The Pendragon Legend. [Translated from the Hungarian by Lili Halįpy]

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Corvina Press, 1963 - 230 pages
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Review: The Pendragon Legend (Seria z Jamnikiem)

User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

Hugely enjoyable: an intelligent, ironic, playful, wistful, multi-layered Welsh-Gothic literary thriller. If you like Carlos Ruiz Zafon and Scooby Doo, you'll love this almost forgotten 1930s gem from Hungarian writer Antal Szerb. Read full review

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User Review  - Ali Miremadi - Goodreads

Clever, funny and wonderfully written. Typical Szerb protagonist in a story which must have been meant as a pastiche of Wilkie Collins, Conan Doyle and Radcliffe and prefigures Umberto Eco and Douglas Adams. And the one liners are pure Wodehouse. All that aside, Szerb has a voice all of his own. Read full review

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