Terminal Café

Corum Jhaelen Irsei

The First Series

The Knight of the Swords
The Queen of the Swords
The King of the Swords

The Second Series

The Bull and the Spear
The Oak and the Ram
The Sword and the Stallion

White Wolf Corum Anthology

The Knight of the Swords

(1971)

Knight of the Swords - Mayflower

The Queen of the Swords

(1971)

Queen of the Swords - Mayflower

The King of the Swords

(1972)

King of the Swords - Mayflower

The Bull and the Spear

(1973)

The Oak and the Ram

(1973)

Spring has returned to Caer Mahlod. The Mabden have won a victory over the Fhoi Myore, awful gods of the Cold Folk. Yet the gods of Limbo still threaten other Mabden lands, and the High King Amergin lies wasted, held under an enchantment in a far-off place. Only the magic properties of the Golden Oak and the Silvern Ram can restore the enfeebled Archdruid to his former might.

Thus Corum embarks on his second great quest, and, though he must visit awesome and treacherous places and struggle with fearful enemies, he vows to return with Amergin safe, or not return at all...

The Oak and the Ram. London: Granada, 1981.

The Sword and the Stallion

(1974)

Prince Corum's quest takes him to Ynys Scaith, hazardous Isle of Shadows, to enlist supernatural aid. But the wizard Calatin has made a bargain with the emperor there, and treacherous changeling has been made in Corum's own image.

For love of the beautiful Medhbh, Corum is reluctant to leave that plane. Yet always he is mindful of the ancient prophecy - that he must fear beauty, fear the harp, fear the brother...

The Sword and the Stallion. London: Granada, 1981.
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