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Posted May 12, 2003
GREAT book, but the ending ruined it
The story has a different perspective of Mordred than other books, because rather than portraying him as an evil villain, the story shows how lonely and helpless he was, a person trying to fight his ill-destined future. The beginning and the middle parts of the book were FABULOUS, but then came the ending. The ending is why I did not give the book TEN STARS. The book suddenly then went to the conclusion that Mordred WAS(I won't say what, but it is sort of dull), after taking so many steps to fight his fate. You see, the ending just did not fit along with the rest of the book, and I usually judge the ending as the most important part of the book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 30, 2010
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