The Dragon and the Unicorn (Arthor, #1) by A.A. Attanasio

The Dragon and the Unicorn has 1139 ratings and 85 reviews. Angela said: Whatever I was expecting when I first read this book was completely blown out o.. .

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Overuse of Arthurian materials in current genre fantasy would pose a challenge for any novelist, but Attanasio develops a noteworthy, unique cosmology. Known  …

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The first volume of the Arthurian fantasy series, The Perilous Order of Camelot, The Dragon and the Unicorn answers the mythic question, Who were King …

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In another outlandish fantasy (The Moon’s Wife, 1993, etc.), Attanasio attempts to blend cosmology with Tolkienesque creationism, Christianity, …

A. A. Attanasio – Wikipedia

Alfred Angelo Attanasio, born on September 20, 1951, in Newark, New Jersey, is an author of … The Dragon and the Unicorn (1994); The Eagle and the Sword ( 1997), published in the U.K. as Arthor (1995); The Wolf and the Crown, published  …

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Everywhere I look I see a unicorn. The trouble is, I’m starting to see the dark side of the unicorn: Venture capitalists and the limited partners who …