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Gay Knights and Horny Heroes: Tales from the Court of King Arthur by [Gouda, Michael]
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Length: 73 pages

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Product Details

  • File Size: 257 KB
  • Print Length: 73 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 12, 2011)
  • Publication Date: April 12, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004WG5AOO
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #641,296 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was for sure an unexpected novel; I have to admit, I opened it lured by the cover and the title, expecting to read a light tale and instead I closed it with a bittersweet taste in my soul and maybe even a tears or two wanting to fall down.

Sure, the story starts in the most "naughty" way, imagining an all male court of Camelot, where the mighty Knights of King Arthur enjoy the naked beauty of young servants; the same King Arthur has an open and joyful relationship with Sir Lancelot and so his various knights with squires or peasants, depending on each man preferences.

Each chapter is a tale of a different knight, Lancelot, Gareth, Peveril, Ulric, Quentin and so on; while introducing the different knight, the author maintains a light tone, focusing on the different relationship each knight intertwines with their chosen partner. But more or less at the middle of the book, with the starting of the betrayal of Sir Morion, the previous favourite knight of King Arthur before the newly arrived Sir Lancelot took his place, the tone suddenly change, so suddenly that I almost didn't have the time to realize it, and the end was even more a punch in the gut for that reason.

I'm not saying it was a full drama, but it resembles more some troubadour tale (and sometime they were not happily ever after tale) than the light romance I thought I was reading. In a way I think this change in tone made the story more epic and poetic, so that it will probably appeal to a more literary reader than a full romance would have been.
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Quite impressive work! An interesting twist on the Arthurian legend. Mr. Gouda paints a very detailed picture of life around the Knights of the Roundtable. Thumbs up!
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i liked this representation of the gallant Knights of King Arthurs Round Table as being gay. I believe if one was around in those days you would find bisexualtity was more the common practice. Although the Knights were the "Stars" of the timrs and thus chased by women they also spent long days and nights alone practicing their skillls. Becoming horny they did it with whom ever was available. Michael Gouda tells the tale of these Gentleman having sex with each other. Way hot! Great depictions of their equiptment and activeties. Buy it you won't be disapointed.

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Light and fluffy reading and not heavy with plot. If you are looking for light entertainment and enjoy the twists on fairy tale this book would be good for you.
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superficial
no depth in character development. stopped reading after a few pages. "literature" equivalent of a Russian porn movie. cheap
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