Book: Knaverie - A Medieval Fable (Storyteller) by Elizabeth Wexfordcategories: Book, Medieval History, Fable, Storytelling, Medieval Story, Historical Fantasy
Elizabeth Wexfordabout this book: Cunning leads to knavery. It is but a step from one to the other, and that very slippery. Only lying makes the difference; add that to cunning, and it is knavery.
Ovid 43 BC – 17 AD
A medieval fable from the Realm of Igiely Glooe Poonge, a place of intrigue, romance, adventure, and history.
Intended for an adult audience but suitable for bedtime storytelling, Knaverie is the second tale following the lives of the inhabitants of Igiely Court, the village of Poonge, the Manor of Glooe and the town of Oobangilkto.
Preparations are underway for the wedding of Prince Leofwin and Princess Margana, the couple having been betrothed since birth. The king was in his counting house counting out his money to ensure that he had funds enough to foot the bill for the nuptials. Contrary to popular gossip of the day the queen was not in the parlour eating bread and honey but was, in fact, in the castle kitchens discussing the celebratory menu with chief cook, Cedric, who has created the perfect recipe for Celebration Pie...
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