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The Return of Merlin Paperback – March 5, 1996
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Top Customer Reviews
Arthurian Tales, what can one say? Intertwining his sense of mysticism, his intellectual scope, and a
fast-paced, very moving, novel in one is a bit much to hope for! But in “The Return of Merlin,”
Chopra has accomplished this feat. Not an “easy read” generally, Chopra’s magical touch with the
printed word maintains his reputation in this tale from Arthur.
In his introduction, Chopra writes that “The Return of Merlin” is about waking up the
wizard that sleeps within all of us, so that we can reclaim the field of pure knowledge and dream
anew world into reality, from the purity of our hearts.”
“Merlin” is another odyssey of life, a story of the traditional good vs. evil and the struggles
therein. It is a story that erases the confines of time. “To be alive now,” he writes, “is to be dead to
the past. To be alive now is to have life-centered, present-moment awareness...(and) you will discover the dance of the divine in every leaf, in every petal...in every rainbow...in every breath of every living being.” A momumental undertaking, to be sure.
Taking the Arthurian characters, from Merlin to Arthur to Mordred with a cast of many
others, and mixing in a complete disregard for any logical historical time frame, Chopra explores
this struggle, this “to be or not to be” of Camelot.Read more ›
Elaine Maginn Sonne, PhD, author of Legends of the Stones
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wizards, good, evil - not my cup of tea. The story held me through first half, then lost me. Strange finish - not satisfying.Published 6 months ago by RFW
It's been sometime since I read this book.
I purchased it for my Daughter's boys.
It is that good!
I'd recommend it highly for anyone regardless of age.
We live in Nature's house. She freely offers her playground for us to enjoy. The least we can do for this blessing is to align with Her and follow Her lead. Read morePublished 9 months ago by srima_jai
I haven't read this book..LOL - but let me review it before I buy it.
(1) It good.
(2) It ain't really fiction, folks.
(3) You should believe me
(4) See #3