This story, basically, takes the original and makes it easier and more interesting to read.
All but about three of the stories were very bad because they didn't have good plots and they were very boring to read.
The book was also quite interesting and gave adequate information and detail without having excessive writing.
My daughter chose this book for a summer read and said that it was ok.Published 4 months ago by Momof2
Rosemary Sutcliff does a good job of telling the individual stories of Arthur's knights in this classic Arthurian legend. Read morePublished on August 31, 2010
There are countless retellings and adaptations concerning the life and times of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and I'm not even close to having read all of them. Read morePublished on July 3, 2009 by R. M. Fisher
In these legends little seems fixed: I had read in several other versions that Morgan Le Fay , the younger sister of Arthur was the mother of Modred
and that he was fostered... Read more
The recreation of ancient cultures serves as a favorite vehicle
for Rosemary Sutcliff, who has portrayed the ancient Celts and Romans in Britain. Read more
Sutcliff here tells the story of the young Arthur Pendragon, and how he
comes to be king of Britain, in the manner of the Sword in the Stone. Read more
Rosemary Sutliff acknowledges in the preface of the book that this story really is a myth, albeit a myth built around a real person. Read morePublished on October 24, 2006 by Chatelaine
The sword and the circle
The sword and the circle is about a young knight that finds out he is the true king of Brittan when he pulls a magical sword out of a enchanted... Read more
The Sword and the Circle by Rosemary Sutcliff is a very interesting book. It is about a boy named Arthur Pendragon, son of both Utha Pendragon and Igraine Pendragon. Read morePublished on June 6, 2006