The Road to Avalon

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New American Library, 1989 - Fiction - 422 pages
18 Reviews
Never before has the telling of the story of Arthur and the beautiful Morgan been so vivid or moving. With exquisitely drawn characters, Joan Wolf creates an intoxicating romantic fantasy. A legend and a tale vigorous with heroic deeds and glowing with wondrous love are brought close enough for readers to experience all the unforgettable emotions of Avalon . . . and all the magical moments of Camelot.

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Review: The Road to Avalon (Dark Ages of Britain #1)

User Review  - Mark Wong - Goodreads

It isn't as good as the great Arthurian romances. As others have noted it seems a trifle rushed in places. I especially felt that the ending was far far too abrupt. Would have liked it a lot more if we had more insight into what was going on in the characters' heads. Read full review

Review: The Road to Avalon (Dark Ages of Britain #1)

User Review  - Teena - Goodreads

It has been a while since I have read this book but I have enjoyed it every time I read it. Seeing a new perspective on Morgan's story is refreshing and touching at the same time. I would recommend it ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1989)

Joan Wolf lives in Milford, Connecticut, with her husband and two children. In her spare time she rides her horse, walks her dog, and roots fanatically for the New York Yankees and UConn Huskies.

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