I don't want to spoil anything for someone who doesn't know this story, but this three-parter has everything: sneering villains, valiant heroes, monster fights, love, loss, betrayal, and someone shoving dragon tongues down their pants despite that not remotely being the best way to transport dragon tongues. It's the long-requested original story of Tristan and Isolde.
The creature is just a hungry snail...who also happens to be four stories tall and in possession of mouth tentacles.
"Tartaruga" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Um Pepino" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Ranch Hand" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Nocturne Op 27 No 1" by Podington Bear
"Tortoise Shell" by Podington Bear
"Cracked Nut Suite" by Podington Bear
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Some light allusions to sex between two characters.
I just found this podcast, and I love it! My son and I are reading “The Boy’s King Arthur” and we’ve been making our way through Tristan’s loooong story. This podcast cleared up many, many questions. The book removed all reference to sex (which, because of the audience was fine), which means that there was no context for practically all of Tristan’s adventures. Thank you!