The Lay of Gilthol and Kirðral

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The Lay of Gilthol and Kirðral is the tale of two fae lovers who defied their families in order to be together. It is a tragic poem telling of the power of love. More

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Fiction » Poetry » Epic
Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 8,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466099920
About Kevis Hendrickson

Kevis Hendrickson is an aspiring filmmaker and the author of six Science Fiction and Fantasy novels, including The Legend of Witch Bane and the Rogue Hunter series. His second novel Rogue Hunter: Quest of the Hunter won the Red Adept Annual Indie Award (2010) for 'Top Science Fiction'. His most recent novel is Rogue Hunter: Life Force. The fourth book in the series, Rogue Hunter: Longshot, is scheduled for release in Fall 2014.

He has also published one novella, one epic poem, one non-fiction book, and eight short stories. Hendrickson lives in sunny Miami, Florida U.S.A. where he spends his days dreaming of new worlds and epic adventures.

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Review by: Dobsew on Feb. 09, 2012 :
Lay of Gilthol & Kirõral is a collection of poems about the world of Fae.

I don’t usually read poems but I enjoyed these poems for the descriptive world that Hendrickson portrayed and with the theme of tragic lovers and forbidden love throughout it gave a sense of Romeo and Juliet, fae style.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Paul Roof on Jan. 24, 2012 :
Title: Lay of Gilthol & Kirõral
Author: Kevis Hendrickson
Genre: Fantasy Poems
Published: December 28, 2011
Fantasy Poetry that will start you thinking about your own true love. The poems are long and well thought out. You can tell that the author cares for his characters which he describes in better detail in his stories.
I would suggest that you read the short stories and novels before you read these poems.
Of all the great poems included here, my favorite would be ‘In the Halls of Kirlomoenen’. These poems reminded me of the forbidden love of, William Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet.
I only rated it 3 stars on Good Reads because I believe that in time Kevis Hendrickson will be to fantasy what Edgar Allen Poe is to horror.
I recommend this book to all diehard fantasy lovers as I truly believe they will be the ones that will understand it best.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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