When Merlin awakens from a fifteen-hundred-year slumber, the world is not quite right. After following an aethereal thread across the Atlantic to King Arthur, he discovers no one in the great nation of Texas knows the history or legends of the great king—or his druid magician.
Alfred Marlborough spends his days looking for a job after being laid off. He encounters an ancient beggar who demands his help and sends him on a quest that leads to a wooded suburbia as well as dropping him into Arthur’s battles in the sixth century.
Their quest to return King Arthur to his own time takes an unexpected turn when they follow the tangled threads to the founder of a software gaming company. Merlin must find a way to reconcile fate with free will and repair the tapestry of history.
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Mark Andersen makes stuff up. Fortunately for everyone who knows him, he restricts his fancy to writing fiction. He’s the author of a contemporary fantasy series, Merlin’s Thread.
He started writing professionally in 1999. For eleven years, he wrote science articles for Oilfield Review; for nine of those years he was the journal’s executive editor. Sadly, he couldn’t make things up during that part of his writing career. He has a PhD in physics from the Johns Hopkins University and worked in the oil industry for thirty-four years as a research scientist, domain expert, and writer. Now, Mark writes full time. No, really … he wouldn’t make that up.