Isolde is the only daughter and heiress of Ireland's great ruling queen, who is influenced by her lover, Sir Marhaus. He urges her to invade neighboring Cornwall and claim it for her own, a foolhardy move Isolde is determined to prevent. King Mark of Cornwall sends forth his own champion to do battle with the Irish-Sir Tristan of Lyonesse-a young, untested knight with a mysterious past. A member of the Round Table, Tristan has returned to the land of his birth after many years in exile, only to face Ireland's fiercest champion in combat. When he lies victorious but near death on the field of battle, Tristan knows that his only hope of survival lies to the West.
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Subtítulo: THE FIRST OF THE TRISTAN AND ISOLDE NOVELS