"Great historical fiction"
During the fifth century AD, the hopes of most of
Britain for a better life rest in the whispers of Arthur
becoming the High King though some will refuse to cede
power and will do anything to insure no one surfaces.
However, as each year passes, the hope diminishes as no one
steps forth to claim the crown. Needing assistance, Merlin
recruits Welsh warrior, Marcus ap Iorwerth to work
undercover in the search for the now legendary Arthur.
Claerwen escapes from one bad situation to another
until she meets Marcus. He helps her understand her
ability to see what no one else senses. As they fall in
love, her visions lead them to the symbols of the High
Kings of Britain, Macsen's Treasure. However, their
powerful, sly foes are many. They cause Marcus to
disappear and Claerwen must find a way to locate and rescue
Medieval historical and Arthurian readers will enjoy
INTO THE PATH OF GODS. The fast-paced story line vividly
brings alive the second half of the fifth century in
Britain. Marcus and Claerwen are a likable intrepid couple
whose romantic elements will delight fans of that genre.
The support cast adds depth so that the audience obtains a
greater feel for the period than usually found in a novel.
In her opening act of her four part saga, Kathleen
Cunningham Guler provides a breathtaking panorama view of
the days leading up to Arthur's assent to the throne.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 30, 2001