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Morgan is My Name by Sophie Keetch

Morgan is My Name by Sophie Keetch

Phill got me Morgan is My Name for Jolabokaflod this year, knowing that I'm a fan of Morgan le Fay.

Let me start by saying that I was not disappointed.

The story begins with her birth, really, progressing through childhood, then her teen years, followed by early adulthood. The writing was very good and kept the story moving quickly, even with so much time passing. It never felt rushed or that things were glossed over.

I've read a few Arthurian retellings, including The Story of King Arthur and His Knights by Howard Pyle and The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. I've even put Morgan in my Call of the Fae series (though she is quite different as I fit her into my own world, filled with Fae and fae creatures.)

Anyway, if you're looking for a good Arthurian retelling focused on one of my favorite witch/sorceresses from fiction, give this one a try.

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