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King of the Middle March: Book 3 (Arthur)
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The Seeing Stone was bronze runner up for the Smarties Prize in ages category 9—11 years and it made the Whitbread Awards children's book shortlist. The Arthur trilogy comprises The Seeing Stone and two sequels, summing about pages in their first editions hardcover.
Arthur: King of the Middle March : Kevin Crossley-Holland :
In the UK, the first book was published in print and audio tape editions. A paperback edition followed in June , and an audio CD in July There was another paperback edition in September with new cover art see image.
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Arthur, the hero of Crossley-Holland's trilogy, is 13 when the story opens, on the cusp between page and squire. The Middle March, where he lives, straddles the border between England and Wales, not entirely sure where it belongs. This is not Eliot's Middlemarch, which is all about being at the heart of things, but something altogether more marginal.
How neatly pleasing, then, that the Arthur trilogy has become swept up in the latest publishing craze for "crossover fiction" - children's books that are read by adults even when not on bedtime-story duty. Fine things do indeed come out of no man's land. King of the Middle March, the final instalment of Arthur de Caldicot's journey through adolescence, is a longer, darker piece than the two books that went before. Arthur is now 16, a squire, and part of the fourth crusade to free Jerusalem from the infidel.
This gives Crossley-Holland the chance to show a world that is far removed from Arthur's early life in the Marches, a place of gentle agrarian rhythms and repeating certainties. Now the young man is pitched into heaving, sweating camp life, where children are fired from catapults, women treated as whores and bullying is a matter of life and death.