Re: Camelot Part One: The Descendant of the King
King Arthur is one of my favorite literary legends. I’ve read lots of variations and this one delivers on so many levels. Potentially spoilerish comments follow.
Young Arthur is an orphan and outcast at the private school his guardian sent him to. That all changes when he walks through a door and finds himself on the planet of Avalon. He quickly learns that not only is Avalon the birthplace of the real life King Arthur and Merlin stories he grew up on, but that he himself is a descendant of King Arthur.
Darkness of old has returned to threaten the kingdoms of Avalon and Arthur is the only one who can wield Excalibur to defeat it. Now he must race to reunite Excalibur with the sacred weapons used by the original Knights of the Round Table.
The only negative I have about this story is I need the next installment. Like, really must have it.
Grab your copy on Amazon now.
You can check out my interview with E.C. Fisher here.
Here’s a few of the things I have learned about my daughter in the few weeks since she turned two.
1: If you stub your toe and exclaim “Shit”, your two year old will constantly repeat said word at inappropriate moments, making you feel like the worst parent ever.
2: You can spend longer than ten minutes “dumping” imaginary buckets of water in the sink or bathtub.
3: Farting is just as funny to a two year old girl as it is to males of all ages.
4: Falling asleep requires clutching one of Daddy’s earlobes in between your fingers. When the Kung fu grip starts to relax, it’s time to place toddler in her bed and RUN!
5: Lastly, (for now) if you have a sore back and move stiffly in the presence of your toddler, they will parade in front of you exaggerating your motion.
Bonus: Even bald Daddies can have their hair styled by a two year old.
Hatching The Phoenix Egg
(Mare Tranquillitatis Series Book 2)
Joel Horn takes his precocious band of misfit geniuses from ”Lost Coast Rocket” (see my review here) to the next level in this exciting sequel. I always try to stay spoiler free in my reviews but…
A trip to Jupiter, epic science, world ending comet, and a trip home nearly missed while his own government decides to take him out of the sky. Top this off with a deeply held secret finally revealed to his true love (aside from the science of course)…
Life’s never been so precious, or complicated, for Ken O’Brien.
If you enjoyed “Lost Coast Rocket”, you should pick up this sequel right away.
Find it on Amazon.