This is a well-written book about a descendant of Arthur and one of the best Arthurian books on the market.
It is the story of a girl named Lin and her brother Dafydd and the courage she gives to all the slave she lives with. She and her brother were left alone after their mother died one night. Their mother was a slave of Arthur’s half-sister Morgause and thus they, too, were her possessions. Lin had seen a life of hard work, beatings, rape, famine and disease since she was old…Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on August 13, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments
This tale is an unusual and entertaining story of a world divided by a veil. One side of the veil is bloody and full of battles, dried lands, and shadows. The other is its opposite—green fresh and fruitful. In this part of their world where everyone and everything gets along together wonderfully is a kingdom. In this kingdom there is a king who has a strong willed daughter. In the face of her coming wedding, she sets out to find her husband choice accompanied by her…Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on August 9, 2011 at 1:28pm — No Comments
I had the pleasure to hear Stephen Gashler read a piece of this book. It was clear, easy to follow, and funny. It’s a clean book that will bring families closer together and give hope to young men that they can defeat their worst enemy—Boredom.
The story begins with four friends on a quest to save their kingdom. They honor and love their princess and will do anything to be heroes. That is, until three of the friends decide it is time to change the rules. Two want a more active role in…Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on August 8, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments