The Lay of Gilthol and Kirðral

Kevis Hendrickson

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The Lay of Gilthol and Kirðral

The Lay of Gilthol and Kir ral A chance encounter with a party of Elves introduces Kir ral daughter of the chieftain of the Gaiad to Gilthol the son of the high king of the Elves Gilthol confronts Kir ral s father and asks for p

  • Title: The Lay of Gilthol and Kirðral
  • Author: Kevis Hendrickson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A chance encounter with a party of Elves introduces Kir ral, daughter of the chieftain of the Gaiad, to Gilthol, the son of the high king of the Elves Gilthol confronts Kir ral 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 Kir ral apart But love may have other plans.

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    1. Vicki Wilson on said:

      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 heaven. [...]

    2. Sally on said:

      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.

    3. Krista D. on said:

      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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