Gawain and Ragnell: A Pendragon Chronicles Short Story

Gawain and Ragnell: A Pendragon Chronicles Short Story Ruth Nestvold
  • Title: Gawain and Ragnell: A Pendragon Chronicles Short Story
  • Author: Ruth Nestvold
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  • Page: 459
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  • Gawain and Ragnell: A Pendragon Chronicles Short Story Ruth Nestvold Gawain and Ragnell A Pendragon Chronicles Short Story Gawain was not only Arthur s champion he was the champion of the ladies as well He loved many women but none too much until one of his lovers told him she intended to marry another man Now a year l
    Gawain was not only Arthur s champion, he was the champion of the ladies as well He loved many women, but none too much until one of his lovers told him she intended to marry another man.Now, a year later, he is running away from his disappointment, traveling north to fight against a mysterious warrior who has taken the hill fort of the lady Ragnell.But there is a mystGawain was not only Arthur s champion, he was the champion of the ladies as well He loved many women, but none too much until one of his lovers told him she intended to marry another man.Now, a year later, he is running away from his disappointment, traveling north to fight against a mysterious warrior who has taken the hill fort of the lady Ragnell.But there is a mystery to Ragnell too, the beauty with the ravaged face And Gawain learns he must solve both mysteries, that of the warrior and that of the lady Publisher s note Gawain and Ragnell is an expanded version of an episode in Shadow of Stone, so readers who have read the second novel of the Pendargon Chronicles will already be familiar with the story The ebook includes an excerpt from the first book in the series, Yseult Gawain and Ragnell is a short story of approximately 17,000 words, or 65 pages.
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    About Ruth Nestvold


    1. Ruth Nestvold has published widely in science fiction and fantasy, her fiction appearing in such markets as Asimov s, FSF, Baen s Universe, Strange Horizons, Realms of Fantasy, and Gardner Dozois s Year s Best Science Fiction Her work has been nominated for the Nebula, Tiptree, and Sturgeon Awards In 2007, the Italian translation of her novella Looking Through Lace won the Premio Italia award for best international work Since 2012, she s been concentrating her efforts on self publishing rather than traditional publishing, although she does still occasionally sell a story the old fashioned way She maintains a web site at ruthnestvold and blogs at ruthnestvold.wordpress.


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    1. Gawain was not only Arthur s champion, he was the champion of the ladies as well He loved many women, but none too much until one of his lovers told him she intended to marry another man.Now, a year later, he is running away from his disappointment, traveling north to fight against a mysterious warrior who has taken the hill fort of the lady Ragnell.But there is a mystery to Ragnell too, the beauty with the ravaged face And Gawain learns he must solve both mysteries, that of the warrior and that [...]

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    2. The only reason I read this was because it was a story about Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnell and I ve never seen a modernized version of that However, this story was well written and I enjoyed the way the author combined the tales of Ragnell and the Green Knight into one, but I just couldn t get into it I should preface this by saying that this is the only experience I ve had with the Pendragon Chronicles, but based on this story alone, I have no interest in reading the rest As well rounded and soli [...]

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    3. Crossposted at Booklikes.I have to admit I almost put this down after reading Gawain muse about hisrelationship with Iseult and Iseult wielding a sword , but I have to say thatI am glad I kept reading This is a nice twist on the Gawain and loathly lady legend It doesn t have that wonderful answer spelled out so directly, but thereis a nice underlying current of I also enjoyed the inclusion of the brothers as well as Gareth s wife Tennyson would approve Actually enjoyed it quite abit.

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    4. Battle and Passions my favorite Written with reserve AND flair Short but enduring My quest for well historical fictions not sated since Marion Summer Bradleys Authurion account from the p.o.v of the WOMEN in his life well met I plan to buy the four book volume next Well done author VS

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    5. Kind of a reverse Beauty and the Beast story, with a beautiful ladies man and a scarred damsel in distress who turns out to be a great help in her own rescuing Romance, excitement, characters of legends, a nicely woven story and a surprising end I liked this novella and all its inhabitants.

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    6. A nice short read but I read it too quickly after book 2 of the Pendragon Chronicles I recommend the first two books but would read this one much later as it is an excerpt with very little difference Unless you just can t get enough of Gawain

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    7. Enjoyed this short piece Really liked the deeper look into Gawain.

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    8. I downloaded Gawain and Ragnell as a free book from A really good novella, the author did a great job of developing the characters and setting the stage for the story.

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