Tony Cleaver's WELCOME TO CAMELOT Set for Release Aug 2014
The trials and tribulations of two girls who exchange places through time, between a 21st-century and a fifth-century Camelot. A novel that invites the reader to contrast modern lifestyles with those of feudal times and to consider the advantages and disadvantages of both socieiteis, as seen through the experiences of the protagonists.
Gwen Price works at the Camelot Hotel, Monmouthshire. She is a thoroughly modern miss - very independent; she loves her iPhone and her fashion wear, she flirts outrageously, and she will cheat, lie and steal to get whatever she wants. Why not?
Then one day she wakes up in the fifth century in the Court of King Arthur where there are absolutely no creature comforts, society is rigidly hierarchical and challenging social conventions risks getting her branded as a witch.
Meanwhile, Lady Gwendolyn of Camelot is warm, generous, innocent, vulnerable and totally dependent on the fifth-century supportive community that she has grown up in. She wakes up in a 21st-century world where possessions define people, personal relations are distant, and everyone is an island.
This is a story of how these two learn to cope and adjust; both girls out of their time, and how in turn they affect the very different societies they find themselves in. Welcome to Camelot!
Author: Tony Cleaver has been a journalist, hippy, teacher, road sweeper, mountain guide, university lecturer and writer. He has lived and worked in five countries on three continents and after almost two decades at the University of Durham, UK, he has now moved to Colombia where he lectures part-time, plays cricket and writes.
ISBN: 978-1-78279-645-9 (Paperback) £9.99 $16.95
EISBN: 978-1-78279-644-2 (eBook) £4.99 $7.99