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Parsival: Or, A Knight's Tale

Parsival: Or, A Knight's Tale

by Richard Monaco

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Overview

The classic tale of one of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table is thrillingly reimagined in this gritty, contemporary novel.

Richard Monaco has taken a slice of the Arthurian legend and created a thoroughly modern-minded re-imagining of the classic tale. Colorful medieval settings blend with a hard-edged look at human foibles and a romantic story of love and loss is narrated with a lean, contemporary sensibility to form a new, but still ageless, adventure that anyone can enjoy. 


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ISBN-13: 9781480499935
Publisher: Open Road Media
Publication date: 04/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 1,043,487
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Richard Monaco has written several fiction and nonfiction books, including Parsival or a Knight’s Tale, The Grailwar, The Final Quest, Bizarre America 2, and The Dracula Syndrome. He has also written plays, novellas, screenplays, and poetry. Monaco is the director of the Author Development Agency and helped found the Adele Leone Literary Agency. He was also the director of Wildstar Books, the editor in chief of New York Poetry Magazine, and taught for the New School for Social Research and Mercy College.
Richard Monaco has written several fiction and nonfiction books, including Parsival or a Knight’s TaleThe GrailwarThe Final QuestBizarre America 2, and The Dracula Syndrome. He has also written plays, novellas, screenplays, and poetry. Monaco is the director of the Author Development Agency and helped found the Adele Leone Literary Agency. He was also the director of Wildstar Books, the editor in chief of New York Poetry Magazine, and taught for the New School for Social Research and Mercy College.

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