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Arthur’s Legacy:
The Children of Arthur, Book One

He felt suddenly as if a siren’s song were calling to him from across the sea, from an enchanted land, an island kingdom named England. He had always pictured England as a magical fairy tale realm, ever since his childhood when he had first read the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

Magic existed in the thought of England's green hills, in the names of Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and the Tower of London. It was one of the few lands still ruled by a monarch, perhaps a land where fairy tales might still come true. Maybe even a place where he might at last find a father.

All his life, Adam Morgan has sought his true identity and the father he never knew. When multiple coincidences lead him to England, he will not only find his father, but mutual love with a woman he can never have, and a family legacy he never imagined possible. Among England’s green hills and crumbling castles, Adam’s intuition awakens, and when a mysterious stranger appears with a tale of Britain’s past, Adam discovers forces are at work to bring about the return of a king.

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Paperback: ISBN-13: 978-0-9791790-8-2
6"x9" / 480 pages
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Arthur's Legacy: The Children of Arthur, Book One

Arthur's Legacy:
The Children of Arthur, Book One

Praise for Arthur's Legacy

So much is asked of saviors that we can forget the beating heart behind the legends. Tyler Tichelaar understands the contradiction between our expectation of heroes and their lonely destiny. In exploring the Arthurian legend, he shows himself once more the master of the complexities of the human heart.

— Diana M. Deluca, Ph.D., author of Extraordinary Things

Arthur's Legacy is a fresh new take on the ancient and wondrous myth of Arthur. Works of this kind are hugely important because they keep the legends alive and bring them into the 21st century. Strongly recommended for all who love the old and the new in mythic fiction.

— John Matthews, author of King Arthur: Dark Age Warrior and Mythic Hero

What if the story of King Arthur was not quite what you thought? And what if its repercussions echoed down the centuries and across the seas? Casting a fresh, inventive and sometimes controversial eye over the rich tradition of Arthurian legend, especially its Welsh roots, in Arthur's Legacy Tyler Tichelaar has crafted an intriguing blend of action-packed time-slip fantasy adventure, moving love story, multi-layered mystery, and unusual spiritual exploration.

— Sophie Masson, editor of The Road to Camelot

Arthur's Legacy will electrify true fans of the Arthurian legend. Tichelaar's research and his weaving of the Arthurian mythos into a cohesive story for the contemporary reader is second to none. Arthur's Legacy will surely take its rightful place among the canon of great Arthurian literature.

— Steven Maines, author of The Merlin Factor series

Arthur's Legacy by Tyler Tichelaar is a unique blend of medieval fantasy and modern day situations that will hook readers from page one. Part Three illustrates the depth of Tichelaar's knowledge about Arthurian lore and will test the most devoted Arthurian fan. Added to this are Tichelaar's own twists on the lore that will keep readers engaged and questioning until the very end. The story was excellent. Makes me wonder whether someone deliberately made Mordred evil all those centuries ago! Plenty of excitement and intrigue for any mystery reader. Discover a King Arthur as he has never before been portrayed. Before Arthur's Legacy, Arthur was seen as a shell of a man; Tichelaar shows us a human being with faults and desires.

— Cheryl Carpinello, author of Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend

Author Tyler R. Tichelaar has performed impeccable research into the Arthurian legend, finding neglected details in early sources and reigniting their significance. His depiction of what might have really happened at Camelot is both refreshing and enticing.

— Debra Kemp, author of The House of Pendragon series


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