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King of the Middle March
Kevin Crossley-Holland
Children's Fiction CROSSLEY

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Third in the Arthur trilogy, King of the Middle March by Kevin Crossley-Holland begins amidst attempts to launch a European crusade against the Saracens. Young Arthur-who views the actions of the legendary king through the magic stone of the launch title, The Seeing Stone-struggles to understand why Saracens are sworn enemies and to deal with his tempestuous father. In a starred review of the series debut, PW called Arthur a "clever, ethical and passionate hero." (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

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main characters Arthur de Caldicot
Age: 14
Becomes knighted; waiting for the Crusades to begin; has problems with his faith in his country; looks in the magical stone and sees that even King Arthur can't win all battles.

Lord Stephen
Wounded in battle; taken back to England by Arthur;.

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