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A re-imagining of the classic Anglo-Saxon tale Beowulf. This fantasy retelling covers Beowulf's confrontation with Grendel's mother and the aftermath, as she is an unearthly creature that cannot be killed by normal means. The Queen of the Danes, Wealthow, may hold the answer in her strange visions and precognition, which will certainly be needed after the monster's mother' ...more
Kindle Edition, 39 pages
Published November 30th 2013
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