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Lovely read. Interesting and fanciful. Thoroughly enjoyed this. Excellent descriptive writing. If you love celtic tales, this book is for you!Published 14 months ago by Joan Merrill Brundage
Now this is a fun book (in a tricky and magical sense).
But I think the cover on this book is deceiving --at least the pink one looks juevenile and sparkly aimed at 14 year... Read more
Well this was, um . . . not good. Really, at all. I don't think it's ever taken me so long to read a book so short. Like wading through snow up to my hips. Read morePublished on March 30, 2012 by Donna C
Okay, this was a GREAT book, price doesn't figure into it -- intelligently written, entirely plausible, thoroughly enjoyable. Read morePublished on January 20, 2011 by Teralee Bird
It was Free. That's the only positive thing to say about the book. It is now in my Kindle Archives.Published on January 4, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Original point of view on King Arthur from the Fey. Very well written. AEC is a good writer.
But there is no point to this story. Read more
I have to give this book a 3 simply since I didn't finish it and it was free on Kindle. Had I paid for it I would regret the purchase.
The story is boring!! Read more
A refreshing new perspective for Arthurian legends we thought were thoroughly explored. I was not able to put it down. The characters and their relationships all had fresh twists. Read morePublished on December 8, 2010 by Linda S. Boehmer