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You will laugh, you will cry, you will be better for reading this book.
The fourth and final part of the story, ("The Candle in the Wind"), is the most intense and difficult to read part of the book.
In his novel, T.H. White puts his own spin on the classic story of the life and trials of King Arthur, Merlyn, and Lancelot.
I think it's impossible to give this anything less than a superlative rating. While T.H. White's writing is a bit purplish at times when looking at scenery and other side... Read morePublished 31 minutes ago by Christopher Olive
The writer makes abrubt changes from paragraph to paragraph. Wart willbe an animal in one paragraph and be a boy in the next. The plot is good. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Richard M. Johnson
My brother had to read this for school he told me he enjoyed it.Published 24 days ago by brandy nicole edick
I read this book 40 years ago. When I was in 9th grade. It has always stayed with me. It haunts, it gets into your psyche and you love it. Or you can't follow it and you hate it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Le Grand Chat Rouge
Masterful, rich reading of a great and oddly neglected novel. A deeply moving tragedy with sharp comic edges.Published 1 month ago by Kevin Dearinger
Where does The Once and Future King rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This is one of the best books on Audible! Read more