What Others Say
A. A. Attanasio, he of the mystical insights and capacious world-hoard…proves that old myths never die, as long as they have brilliant bards to reinvent them.
Isaac Asimov’s Magazine
The Wolf and the Crown
Attanasio continues the epic fantasy, begun in The Dragon and the Unicorn (HarperPrism: Harper Collins, 1996), with the story of young Arthor on his journey to Camelot… Recommended especially for fantasy collections where The Dragon and the Unicorn was popular.
The Eagle and the Sword
Attanasio mixes Arthurian lore with Norse gods, modern physics and sundry faerie creatures in this literary, passionate novel. There has been nothing else quite like it.
The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror
The Dragon and the Unicorn
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