Through hope and magic an abused girl creates a mighty sword that might someday be wielded by King Arthur. A short story from bestselling fantasy and science fiction author Allan Cole.
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The choice of narrator is perfect. She adds depth and drama to the tale.
This is a very short story, but belongs with Allan Cole's Timura Trilogy as an exploration of alternative myth and legend. This is Arthurian Legend at its best.
I don't decipher British accents very well, but Rosalind Ashford speaks all the parts and regional British accents in a way the Americanized ear can decipher. She also has a very pleasant voice, easy to listen to.
Maybe Merlin knew this, but King Arthur didn't.
Allan Cole is a terrific writer, adroit in many genres. He understands myth and legend deeply enough to create with it, making it seem effortless.
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