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|Description:||x, 430 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm|
"From out of the swirling mists of legend and history, a worthy addition to the Trystan and Isolde cycles." -- Margaret George, author of Helen of Troy "Anna Elliott takes the aerie-fairy out of the
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Twilight of Avalon
In this first of a proposed trilogy, debut novelist Elliott explores and expands on the traditional legends and mythologies of King Arthur and Tristan and Isolde in a unique and delightful way. In her portrayal, Isolde, daughter of Mordred, the bastard son of Arthur, grew up knowing her father was...
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