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Eternal Myths

(The Camelot Immortals #0.5)

4.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Want to know a secret?
Camelot existed, but it never died.

Nimue, Merlin’s ex-everything, is just an immortal witch trying to get by in this modern world. Too bad the past won’t stay where it belongs. Buried.

For the first time, read both of the Camelot Immortals short stories Legendary Debts and Grail Days in one book.

Legendary Debts: Merlin’s back and up to his old tricks.
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Published June 1st 2020
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Jonathan Pongratz
Sep 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Original review at Jaunts & Haunts


I gave this ebook five fantastic stars!

Man oh man did I love this book! 

Eternal Myths is a two-part short story collection focused on a main character Nimue and other recognizable characters from Camelot. Magic has made Nimue and others immortal, but just because life has been drab for a century or two doesn't mean something crazy isn't lurking around the corner! 

I enjoyed everything about these stories. 

The characters were great. Nimue is a no-nonsense chara
Lorinda Taylor
Jul 31, 2020 rated it really liked it
This light-hearted foray into Arthurian myths is based on the premise that all the characters from the Camelot tales were immortal and so have lived into the present day. How tedious would life become without wizardry and power? It falls to Nimue to put a stop to a major plot involving the Grail.
This pair of tales is a fast read that induces a few chuckles along the way:
“Two hours later, we took a break from successive and unsuccessful spell casting and prepared some lunch. I reheated some lefto
Andrew Rowe
Oct 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing

I picked this book up back in June, but the pandemic blues got the better of my reading life. I did not really give it a shot until yesterday. I previously read and reviewed Visions and Nightmares, a book by the same author which is probably more seasonally appropriate, given the whole impending Samhain thing.

Review - 5/5

This book was fun, plain and simple. Like Stewart's other book that I've read, Visions and Nightmares, the focus is on women characters - in this case, a first-person ac
Jul 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Liked these two stories and the alternate twist of fiction placing the main characters, the women of Camelot fame: Nimue, Elaine, Morgan la Fay, Vivienne, their starring roles. Nimue has always intrigued me, depicted as a scarlet witch, seductress of Merlin, sneaky and, malevolent. the unique environment of contemporary times, their connectedness, and their shared treatment in the worlds of myths and men. Merlin escapes his prison, and the Grail is loose. These lovely women must return the Grail ...more
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I'm from Nova Scotia, Canada, and I write speculative fiction (fantasy, sci-fi, horror), as well as poetry. I have been plying the trade for several years, periodically interrupted by those pesky events from life.
I have published independently and authored such books as the Saga of the Outer Islands series, the Killers and Demons series, Fairy Tale Fusion, and Ruined City. I've also had stories pu

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