A University Professor discovers hidden text in an ancient map in the British Museum. With the help of his students, he sets about solving the nine clues.
Conundrum is the First Book in the series, moving nearer to A Quest for King Arthur.
The popular figure of King Arthur and his knights in shining armour, performing acts of chivalry, is far from the truth. Arthur was the sixth century general (real name: Aurelius Ambrosius) whose troops were mainly cavalry, disciplined like Roman soldiers. He harassed the Saxons, and his successes halted their advance for the better part of fifty years. So why has so little evidence been found?
A Quest for King Arthur is the story of what really happened. Conundrum is the first book in a four part series.
I rarely write reviews but felt that I needed to for this book. I think that the premise was good but the book jumped around between too many characters and story threads. They didn't seem to come together until about the last quarter of the book.
I believe that the author shows promise but the next book in the series needs to be tightened up and more focused on the main story.