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Ariane and Wally have been waiting for months for the last shard of Excalibur to reveal itself, but have so far heard nothing, and are desperate for a lead.
To make matters worse, they now know that Ariane’s mother is alive, and Rex Major (Merlin in disguise) is searching for her. If Major finds her first, Ariane will have no choice but to give him what he wants to save her family – the first two shards.
As they follow Major to the Caribbean, Ariane and Wally know they must take big risks – and draw on all their powers – to defeat Merlin, because they can’t afford to fail…
Praise for Cave Beneath the Sea:
“In Cave Beneath the Sea, Edward Willett has created as exciting a read as the earlier books in the series, continuing to develop his characters and their relationships while the action-filled plot carries the reader to intriguing national and international locales. Both Ariane and Wally feel the power of the sword, drawing them to its shards but also compelling their anger in those who have hurt them: parents, siblings, bullies, enemies. And while they struggle with those yearnings, they are finding their way to a hitherto-unknown girlfriend-boyfriend relationship that provides them the family they both crave. It’s hard for me to decide which is the stronger foundation for the story, the characters or the plot, as both are substantial and intricate. Regardless, Cave Beneath the Sea takes The Shards of Excalibur a fast-moving step closer to the Door into Faerie, the magical entity and Book 5 in the series.” – Helen Kubiw, CanLit for Little Canadians
“The author has created interesting characters as the villain and the heroes all have occasional uncertainties about their actions…Cave Beneath the Sea will appeal to young readers in search of adventure as well as adults who enjoy another version of the timeless story of King Arthur…Recommended.” – Ronald Hore, CM Magazine