We all know of King Arthur and the knights of the round table, but who would expect a knight from Camelot to visit Sherlock Holmes...
"Merlin predicted you would say that." When a knight from the Round Table of Camelot bursts into 221-B Baker Street demanding the help of Sherlock Holmes. And there begins the oddest, most mystical adventure Holmes and Watson have ever experienced. Merlin himself, has called the great detective and his scribe back through time, to solve a vexing problem.
England's greatest Poet Laureate is missing! A Unicorn leads the way through the portal in the standing stones, and waiting for them are a series of challenges unlike anything they have ever encountered before, as well as Pixies, Gnomes, Hobgoblins, a dragon, an enchanted mirror, a very odd chess match, an underground labyrinth, King Arthur, and his Round Table, and the most infamous sorceress of history and myth, Morgan le Fey!
Plot twists abound, as logic and rational thinking collide head on with myth and magic, resulting in Sherlock crafting a masterful scheme that echoes all the way down through history. Brace your selves for a most fascinating and enjoyable tale.
In Joseph Svec III’s first two Holmes novels, the author has had Holmes travel to Wonderland seeking Alice and Lewis Carroll and then under the sea on the Nautilus searching for Jules Verne. Readers of those two books, will be glad to find Holmes is traveling backwards in time to the days of King Arthur to seek out Alfred Lord Tennyson!
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow
BuddyTV (blog) - 4 weeks ago
In a wise move, Legends of Tomorrow spends most of the episode in Camelot, where Stargirl is sent with her Spear. Using the Spear, Stargirl sets herself up as Merlin and brings the Round Table of...
Academy's Recreates The Splendor Of 'Camelot'
Cape Cod Chronicle - 1 week ago
Desiring to make Camelot more “civilized,” where “might” is only used for “right,” King Arthur comes up with the revolutionary idea of “The Knights of the Round Table,” where all...
'Camelot' soars with superior acting, singing
Cape Cod Times (subscription) - 1 week ago
The proposition of "might for right" leads to the resolution creating The Knights of the Round Table, where everyone is equal and no one sits at the head of the table. This musical version...
BWW Review: CAMELOT at Candlelight Music Theatre
Broadway World - 2 days ago
Arthur's gold outfit in Act II looked more from the court of Louis XIV than the court of the Round Table. There was no glitter or pageantry in any of the outfits save for two worn by Guenevere...
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