The length of Homer’s The Odyssey, Odds Bodkin’s original long poem is a high fantasy epic written in iambic tetrameter: eight syllables per line. It features three Canticles, or long songs, each composed in a different rhyme scheme. Each Canticle features 30 or more Cantos, or chapters, that tell the tale.
In a world controlled by harsh ocean wizards who forswear having children, a daughter is born to one who commits the heresy of falling in love. Banished, he raises his child alone until at the age of eighteen, she meets a young man fleeing a different, but equally unforgivable crime. While she swears vengeance for her mother’s murder, he must undo his sin against Nature and regain a lost kingdom. Together they change the world.
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