The Last Bard

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
A tale of magic and history set in Beddgelert and on Snowdon in north Wales.
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
  • Words: 4,430
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781452391977
About Tom Davies

Tom was born in the south-east of England (even he hesitates to use the phrase 'grew up'), and has been writing bizarre stories since he was able to hold a pen. He's lived in East Sussex, Kent, Somerset and France, and spent time in a variety of other parts of the UK for reasons too ridiculous to get into here (some involving women, but most involving work).
He's a writer in his spare time, of which he has lots in the winter and virtually none in the summer. Given a chance he'll talk your leg off about whatever is pinging around in his overactive brain.

He thought it unlikely that anyone would make him a fan page on facebook, but it turns out that he has awesome friends (and fans)!

He also feels a bit weird for writing this in the third person, but he won't let it bother him too much.

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Review by: Jitsulemar on July 13, 2016 :
Top shirt story. When is the next one coming out???
Read and enjoy!
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Review by: David Saxton on April 19, 2012 :
An engrossing read that fills me with a sense of enchantment and desire to head for the misty hills. I agree a longer story is wanted, but I feel the brevity of this tale impacts positively on its potential to feel true. Looking forward to reading more!
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Review by: Jonathan Gruenke on Jan. 8, 2012 :
A good, fun read. Sometimes ancient lore speaks best for itself. The author doesn't twist history so much as let's it live, highly suggest reading this.
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Review by: Diane on Aug. 21, 2011 : (no rating)
I enjoyed this story. Thank you for writing it. The old man was spot on. The only thing I would change is the type of bird. I think hawks are wonderful but if I were choosing a bard bird shouldn't it be one that has a recognizable song?
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Review by: C.J. Schmidt on Aug. 12, 2011 :
Great short story! Would recommend to all. Only wish it could have been longer, would love to spend more time with these caracters and followed them further.
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Review by: Peter Lamb on Sep. 15, 2010 : (no rating)
I read this E-Book on advice from a friend and found it to be easy reading, thought provoking and well written. My only criticism is that it could have been longer, whilst the story was suited to the short format, I would have welcomed more of the same. I liked the mix of first person and fantasy. I would recommend it.
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