Publisher description for Song of the sparrow / by Lisa Ann Sandell.
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The year is 490 AD. Fiery 16-year-old Elaine of Ascolat, the daughter of one of King Arthur's supporters, lives with her father on Arthur's base camp, the sole girl in a militaristic world of men. Elaine's only girl companion is the mysterious Morgan, Arthur's older sister, but Elaine cannot tell Morgan her deepest secret: She is in love with Lancelot, Arthur's second-in-command. However, when yet another girl -- the lovely Gwynivere -- joins their world, Elaine is confronted with startling emotions of jealousy and rivalry. But can her love for Lancelot survive the birth of an empire?
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Novels in verse.
Coming of age -- Fiction.
War -- Fiction.
Arthur, -- King -- Fiction.
Knights and knighthood -- Fiction.
Great Britain -- History -- Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066 -- Fiction.