“I have lived a life which should surprise no one. War is my constant companion. Drink my closest friend and loneliness a burden weighing heavily on my back. I am alone. I am alone…”
Lancelot du Lac, Knight of Camelot, King of Albion is now a lonely man staring out over a cityscape of glass and metal towers. Time is his only enemy; he has too much of it and drifts through years, decades, centuries…
However, Fate and the gods of Albion have not forgotten him. They have not finished with the warrior and he is once more called to duties that see his life turn on the spin of a bullet and the blade of a sword. When he finally answers a summons from an old friend, he discovers his life is born again through the greatest gift – love.
He travels through a modern, broken Britain with old friends and new to face the beginning of the end. When he finally feels the soil of Albion once more under his feet, Lancelot knows he will stop at nothing to finish the chaos the gods have forced upon him. Both his wife and his endless love for one man, will join with him for the future of Albion and Camelot.
This is one war Lancelot wants to fight and he will stop at nothing for the chance to return to his world. There is nothing in this world or the next that can prevent him from seeking his own version of revenge.
From the darkness comes the light, a ray of hope glinting off the steel of his blade and the steel in his soul.