The Last Pendragon
The Last Pendragon Saga (Book 1)
Enter a world of myth and magic in dark age Wales!
Rhiann knows that demons walk the night. She has been taught to fear them. But from the moment Cade is dragged before her father's throne, beaten and having lost all of his men to her father's treachery, he stirs something inside her that she has never felt before. When Cade is revealed to be not only Arthur's heir but touched by the sidhe, Rhiann must choose between the life she left behind and the one before her—and how much she is willing to risk to follow her heart.
The Last Pendragon is the first book in The Last Pendragon Saga.
The Complete Series reading order: The Last Pendragon, The Pendragon's Blade, Song of the Pendragon, The Pendragon's Quest, The Pendragon's Champions, Rise of the Pendragon, The Pendragon's Challenge, Legend of the Pendragon.
Not done yet
I’m only on chapter 6, but I love it so far. It’s very interesting, with something new going on in every chapter. Slightly confusing with all the names that start with “Cad” but that might just be because it was written in a different language. I also love that from the moment you read the first sentence of chapter 1, you know what the main character is all about. I would definitely recommend it to everyone.
An Entertaining Story!
Sarah Woodbury is a wonderful storyteller! I’m so glad her sagas do go on. I appreciate the depth of her caricatures. And the creative way she intertwines history and myth. And the way she brings in romance without the sex. The battles read well, as well as the conversations, and emotions carry too. It has taken me a few chapters to get the feel for her style, but between The Lion Of Wales saga, and this book, I’m a fan!
My first book in a long long long time
It’s pretty good! I love a book that can really take me to the place the characters are in, this book didn’t do that very well. Although it’s a good read so far, I don’t know if it has intrigued me enough to continue with the series. For a free book it’s definitely worth the read. There are also a few grammatical errors, I believe.