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T.A. Barron's final book in the Lost Years series is indeed one of his best.
The imagery and emotion that the author is able to convey throughout this book, and all of the books for that matter, is simply amazing.
It is a tale of love and friendship, of hope and despair, of defeat and triumph, of revenge and forgiveness.
T.A. Barron does a fantastic job of getting into the mind of Merlin, he really helps you see how childhood Merlin grew up and challenges how you think about adult Merlin.Published 5 months ago by David Wallace
This book is a delightful story where the writers skills take your imagination on a wonderful journey to worlds long forgotten and hidden in mystery. Delightful for all ages.Published 9 months ago by C. Shepherd
My fiance had the entire collection except this one. The book was in great condition and he loves it. Very happy with this purchase.Published 9 months ago by Murph
I really like this series it's a great addition. I received my book quickly and everything went smooth. I would highly recommend itPublished 11 months ago by John Wickham
This is the definitive series on the life and times of Merlin. T.A. Barron has created the world of Merlin we all wanted to know about. I love this seriesPublished 12 months ago by K. M. Filkins-Sanders
After the rather disappointing The Mirror of Merlin (The Lost Years of Merlin Book 4) Barron gets the story back on track in a truly magical conclusion that does justice to the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Emily J. Morris
The books are new and in perfect condition. I received the books in just a few days after I ordered them. I ordered the series for my son for A Christmas gift. Read morePublished on December 28, 2009 by Steve Seiwert
All good things come to an end, and so it is for Merlin's stay in the magical land of Fincayra.
And the last volume of T.A. Read more
I can't help but feel that this book is lacking in complexity. For me, the characters are generally shallow and the conflicts are fairly simple. Read morePublished on October 19, 2008 by Alyssa A.