I read this book back in my college days and loved it! Before Gregory Maquire, Helen Oyeyemi, Neil Gaiman and countless YA writers others hopped on the “Reimagining of Fairy Tales” bandwagon, Marion Zimmer Bradley did it. And did it well. This book was published in 1982 and is still pretty freaking awesome. She takes everything you know about Arthurian myth (because… it IS a myth) and tells it from the point of view of Morgaine. It is a lot of fun and good reading.
“A retelling of Arthurian legend from a female POV. Lovely writing and required reading for feminists.”