Apr. 24, 2019

Would you really want to live forever?

Doctor Who: The Legends of Ashildr by James Goss et al

Ashildr is a young Viking woman. The day she encountered the enigmatic being called the Doctor, she did not survive. Using alien technology, the Doctor restored Ashildr to life. Now she is The Woman Who Lived, and for all intents and purposes, she is immortal…

The stories in this book are accounts of the adventures Ashildr had over the centuries of her life…

The Arabian Knightmare by James Goss

Ashildr lived many lives, as many different people. In this account, Ash El Dir lived as the woman called Sherade, spinning stories in Baghdad for the King…

The Fortunate Isles by David Llewellyn

It is 1485 and Ash has stowed away on the ship Galgo, captained by Francisco Lopez. The ship and Captain are searching for a Western passage to Asia. After taking on a man, the sole survivor on a derelict ship, they sail Southwest and get more than they bargained for…

The Triple Knife by Jenny T Colgan

It is 1348, and Alys has three children. They travel to a new home in an undisclosed city. There, the run into the Black Death—Bubonic Plague!

The Ghosts of Branscombe Wood by Justin Richards

It is a simple enough challenge, walk through Branscombe Wood to the village. But there are ghosts who always persuade the hiker to take another path. If you don’t obey, You might be driven mad…

I found the stories and the character very well developed. There could be an endless number of stories based on the condition of unending life. I do hope there are more of these tales to come!

I give the book five stars!

Quoth the Raven…

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