PRLog - Aug. 17, 2014 - Thus so it was that with the comics debut this summer, the 'likes' needle amazingly surpassed 200K and Lady Antiva was nudged to release her new ebook titled ‘The Camelot Wars’ ahead of the upcoming game ‘Dragonlord Supremacy: Blue Bastion’. The strategy war game is currently being entered at the prestigious IGF China competition, with a teaser released on youtube - http://youtube.com/
The Camelot Wars incorporating Dragonlord Supremacy: Blue Bastion wargame
Today, Kindle lovers can look-forward to the brand new King Arthur novel and re-live the nostalgia of their favorite childhood saga, as ‘The Camelot Wars’ is now available at http://www.amazon.com/
What stands out for this series is that it is not the usual Arthurian tale retold once again. This series takes off at the point after the death of King Arthur. The plot then takes the reader into a brand new Camelot whereby Arthur’s arch-enemy, Morgan Le Fay is the new ‘super-power’
‘The Camelot Wars’ (release date: 1 Sep 2014) comes hot after the heels of Lady Antiva’s ‘5 volume Camelot Prophecies’ series (available on amazon.com). It is written in to accompany the narrative of the soon-to-be-released strategy war game ‘Dragonlord Supremacy: The Blue Bastion’. The Facebook fan page is at:
This post-Arthurian universe has been painstakingly woven together over many years to bring to life a timeless classic. Lady Antiva’s novel has spun off games and comics, with the most recent being the Chinese edition of ‘Armor of Light’ surpassing 200,000 total ‘likes’ in a matter of weeks! Readers can experience the manga-styled graphic novel at http://www.u17.com/
Lady Antiva has also thrown down the gauntlet to invite like-minded authors to pen new stories on this post-Arthurian universe. Below is an open letter from her:
“Lately, I have been collaborating with my pal, Porthios on a project to find like-minded co-authors in order to expand this fantasy universe based on a published set of work titled "TACTICIAN: Tactics Anthem Chronicles". Loremaster Porthios, the author of this series wishes to collaborate with friends globally to write episodic/short stories content based on this post-Arthurian universe, to be published as eBooks. Please check out his works on Smashwords if you are interested to co-write with us. A wealth of background information on the world of Bretunia awaits you as you continue the journey of the protagonist and his friends. We are offering 60% royalty which we receive from Smashwords to be paid to the co-author(s)
Author of the Camelot Prophecies series”
Do check out some customer reviews of Lady Antiva’s earlier ebooks, re-produced below:
Gypsy Madden reviewed ARMOR (Armor of Light (LORE) Book 1)
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun Read February 22, 2014
I picked up a copy for free, and kind of wish at the time it had been noted that it was source material for an on-line role playing game. So it wasn't quite what I was expecting. The world building first couple of stories bored me, but some of the stories further in were very cleverly written. I enjoyed the story of Galania, and was completely fascinated by the story of Morgan LeFay, which was told first person by Morgan herself (very interesting take and twisting of the usual Arthurian myth). And I found myself laughing over the story of the nomad which sounded like those commercials with the dentist holding a conversation with his patient while he works. In all, it was a fun, quick read.
odor Boyadzhiev reviewed Artifacts III (Armor of Light Quest #3)
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Amazing February 5, 2012
I love it... this quest really takes your breath away. I was waiting a long time for this book and now I was reading it with pleasure. Check out the other books too.
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely exciting, January 7, 2012
By rita a.
An absolutely exciting book...I feel like being inside the story and the style of the author hooked me...The story is awesome...
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice to spend time with, January 7, 2012
By Tomas Lindner
In general this kind of books what I prefer at amazon. The Camelot Sequel is worth my time and a very good time filler.
5.0 out of 5 stars Like it too, January 7, 2012
By O. J. A.
My son likes the book. When I was younger I have read also some King Arthur stories and I know it is good. I asked my son and he said he likes it.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Camelot Sequel - yeah!, January 5, 2012
By TWLiz ~ Amazon Verified Purchase
It must have been decades since I last read a book about King Arthur. But the images of the knights of the round table, Merlin and such continued to be an evergreen fancy of mine. So when this book cropped up, I grabbed it immediately. It was awesome! I am now able to continue the journey of Camelot where I left off years back. Will definitely follow the series into its full completion... thank you for bringing back those fond memories of the Arthurian romance!