The Squire's Quest

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 275 pages
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Why is it, Terence wondered, that the things you know most surely are always the things you can’t demonstrate to any one else?

And why is it, after all of these years, that Terence is still just a squire, offering advice on how best to scrub the rust spots from armor? But Squire Terence has more to worry about than his place on the social scale. For all the peace and prosperity that has made England famous across Europe, Terence is uneasy. After nearly six months without contact with the World of the Faeries – not even from his old friend, the mischievous sprite Robin – Terence is sure something is rotten in King Arthur's court.

 

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User Review  - themulhern - LibraryThing

I think the author is having difficulty arriving at an ending...the afterword seemed more interesting than the tale itself. Read full review

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I've read this book so many times, it's hard to write a review! I adored it, because it's Gerald Morris, and also because Terence returns. It's got a darker feel than the others in the series, but I ... Read full review

Contents

Terence and Eileen
3
Alexander of Constantinople
25
The Secret Prince
47
The Wooing of Lady Sarah
71
The Battle of Windsor
87
Athens
113
CLIGES
139
The Elixir of Good Dreads
141
The Duke of Saxony
167
The Tournament of Peace
183
Questing
208
The Courtly Love of Cliges and Fenice
233
Bringing All Things to Light
254
Authors Note
273
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About the author (2009)

Gerald Morris lives in Wausau, WI, where he is a pastor and academic.

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