Graal (Ciclo Pendragon, #5)



Graal (Ciclo Pendragon, #5) A seca, a peste e a guerra deixou a ilha dos Poderosos arrasada e o seu cora o, o amado Artur, gravemente ferido Mas, espantosamente, o Rei Supremo vive as suas feridas s o saradas e o seu vigor restabelecido por uma sagrada e secreta rel quia o Santo Graal.Em Ynys Avallach um Artur moribundo foi milagrosamente renovado O grande Rei quer partilhar os poderes curativos do Graal com todos os que assim o desejem Mas o mal entrou na corte real sob o disfarce de uma bela donzela Sem o conhecimento de Artur, for as mal volas seduzem o mais leal campe o do rei Graal roubado, desaparecendo algures nas profundezas do desconhecido.Artur enfrenta agora o maior desafio ao seu poder uma cruzada para recuperar o Graal perdido. New Read [ Graal (Ciclo Pendragon, #5) ] by [ Stephen R. Lawhead ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Graal (Ciclo Pendragon, #5)
  • Stephen R. Lawhead
  • Portuguese
  • 24 October 2018

10 thoughts on “Graal (Ciclo Pendragon, #5)

  1. Jessi says:

    Well, this is another book I d put before book 3 of Arthur Actually, I am reading the last book again I feel that I need some sort of closure to wrap up the whole series.I didn t really think about Gwalchavad much in the previous books, but he makes a very good narrator to this tale I also love how Morgian s thoughts are all in italics The best quote in the whole book, I think, is, Forget swords and spears children s play...

  2. Molly says:

    Esta uma das sagas mais belas que tenho tido oportunidade de ler Depois de ter lido os anteriores atrav s da biblioteca, foi com grande prazer que descobri este exemplar na Feira do Livro de Set bal h uns anos, sendo assim o nico de seis livros fant sticos que se encontra nas prateleiras E, depois de tanto tempo h espera, este exemplar foi lido Depois do quarto livro, Pendragon, e do final misterioso e um tanto atordoador, fiquei num hiatus entre a leitura desse e deste, Graal Ainda bem Esta uma das sagas mais belas que tenho tido oportunidade de ler Depois de ter lido os anteriores atrav s da biblioteca, foi com g...

  3. Tara says:

    Favorite Quotes when he smiles it is as if the sun itself has come from behind a cloud to light the dreary shadow crowded way with dazzling warmth to speak of her is to demean with words what is best expressed in a song a wordless melody of the kind oft stroked on the harp of Myrddin s hand is the best description, I do believe, for when the harp strings sing and the heart shed s it s weariness and rises to the eternal dance, that is what it is like to behold her.Elegance finds its meaning i Favorite Quotes when he smiles it is as if the sun itself has come from behind a cloud to light the dreary shadow crowded way with dazzling warmth to speak of her is to demean with words what is best expressed in a song a ...

  4. Laura says:

    Los dos anteriores libros de esta saga se me hab an hecho bastante pesados Batalla tras batalla interminable, siempre contra un enemigo m s fuerte y numeroso que el anterior pero por suerte este fue totalmente diferente Volvi un poco al esp ritu que ten a Merlin donde la magia est presente Morgian por fin toma protagonismo y nos muestra de lo que es capaz Gwalchavad me gust como narrador, le agreg algo distinto a la saga, siendo su voz muy diferente a la de los dem s narradores que tuvim Los dos anteriores libros de esta saga se me hab an hecho bastante pesados Batalla tras batalla interminable, siempre contra un enemigo m s fuerte y numeroso que el anterior pero por suerte este fue totalmente diferente Volvi un poco al esp ritu que ten a Merlin donde la magia est presente Morgian por fin toma protagonismo y nos muestra de lo que es capaz Gwalchavad me gust como narrador, le agreg algo distinto a la saga, siendo su voz muy diferente a la...

  5. Julie says:

    J aurais eu norm ment de mal cl turer la lecture, invoquant tous les moyens possibles pour ne pas avancer dans les trente derni res pages J tais ennuy e Non, pas du tout Je n arrivais juste pas me dire que cette saga serait d finitivement cl tur e pour moi.

  6. Tatiana says:

    Simple easy to read Entertaining.

  7. Rusty says:

    Seven years of war with the Saecens are followed by an Vandali invasion while the country reels from drought and plague Arthur s tired host defeats the Vandali but Arthur is seriously injured The wounds are great and he is taken to Ynys Avallach where Charis, a queen of the fair folk resides It is hoped that her nursing skill may help him There a miracle occurs and Arthur survives That miracle is the Grail brought from its hiding place to heal the Pendragon Arthur realizes that the Grail i Seven years of war with the Saecens are followed by an Vandali invasion while the country reels from drought and plague Arthur s tired host defeats the Vandali but Arthur is seriously injured The wounds are great and he is taken to Ynys Avallach where Charis, a queen of the fair folk resides It is hoped that her nursing skill may help him There a miracle occurs and Arthur survives That miracle is the Grail brought from its hiding place to heal the Pendragon Arthur realizes that the Grail is a holy relic that could bring peace and health to Britain and builds a great shrine for it An...

  8. Laurie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This series has been a roller coaster ride I will really like a book or a section of a book, and then I will move into a section that just rubs me the wrong way Grail was like a downward spiral It started off well, but it took a nose dive Lawhead has done a decent job throughout the series of weaving in threads of the historical, the miraculous, and the fantastical Not so with Grail It started off pretty believable well, as believable as fantasy gets , but once the company entered Lyo This series has been a roller coaster ride I will really like a book or a section of a book, and then I will move into a section that just rubs me the wrong way Grail was like a downward spiral It started off well, but it took a nose dive Lawhead has done a decent job throughout the series of weaving in threads of the historical, the miraculous, and the fantastical Not so with Grail It started off pretty believable well, as believable as fantasy gets , but once the company entered Lyonnesse for the second time it dropped all pretense of historicity It was very poorly crafted in that way It left us with no ...

  9. Cheryl says:

    This book was much better written,exciting, and withbelievable sorcery from Merlin and Morgian than Arthur That being said, I am confused about the layout of the two books Arthur and Merlin as their timelines overlap which took away the suspense and emotion of important characters dieing when you know that they must live and be present for Arthur s final battle Also, it did not at the end connect Llenlleawg s final fate as a banished and disgraced traitor to his status in the This book was much better written,ex...

  10. Molly Murphy says:

    I have been waiting FOREVER to read Grail The narrator, surprisingly, was Galahad Gwalchavad in the novel , a character much less explored Lawhead took an uncommon road in making him the brother of Gwalcmai Gawain rather than his brothers being Gaheris, Agravain, and Gareth I didn t know that in some old Welsh tales, they were brothers, rather than Galahad being Lancelot s son I would have liked to see Gwalcmai appear in ...

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