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User Review  - cyderry - LibraryThing

This story was the start of the Arthurian tale - the marriage of Igraine of Avalon to Uther Pendragon. Igraine's daughter by a Roman duke, Morgaine is sent to Avalon while her son Arthur is guarded against injury so that he can grow to become the high king. An interesting concept of the myth. Read full review

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User Review  - aryadeschain - LibraryThing

To be quite honest, I wasn't exactly "moved" by the first book, but this one managed to be pretty nice. There are obviously no changes in the narrative and you can still find several grammar mistakes ... Read full review

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User Review  - scote23 - LibraryThing

This was on my summer reading list for my freshman year of high school. I remember that I felt like it was my first exposure to King Arthur. I also thought it was a little racy for freshmen, but maybe I was naive! Read full review

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User Review  - NeitherNora - LibraryThing

Well, I didn't realize going into this book that it would be such a feminist retelling of the tales. Not that there's anything wrong with that -- I was just unprepared for 800 pages of not-so ... Read full review

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User Review  - jarvenpa - LibraryThing

(I'm interested to see my eldest son gave it 5 stars, way to go). I'm entranced, like many, by just about any version of the Arthurian saga, and this new take on it all from the perspective of the ... Read full review

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Enjoyed reading about the tale of King Arthur from the woman's point of view. A lot of characters to keep track of and the novel was repetitive at times. That didn't take away from a vivid tale of the times and beliefs during the the time of King Arthur. Wish the times were a little more pleasant, but the tension in the story kept me turning the pages. I enjoyed the message of times changing and the old ways drifting into the fog, but not without a fight. This line of thought feels very relevant to the the times we are living in today. 

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User Review  - AntT - LibraryThing

I liked this very much when I read it; Bradley did a masterful job with the legend. Read full review

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User Review  - AntT - LibraryThing

I liked this very much when I read it; Bradley did a masterful job with the legend. Read full review


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