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Author Dee Morrison Meaney proudly presents her captivating Arthurian-themed novel

This book will be featured at the upcoming 2020 Tucson Festival of Books.

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In all the lands of Arthur’s Britain, no knight could outshine Tristan of Lyonnesse. Fierce in battle, gentle on the strings of the harp, unequaled in the hunt, notorious in Tintagel’s bedrooms, he seemed bound for a glorious destiny and found it in the court of his uncle, King Mark, who named him to the throne of Cornwall. For Mark, Tristan risked his life in bloody combat with the dread Morholt. For Mark, Tristan journeyed to the sorcery-ridden land of Ireland to kill a dragon and win Mark a bride. Tristan loved his king. But he loved the king’s wife more.

RG Booklist reviewed this book on October 1st, 1985, writing that “This retelling of the tale of Tristan and Iseult is a good addition to the growing body of contemporary Arthurian fantasy. Meaney’s effective use of language and touches of originality in her characterization enhance the Celtic magic of her story without distorting the material beyond acceptable limits. This is both a readable novel and a respectable reiteration of the original tale. Recommended for most fantasy collections.”
Support her novel “Dreams That Are Done: A Medieval Tale of Tragic Love from the Court of Eleanor of Aquitane” by attending the exhibit it as she presents it at on March 14th-15th at the upcoming 2020 Tucson Festival of Books at the University of Arizona.
“Dreams That Are Done: A Medieval Tale of Tragic Love from the Court of Eleanor of Aquitane” is also available on Amazon. Grab a copy today!
Dreams That Are Done: A Medieval Tale of Tragic Love from the Court of Eleanor of Aquitane
Author | Dee Morrison Meaney
Publisher | Amazon
Published Date | April 21, 2019
Genre | Fiction/Medieval
ISBN-10 | 9781792791185
Paperback Price | $11.25
About the Author
All of the books I have written, the Branwen trilogy and “Dreams That Are Done,” explore the edge between reality and fantasy, an edge I love. I believe it is the same edge that readers of Tolkien love. There may be a dragon in this story but it is still necessary to sail in a boat or ride a horse to get from here to there.  And who is to say that there were never dragons and that, once upon a time, Beowulf and Tristan killed the last two?

The story of Tristan and Iseult is a fabulous tale which can be traced to the court of Eleanor of Aquitaine. It was originally published as “Iseult.” This new edition is titled “Dreams That Are Done.” The story remained only very slightly altered.

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