|Tros (1967) [Novel]|
by Talbot Mundy
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Series: Tros of Samothrace
(From the publisher):
- son of Perseus, Prince of Samothrace, must lead a strange expedition to a primitive, mist-shrouded, unreal Britain.
Caswallon - the doughty chieftain, fearless of all men save Druids.
Fflur - Caswallon's queen, whose clear gray eyes see very much more than what is before them.
Gwenhwyfar - treacherous and ambitious, offers Tros her greatest possession - herself.
Britomaris - as devious as his wife, he might have been a man had he taken a different woman.
... and a bizarre Caesar - lurking always in the background - is the most convincing and diabolical figure of evil in all fantasy fiction.
Sailor, dreamer, warrior, thinker - superhero - Tros is the great creation of the greatest of all adventure-fantasy writers, Talbot Mundy. Mighty Tros' swashbuckling boldness is combined with insights into such untold mysteries as those of the legendary and fearfully powerful Druids.
Original title: Tros
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Historical
- Originally serialized in Adventure Magazine during 1925.