KING OF AGES Review

Lavinia Collins Author Page

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King of Ages is a compilation of short stories re-imagining King Arthur across time and space. It features the work of Paola Amaras, Josh Brown, Dale W. Glaser, Doug Goodman, Philip Kuan, David W. LandrumP. Andrew MillerMike Morgan, Alex Ness and David Wiley.The stories begin at the end of time, and move through a series of times and locations, reimagining the once and future king and his court in a variety of different times and places from  the ancient past through the modern times to the far future.

It’s a wonderful collection, and it really speaks volumes as to the endless creativity and potential for reinvention inherent in the Arthurian Legends. There’s really something for everyone. For me, personally, the standout story was P. Andrew Miller’s ‘If This Grail be Holy’ which reimagines Arthur in the oval office. I thought…

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