Excalibur, the sword in the stone, knights in shining armor, royalty, love, lust, betrayal, magic... destiny. The Legend of King Arthur--though there are many different versions of it and stories within it--has it all. As one of the few works to escape The Dark Ages and into modern fame and recognition, it is a quintessential peek at the mythology of feudalism.
Arthur's rise and fall encompasses a grand collection of conflicts, from the familial and friendly to the cosmic and cultural--even the supernatural. At the heart of it all is the concept of-- no, the idea-- the character, perhaps of Destiny. In this retelling, Jonathon Kendall will help you understand how exactly "capital-D Destiny" fits into the greater narrative of humankind, and what it means to be Destined, rather than simply destined, by fate.
Jonathon's specialization is writing and communication in all its forms. As a content specialist, it is his job to: read, understand, summarize, teach, and ultimately add to the information offered in self-development books.