The Shadow of Camelot

The sixth book in the series visits the mythical court of Camelot.

If you like Arthurian legend, don't miss this exciting  adventure!


"In days of yore, a tale was told

of swords and stones, and knights so bold ..."

Honourable Mention in the READERS' FAVORITE BOOK AWARDS 2018


Did King Arthur really exist? Continuing the quest to find their missing parents who are trapped in the past, Jemima and Joe Lancelot uncover the truth behind the legend when they arrive in Camelot. Together with friend Charlie and their talking Tonkinese cat Max, the young time-travellers are plunged into yet another thrilling adventure.


Was the famous knight Lancelot related to the twins? Who knows? Luckily, he seems to think so and is on hand to protect them when danger threatens.


Meanwhile, Max has a mystery of his own to solve. Will he finally discover why Midnight has been haunting his dreams?


Review for The Shadow of Camelot

"If you have never read any of this series, each book is a stand-alone story with a good intro as to why they children are traveling back in time to various places BUT I highly recommend you starting at the beginning and reading them in order. They are well worth it!

Joe and Jemima have a Tonkinese cat named Max who can talk! How? You'll have to read the book to find out. In this book Max is dreaming about Midnight and a pair of green eyes! What does his dream have to do with the adventure? Is Charlie related to the Green Knight? What did the Green Knight do and why is Gawain counting down the days in terror for when he will return?

Is Max a fulfillment of a prophecy to defeat the Saxons? Meet Merlin, King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, evil Morgana, Lancelot and more in this fun adventure back in time. Laugh at Max and Midnight's adventures into the Saxon camp and their meetings with Aelle, king of the Saxons. Cattus Britannicus? Hee Hee!

A fun story that will keep your 8 to 16 year olds intrigued and yearning for more. Well-written and we're off to read the next in the series now."