Yvain: The Knight of the Lion by M.T. Anderson and illustrated by Andrea Offermann ~ Review

Yvain: The Knight of the Lion
My Review:

Yvain is a honorable knight of Arthur's Round Table, he defeats a man in battle and marries his beautiful widow, Lady Laudine. After pledging to return from his wandering ways to his new wife after a year and a day, he loses track of time and finds himself spurned. Determined to win back the love of his wife, he set about to make things right.

Along the way he befriends a lion, saves a local maiden, defeats giants, and fights for his lady's love.

Told in the style of a poetic epic, this is a unique read, illustrated with wonderfully emotive pictures that tell the story where words cannot.

This is a unique read, I enjoyed it from beginning to end, it tells a brave tale of King Arthur's Knight Yvain, who is an honorable man, who knows that he did wrong, and is determined to do everything he can to make it right. Wonderful from beginning to end, this is a beautiful, well told story that comes to life with the illustrations. Definitely recommend for lover of King Arthur's legends.

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