Vampires of Camelot Camelot’s True Story Part One

Vampires of Camelot Camelot's True Story Part One

Vampires of Camelot Camelot’s True Story Part One

My first endeavor is a twist on an old tale that brings to life Camelot’s real origin and opens the doors to many facets that are left in the dust of previous fictions. It is the first book in a series of four called   “The Vampires of Camelot  Camelot’s True Story Part One. ”

Have you ever wondered how Merlin the wizard gained all his powers, what his true origin was, or why he was immortal?

Ulyissa’s life in the world of Kodacolot was forever changed the day he was summoned to the Magi Queen who was responsible for all affairs of the heart. That day he met Althea; the most beautiful women he ever laid eyes upon.  Ulyissa is put in great danger and peril to prove he is worthy of Althea’s love. Althea also faces many struggles but then they are united. Ulyissa then foresees the future of his world and its destruction.

Faced with this news he takes his findings to the council and is met with utter disgrace because none of them believe him. He goes home and summons the Magi Queen for advice only to learn that she is his mother and he was stolen from her at birth.

Ulyissa learns his true name and family origin. Althea becomes pregnant and gives birth to Merlin and Mab who are twins. Grandmissimo, formerly Ulyissa, strives to find a way to escape and protect his family. All preparations are made to leave Kodacolot. The family escapes just in time but something went wrong Grandmissimo and Althea perish on the way to earth. Merlin is left with his grandparents and his evil sister Mab. Merlin’s grandparents help guide him to find his way in this new world. Will he succeed or fail?


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