- Diana Gabaldon on 'The Last Days of Magic': a well-constructed video game on paper
- Thus, we get lists of combatants that would make Homer weep with envy and occurrences like Queen Gormflaith, mentioned on Page 247 leading her forces into battle, and again five pages later when her death is casually reported.
- Up a family tree
- Right before dinner I'd experienced a major frisson when the Marys, Johns and Elizabeths petered out and names like Gormflaith, Corcc and Lachtnae began to replace them. Was it possible that I was heading into pre-Christian times?
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