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I Am Mordred (Tale of Camelot Series #1)

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  • Posted November 6, 2008

    MORDRED 4 PRESIDENT! (haha.. i love mordred)

    This is truly a great book... Springer ventures into the abyss Malory left in Mordred's character, and comes out successfully. It is not a particulary challenging read, and compares nothing to the writing like that of Mists of Avalon or the Once and Future King, but it is still certainly a worth while read. There are only a few faults I can see in this:<BR/>1.) Mordred is too helpless.. I would have liked to see a more bitter, sinful Mordred, like that in Wein's "The Winter Prince."<BR/>2.) Arthur trusts him too much off the bat<BR/><BR/>Other than these two, this book is fairly accurate. If you always wondered about Mordred, or like me, already love him (and want to find his remains and clone him so the rest of the world will be at the mercy of your rath; sorry, fellow Mordred lovers- HE'S MINE) this is a good book to read.<BR/>Hope this helped,<BR/>A. Tross<BR/><BR/>ps- I cried at the end.. in my world history class. Just a warning.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2006

    This is a fantastic book!

    I love all books of Arthurian legend especially ones about Mordred! Nancy Springer is a great author. I got this book from my school's library but I liked it so much I had to buy it afterwards.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2005

    Wow...

    Gosh... Nancy Springer's books are all so amazing. This story I especially liked because of all the hate and the strong love. It helps to know that this story is about fighting your true feelings. Perhaps people can be more like that in life!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2003

    great book!

    this book was awesome! I couldn't put it down. Some parts were funny and some parts were so sad it made me cry. I recomoned this book to anyone that likes camelot tales.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2002

    A very good, very sad read

    This book was excellent. I usually don't read books about guys but this was an exception. You really end up feeling terribly sorry for Mordred, because he tries so hard to be "normal" and nothing goes his way. You might want to carry a box of tissues with you, i cried so hard when reading this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2002

    Fighting Fate

    This was a wonderful and powerful book that should be read. It gives a new perspective of Mordred which was one of the reasons that I enjoyed this book as much as I did. After reading this book it is hard to read others that put Mordred being a hateful revenge seeking person. After you start to read this book you can't put it down. I am picky when it comes to books that tell tales from Camelot and I have to say that this is not only a great book but also a very touching one as well. It kind of makes you stop and think...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2002

    !!!

    I really loved this book- a great example of Camelotian legends.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2002

    Great Book!!!!!

    This book gives a totally new perspective for Mordred. In other references he is evil and wants to destroy his father (King Arthur), but in this book he wants to fight his fate. You have to read this book. It is one of the best I have ever read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2001

    Intricate Point of View

    It's amazing to me how well Springer got into the head of our dear Mordred. Honestly, after you read this literature, you will never once think the same way about Mordred or any of the Arthurian legends again. Its perseption is truely deep and understandable, while at the same time pleasing to the imagination. I very much recommend reading this, as it is my favorite book ever. The book also made Mordred my favorite Arthurian legendeer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2001

    very well done

    this book made me extremely intersted in King Arthur and the stories of Camelot. it was very well written and it made you feel almost as if you were there.

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