The Legend of the Morning Star

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Mortal women have always fascinated gods - and wind-spirits have carried news of a beautiful princess to the sun-god, Allyon. But his servant, sent to investigate, falls in love and defies his master. Narrated by the Wind-priest Ches, this is the story of the Morning Star.

(Set in the same universe as "The Bear Prince," this is a fantasy folktale for slightly older ears.) More
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About Elizabeth McCoy

Elizabeth McCoy's fiction has appeared in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword and Sorceress #7, in the "Best In Show" anthology by Sofawolf*, and in the fanzine "Pawprints" (published by Conrad Wong & T. Jordan Peacock). Her tabletop RPG writing is published by Steve Jackson Games. As her author bios in SJ Games' material continually state, she lives in the Frozen Wastelands of New England, with a spouse, child, and assorted cats.

She hopes that her work will be enjoyed, and is always a bit awkward about referring to herself in the third person.

*Best in Show has been re-published as: "Furry!: The Best Anthropomorphic Fiction!" (Fred Patten, ed.)

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Reviews

Gavin Murphy reviewed on Nov. 21, 2013

Very good fairy tale for adults. The author creates good mythology that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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C.R. Rice reviewed on July 20, 2013

The Legend of The Morning Star is another Cymelia book, but it’s dreadfully short. Though it does make up for it with content. It’s even narrated by your favorite priest, Ches. The story itself is about one of the deities of Cymelia, one of his servants, and a beautiful girl. Not much else to say other than it’s worth your money and goes quite well with the rest of the Lord Alchemist series.
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Alex Brett reviewed on July 4, 2013

*Loved* the mythology and the world-building.
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M.C.A. Hogarth reviewed on Oct. 8, 2011
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Creepy in the way that good fairy tales are, this one is believable as a real tale, old and full of warnings. Very nicely executed.
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Yllektra V. reviewed on May 24, 2011

This was intense and adorable.
Well worth a read!
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Conrad Wong reviewed on May 24, 2011
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A fairy tale with a twist. I look forward to reading the universe in which the stories are told.
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