A Prince of Cornwall

by Charles W. Whistler

The book introduces the reader to the stirring days when the West Briton was making his final stand against the tide of Saxon Conquest under Gerent and Ina, who figure prominently in the narrative. The story is full of thrilling adventure, and the conditions of the eighth century--the religious fanaticism of the remnant of the Druids, the ready diplomacy and rough heroism of our semi-barbaric ancestors--are vividly portrayed. The plot unfolds a fresh and interesting love story.

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