|Reviews for The Red and the White|
| Freyalyn chapter 4 . 5/13
Delightful, as ever. Love all the details stuffed in there, from all the usual Arthurian sources. Thank you.
| KsandraMallan chapter 3 . 12/1/2020
I never liked Guinevere. Pleased to see someone taking the Mickey out of her.
| DrFrankenburger chapter 3 . 2/19/2020
Somehow I expected a Lady Godiva riff when the witches ducked into the bushes. I was close to falling around holding my sides at your approach to Morte d'Arthur though. Grand stuff.
| cklammer chapter 2 . 10/3/2019
Thanks for the tutorial on Irish name pronounciation.
| cklammer chapter 1 . 10/3/2019
History repeating itself.
| Brithund chapter 2 . 9/12/2019
Hergenian cursed spelling? Reminds me of the old poem remembered from my old Dodo-pad diary...
Said the great Gaelic poet O'Leary
As he sailed on the boast from Dun Laoghaire
"So little great verse can be written in Erse
As the spelling it makes one so weoriagh..."
AS for balrogs... I wonder if the sort of Discworlder who likes raising swamp dragons regards them as the Disc's dodo, regrettably hounded to extinction?
| Brithund chapter 1 . 9/5/2019
Very nicely done! "Leonora the Explorer" eh? I bet she speaks Ankh-Morporkian with a strong Genua accent and has a "Rescue imp" riding on her shoulders...
The court-trained wizard ... oh dear. I forsee he's in for some shocking experiences, if he turns up his nose at witches ... on their own territory.