A Queen's Tale

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The souls of Arthurian legend were bound to return again. They know the truth of those times and they know the coming danger in this time. Old souls reborn and reunited. Gwyn is one of those souls, struggling to find her place in the world to combat the growing darkness. More
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Words: 21,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301713660
About Justine Dee

Justine Dee, aka The Princess Bard, is the author of The Tales of the Wiccad, the Shadow of Avalon series, and is seemingly a conduit for an endless stream of stories and voices.
Wiccad is Justine's passion. She believes that being Wiccad is not just about phenomenal cosmic power as in the books but about finding the power within ourselves. Justine is on a journey to find her power and to find her light so she can light up her Kingdom. She is passionate about helping others to do the same and to be the best version of themselves that they can be.
She lives and writes in the mystical land of New Zealand, where she dances when lacking in inspiration, sings loudly and often, and is usually happily lost in the realms of myth, legend, and fantasy.
When she returns to reality she is a huge fan of dark chocolate covered almonds, cheese, fairy tales, myths, black cats and dragons.

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Review by: David H. Keith on Dec. 08, 2012 :
Ms. Dee has written a fascinating story, although it left me more than a bit disappointed. Not that it was poorly written - more on that in a bit, though - but that it ended much too soon. Anyone who enjoys the Arthurian legend will be as hooked on this - and as anxious to read more of the story - as I found myself.

Sadly, I found the story a bit difficult to read because of horrendous grammatical and style errors. I am sorry about that, too, as it truly is a memorable and remarkable story. Ms. Dee only hurt herself by letting this go without making sure the details were taken care of. I'd love to give her a high rating, but I simply cannot; however, I do recommend her book to anyone interested in things Arthurian.

David H. Keith
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