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    Mike Ashley(Author)

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A superb collection of stories of magic and adventure from the golden age of Arthurian legend by bestselling writers.Enter into the darker realms of the age of the Knights of the Round Table, when magic held sway and Merlin vied with Arthur’s heroic new world.Included are: Jane Yolen on Merlin’s youth and coming of age; Marion Zimmer Bradley on Nimuë, Merlin’s lover and doom; Charles de Lint on Merlin’s influence through the centuries; Darrell Schweitzer on the legends of Merlin’s birth; plus stories by Tanith Lee, Peter Tremayne, Phyllis Ann Karr, Jennifer Roberson, and many others.There is also a detailed introduction by Mike Ashley on the mystery and magic of Merlin and his world.

Anybody interested in this fascinating cycle of stories will be impressed ... There is something for every Arthurian fan in here. (

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  • PDF | 512 pages
  • Mike Ashley(Author)
  • Robinson (24 Sept. 2009)
  • English
  • 4
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By A. Raeburn on 25 October 2009

    Excellent anthology.....edited by Mike Asley so you know you are in good hands!Merlin is perhaps the most interesting player in the Arthurian saga....each author can explore the ambiguities.Was he a good man forced to do bad things? Were his motives selfless? How great were his powers? Was he a charlatan or a genuine seer?These questions are explored by a variety of authors in a variety of styles,from a variety of eras. You won't enjoy every story here,but there are enough gems to make it a must-have for all Camelot nuts!

  • By michelle blakemore on 13 March 2013

    really pleased with this it was for my daugter to give to her friend as a birthday present , i think she wanted it her self!

  • By Denise Green on 10 September 2013

    Really captures the magic. A very good read, I'm thoroughly enjoying this. Would recommend it to any fan of Arthur legends

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