This book is the sixth in the series.
Personally, I think that was why the tv series 'Buffy' was always better than its spinoff 'Angel', because it had more strong, likeable female characters.
I was once again pleased with Mr. Morris' retelling of an Arthurian legend in THE PRINCESS, THE CRONE, AND THE DUNG-CART KNIGHT.
I cried when this series ended. It is a fast-paced, witty, intelligent, and fun new take on King Arthur and his round table, the knights, Merlin, and the enchanting world of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shaley Furr
She is just thirteen when she sees Queen Guinivere kidnapped. Having met the kind queen and the knight accompanying her, Sarah realizes that what has happened to her new friends. Read morePublished 15 months ago by RE Krause
Sarah has one of the best character arcs in all of Gerald Morris' books, and if you've read the previous books, you should enjoy seeing familiar characters again.Published 23 months ago by Kristin
The title of this review is my favorite line from The princess, the crone, and the dung-cart knight by Gerald Morris, edited to conform with Amazons no obscenity policy. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by A. DeNeal
I absolutley loved this book. It walks a fine line between serious and funny, and you feel good when you're done reading it. Read morePublished on October 1, 2008 by Viviane K
Morris here introduces some darker themes: cruelty, anti-Semitism, vengeance and hatred. There's humor, but the book also shows some of the harsh reality of the Middle Ages -- and... Read morePublished on May 23, 2008 by Inquiring Mind
The Princess, the Crone, and the Dung-Cart Knight is a GREAT book!
In this story the heroine, Sarah, is an orphan. Read more