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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 must say that it's a treat having a kindle to define the meaning behind most words in this book. I am, however, very sad that I have up on this book almost a year ago because I... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ashley Oltman
This book makes you think. Some of it delighted me; some of it horrified me. All of it interested me.Published 7 days ago by lynx
I love Elliot's description of Arthur's childhood with Merlin! This is by far my favorite tale of King Author.Published 9 days ago by S. Dennis
A beautiful, creative, fun, sad exploration of humanism and the difficulty in realizing it.Published 9 days ago by Harry Kresky
I approached this book with a fragmented knowledge of the Arthurian legends. I've climbed the Tor in Glastonbury and walked Maiden Castle in southern England. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Patrick
I first read this book when I was 12, curled up behind a big armchair in the home of my mother's oldest friend, who happened to be an early fan of T. H. Read morePublished 17 days ago by AYJ