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Dawnflight (The Dragon's Dove Chronicles Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It has a strong female protagonist who isn't afraid to speak her mind and isn't afraid to wield a sword. There is romance with just a tad of detail, which I could handle. The characters are well defined, and the world building is decent. There are vivid and exciting battles, and though there are religious undertones throughout the tale, it is a vital part in understanding some of the trials Gyan and Arthur had to face, and definitely added to my interest in their plight. I would recommend this book to anyone into Arthurian historical fiction.
I have long loved stories of King Author, and it didn't matter if it was his boyhood or old and time for his son to take over when he died. This has been one of the best, Kim Headlee has certainly researched for historical authenticity and details. She has also managed to keep Gyan (Guinevere) as a warrior since by birth and training she is a Caledonian Chieftainess but due to Authors deafening her people she was to marry a Brytoni. With hardly much time for choice she found herself betrothed to Urien ,son of her clans deadliest enemy. Though he tries to hide the contempt he feels for her and her family and clan. Early warnings to maybe not trust him..he wants to break her spirit because she is as confident on the battlefield as in the room full of ladies. Gyan is to go to school on the Isle of Maun, when finished she is to be wed. But she meets Author and they fall in love, though it is Author's own law that has her betrothed to Urien, since Author's mixed blood stops him from leading his mother's clan. But he is determined to have her for his own, even if the cost is conflict, or can he get him to call it off. When Gyan gets to the school ,she runs into Morghe (Morgana, Authors half sister) ,Angusel (Lancelot). When the Irish attack the school Gyan,Author, Urien, Morghe, and Angusel were forced to help defend it. There is where Gyan really started noticing what Urien was really like, but even though she had been warned that she would die from a Brytoni man she was going to but she wanted Author. There is a worse problem a Scots Laird wants their lands so Author, Gyan and Urien must band together or lose all they love and hold dear. Kim uses lots of descriptive quotes, phases of the time period, three languages. It is a terrific job of keeping it as true to the time as she could . I look forward to more of her stories.
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When I read the description for Dawnflight, I was immediately intrigued by the idea of Gyan, traditionally known...Read more