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Bernard Cornwell downplays the magic that enlivens the traditional stories, depicting it more as a combination of superstition and shrewd wits. I recommend this with reservations; though it's absorbing to read, the emphasis on battles and politics means that this will greatly appeal to some fantasy readers, but disappoint others.
Difficult to get into at first, but with persistence one can become involved in the plot. Problem with the names of places as, if you are reading this on your KIndle, it's... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Louis N
The e-book had gaps and overlaps in the pages, so much so that I stopped reading it.Published 10 days ago by David Murray
Simply the very best Arthurian legend ever written. If King Arthur had been a real person, this is how it would really have been. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Matt Tucker
I have read many of Mr. Cornwell's books and series and this is absolutely the best. I have no idea why I waited to hear it but within moments I was into it and the revelations... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Cornwell describes battle scenes that make you feel you are there. Great research.Published 1 month ago by Howard H. Petzold
The book is amazing. First of all, Cornwell takes the few strands of actual history we have and conceives a marvelous story, using all the know classical characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jorge A. A. Araujo
One of my all time favorite books. Books about King Arthur and knights of the round table are everywhere but this series of books starting with the Winter King are far and away the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike C.