In the tradition of T. H. White’s The Once and Future King, the author makes use of the prerequisites of the Arthurian legend: Excalibur, the Holy Grail, Lancelet’s illicit love for Gwenhwyfar, the destruction of Camelot, but with a twist—she presents the entire panoramic story from the female point of view. No passive bystanders, these earthy priestesses from Avalon literally breathe life into a musty, oft-told tale. In book one: Mistress of Magic, the Lady of the Lake—Viviane—brings about the marriage of her younger sister Igraine to Uther Pendragon. Their only child, Arthur, is believed to be the last hope in the long-standing war between Saxons and Romans. Download and start listening now!