With no idea of his real parentage, Arthur grows up in a brothel in Londinium. When he is one day faced with his legacy, he has to come to terms with his future and his past, being drawn into a war he doesn’t want to fight. But he does not have to fight alone. Arthur finds unlikely allies in the Mage, Sir Bedivere, Goosefat Bill and their little army. When he finally meets the monster from his past, he had no idea of its true identity.
To be perfectly honest with you, when I first saw the trailer for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, I thought: ‘Oh, here we go. Another Hollywood action movie with Fantasy.’ Initially, I wasn’t even going to watch it. Until a fellow writer in a German Forum and I began to talk about it, and she told me to go watch the movie. Continue reading “Review: King Arthur – Legend of the Sword”