Tag Archives | Arthurian
Book two in The Lion Hunters. After the loss of her family Goewin is forced to flee Britain. In the […]
Posted on 10 June 2012 | By Fence
Book one in The Lion Hunters Although this book doesn’t really have any fatastical elements, I am still counting it […]
Posted on 3 June 2012 | By Fence | 2 responses
Sitting in Angelina’s Tavern, Eddie LaCrosse’s winter evening is suddenly disturbed by a delivery. The delivery of a coffin to […]
Posted on 10 November 2011 | By Fence
ISBN: 9780439955331 LibraryThing | Author’s site Some stories will never stop being retold. How many different versions of the Arthurian […]
Posted on 21 January 2010 | By Fence | 3 responses
I was neither a stranger in this territory, nor familiar with it. The last time I had passed this way, the route into the wilderness of forest and snow that was the northern land of Pohjola had been an open gorge, guarded by nothing more sinister than white foxes, chattering mink and dark-winged carrion birds.
suppose that you are thinking that a series entitled The Merlin Codex might be about the Merlin of the Arthurian legend. If so, and you are expecting Camelot to make an appearance in this book, you are in for a surprise. Yes, the main protagonist is Merlin, but he isn’t the character you might have expected. Instead, although very old he is also quite young. In appearance at least. And instead of serving or advising Kind Arthur he travels with Jason of the Greek myths. The book is set hundreds of years after the quest for the Golden Fleece, and the love affair with Medea and the resulting tragedy, but Jason is not dead. He has been kept in a sort of suspended non-life by the magic of his ship, the Argus, and now Merlin has returned to bring him back to life. Merlin, you see, has discovered that Medea did not actually kill her two sons.
Posted on 3 April 2007 | By Fence | 4 responses
ISBN: 0140316884 5 Vol.s in one Over Sea, Under Stone The Dark Is Rising Greenwitch The Grey King Silver On […]
Posted on 18 February 2006 | By Fence
ISBN: 0586215239 It is always hard to review the middle book of a trilogy. I don’t want to give anything […]
Posted on 18 August 2005 | By Fence
ISBN: 0586215220 Book 1 of 3 The Fionavar Tapestry This is a reread for me, the reason being that we […]
Posted on 14 August 2005 | By Fence
This film suffered from many poor reviews. Both from critics and, in my case, from friends who found it boring. Course I don’t read reviews before I go see films, I try to make up my own mind. Still I wasn’t expecting a lot from this film.
I’ve never really been a huge fan of Arthur films. First Knight was really really crap, imo, and Excaliber was a bit wierd. Plus there is the whole Monty Python thing
So why’d I go to see it?
Ray Winstone of course!