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A chance encounter with a party of Elves introduces Kirðral, daughter of the chieftain of the Gaiad, to Gilthol, the son of the high king of the Elves. Gilthol confronts Kirðral's father and asks for permission to wed her. What erupts is a mighty conflict between the two rival races threatening to keep Gilthol and Kirðral apart. But love may have other plans.
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Published December 28th 2011 by Smashwords (first published December 27th 2011)
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Vicki Wilson
I have always been a fan of the great poets like Yeats ect. Over the years I have meticulously sifted through all of them in order to find the ones I like best. The ones I want to and have to read again and again. The ones that pack the hardest punch and bleed all over the pages - the classics. Modern poetry has always left me feeling a little bit hollow and not quite satisfied. Most lacking that one thing I can not quite put my finger on.

Enter "The Lay..." What a beautiful piece of poetry heav
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Sally
Lay of Gilthol & Kirõral is a collection of poems about the world of Fae.

I don’t usually read poems but I enjoyed these poems for the descriptive world that Hendrickson portrayed and with the theme of tragic lovers and forbidden love throughout it gave a sense of Romeo and Juliet, fae style.
Krista D.
There is very little poetry that appeals to me anymore. I like my old-style poems and prose, and haven't really found anything modern that's done for me what the old ones have.

Until now.

I will need to re-read this a couple more times because I'm sure I missed lots. I was really just swept away with the beauty of the language and the skill that went into this.

Outstanding.
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Kevis Hendrickson is an aspiring filmmaker and the author of six Science Fiction and Fantasy novels, including The Legend of Witch Bane and the Rogue Hunter series. His second novel Rogue Hunter: Quest of the Hunter won the Red Adept Annual Indie Award (2010) for 'Top Science Fiction'. His most recent novel is Rogue Hunter: Life Force. The fourth book in the series, Rogue Hunter: Longshot, is sche ...more
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