[Free eBook] I, Morgana by Felicity Pulman [Arthurian Historical Fantasy]

I, Morgana by Australian author Felicity Pulman is her standalone Arthurian historical fantasy novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Pan Macmillan Australia’s Momentum imprint.

This novel tells the life and times of the titular character throughout her role in the legend of King Arthur, and is being offered free to promote the author’s newly-released unrelated Arthurian timeslip fantasy novel The Once and Future Camelot. Offered worldwide @ Amazon, and may still be available at other retailers as well.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon.

This also was free earlier at several other retailers, and may still be at some of the stores in your region if you want to check, but seems to be expiring off of the promo today, unfortunately: Kobo, iTunes, Google Play, eBooks.com (sometimes Momentum repeats their freebies if the author has another new book coming out)

Description
You know my name, but you don’t know my story …

After being schooled in magic by Merlin and promised a kingdom, Morgana is robbed of her birthright and betrayed by everyone she has ever trusted and loved. Risking everything for revenge, Morgana uses her magical arts to trap Merlin, threaten her half-brother King Arthur, and turn away the only man she will ever love. In her quest to destroy Arthur and Camelot, Morgana sets in motion a catastrophe that threatens the future of her world. Can she put things right before it’s too late, or has she sealed their fate forever?

This is the untold story of Morgan le Fay, one of the most enigmatic—and reviled—characters in Arthurian legend.

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