in a grassroots campaign for votes. It wouldn't be the first time that New Yorkers have thrown their support behind an outsider. If Arhtur can make it there, he can make it anywhere...
Original title: Knight Life
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Humorous
Fiction→ Fantasy→ Contemporary
Fiction→ Fantasy→ Saga, Myth, and Legend→ Arthurian Legend