About the Book
Yesterday's Falcon opens as Gawain collapses at the portals of an isolated castle in the midst of a terrible snowstorm. He is taken in by Rhiannon, a striking young Druid who has been living alone since the murder of her husband. In order to heal the ailing knight, Rhiannon decides to take him to the Terran Stone, an ancient monolith left behind by the Far Druids before they disappeared. The mystical Stone stands on a small island in the center of the Natal Lake - a lake fed by waters flowing south from the ruinous wastelands. If Rhiannon is to find redemption and Gawain the answers he seeks, they must look to each other on the harrowing journey, for somewhere there lies hope and love in a dying world.
About the Author
Tim Newman was born and educated in England. At the age of 19, he immigrated to Canada in search of riches and adventure. Falling woefully short on the first, he ventured south to Mexico and then on to Argentina where he taught English in Buenos Aries. Later, he traveled to Vancouver where he studied medieval literature at Simon Fraser University. Late one winter s night the muse clamored too loudly and he sat down by the fire pencil in hand and began Yesterday's Falcon. The following summer he left for England where he walked the trails, hiked to the castles and stood in the rich clover fields where Gawain fought his battles.