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The Heir of Logres by Suzannah Rowntree

Author:Suzannah Rowntree [Rowntree, Suzannah]

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Published: 0101-01-01T00:00:00+00:00

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The Heir of Logres by Suzannah Rowntree

PERCEVAL WAS STANDING IN HIS CHAMBER before breakfast, working the stiffness out of his hip with a series of lunges, when a sharp rap came on the door. He must have moved quickly to open it, but those few footsteps passed like an age.

Not already.

It was Heilyn. He said, “Sir, Sir Gawain has sent word to saddle his horse. I left word for them to prepare Glaucus, and came to help you arm.”

 

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The Heir of Logres by Suzannah Rowntree

Author:Suzannah Rowntree [Rowntree, Suzannah] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Suzannah Rowntree [Rowntree, Suzannah]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Bocfodder Press

Published: 0101-01-01T00:00:00+00:00
PERCEVAL WAS STANDING IN HIS CHAMBER before breakfast, working the stiffness out of his hip with a series of lunges, when a sharp rap came on the door. He must have moved quickly to open it, but those few footsteps passed like an age.

Not already.

It was Heilyn. He said, “Sir, Sir Gawain has sent word to saddle his horse. I left word for them to prepare Glaucus, and came to help you arm.”

“Well done,” said Perceval, wishing for the first time that Heilyn was less meticulous in his duties. He went back into his chamber and took up the blood-red shield with the golden pentacle and the golden label. Near it was a leathern cover which he had taken from the armoury after the council in the King’s solar yesterday.

Behind him, Heilyn was shaking out his hauberk and testing the straps on his spaulders. Then he heard the whisper of silk.

“Leave the surcoat,” he said, tightening the cover around the shield and fitting it to his arm to try its heft.

Heilyn looked up. From the faint worried crease between his eyebrows Perceval knew the squire understood. But he explained it anyway, not just to Heilyn but also to any powers that stood by and watched what Sir Perceval of Wales, Knight of the Round Table, chose to do this day.

“I am going to take in my father, and I have not the nerve to do it wearing his device.”

Perceval was ready and waiting on the Camelot bridge when Gawain rode down from the keep. His father spent no time on defiance, only laid his spear in rest and spurred his horse Gringolet to a gallop. Glaucus leaped forward, scenting war. But Perceval could not shake off a dazed, almost tipsy sense of unreality. The golden pentacle of Gawain filled all the field of his vision, reproaching him for what he meant to do. He seemed to be looking through the eyes of someone far away, and all his reflexes felt muffled by distance.

At the last confused moment his body remembered its old skill, and the wild boy of Wales flung himself headlong from the saddle of his horse as he had on the first day he fought a knight.

Gawain’s lance swept through empty air. He yanked Gringolet around, dropping the spear-point, and his voice echoed in amazement within his helm.

“Perceval?”

Perceval climbed to his feet. “Sir, it is I.”

“Why are you here?”

“The King sent me.” Perceval wished he could see his father’s face. “He begs you to return.”

Gawain sat unyielding and cold as stone. At last he said: “And if I refuse?”

“Sir, then I must compel you.”

“You dare?” The words exploded out of Gawain, and his hand clenched on the lance. Perceval lifted appealing hands.

“What shall I tell my mother?”

The lance pointed. “Do not name her.”

“I know she never ceased to love you,” he went on desperately. “Shall I go to her in Avalon, and tell her that you killed yourself in pursuing this feud with Lancelot, and that I stood

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