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- Publisher: Thomas Nelson (August 12, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 12, 2014
- Sold by: HarperCollins Publishing
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KQ2G85I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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The Song of Albion Collection: The Paradise War, The Silver Hand, and The Endless Knot Kindle Edition
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Story I can liken it to are Donaldson's Thomas Covenant books. But where those stories have a main character who disbelieve, the main character in Albion embraces his new world.
As a Celtic / Albion story, it plays a little fast with the mythology, and while it avoids the obvious Christian overtones of Lawhead's other books, the Jesus Allegory is there very strong. It doesn't truly harm the narrative; the story goes rapidly from 'Outsider' to 'Fisher King' to 'Jesus' in a very smooth pattern over three books. The main character, Lewis, is strongly written and I particularly do like the natural reaction of the character at the end of the book. I did have to explain several things to my first younger reader, as the book does make a few small assumptions, such as knowing what Aurochs are. Outside of that, it was easy for them to read with enough complexity to keep them interested without the oversaturation that would make it impossible.
If you can get these books, get them. Read them and love them. It's an awesome trilogy that wraps up right when it needs to without becoming burdensome. If you're an accomplished reader familiar with Albion / Arthurian stories, it's a quick read as well, with very little required research into some concepts.
is easy to relate to. Undoubtedly some of Stephen Lawheads finest work, which is saying something. I already had the books but I wanted to have them on my Kindle so I could take them with me to read again when I travel. There are a few stories you want to read again from time to time,such as Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, this is one of those. If you've never read this trilogy you are in for a treat.
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