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Knight of Darkness (Lords of Avalon Series #2)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

This was a great read, but very dissappointed in the writer for

This was a great read, but very dissappointed in the writer for not finishing the series. What the use in having a series and not completing it.

posted by Bythesword on January 25, 2013

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Am I the only one who didn't like this book?

Maybe it's from all those math&science classes, but I could not get past the fantasy to enjoy the love story. All the strange landscapes and wierd creatures were just distracting. For example, Merewyn having motherly feelings towards a rock that was to grow up to be a ...
Maybe it's from all those math&science classes, but I could not get past the fantasy to enjoy the love story. All the strange landscapes and wierd creatures were just distracting. For example, Merewyn having motherly feelings towards a rock that was to grow up to be a gargoyle? What kind of nonsense is that? And what was the point of the triplets? How did they advance the storyline? And Blaise droning on for pages about Varian's personal history...I liked Blaise in 'Sword of Darkness' but not in this book. I was sort of hoping that Blaise would persue Merewyn and set up a conflict between himself and Varian-now that would have been an interesting turn! I've been reading MacGregors's books in order and I think this was really the worst. Sorry, but it's my opinion.

posted by Anonymous on April 14, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2007

    Am I the only one who didn't like this book?

    Maybe it's from all those math&science classes, but I could not get past the fantasy to enjoy the love story. All the strange landscapes and wierd creatures were just distracting. For example, Merewyn having motherly feelings towards a rock that was to grow up to be a gargoyle? What kind of nonsense is that? And what was the point of the triplets? How did they advance the storyline? And Blaise droning on for pages about Varian's personal history...I liked Blaise in 'Sword of Darkness' but not in this book. I was sort of hoping that Blaise would persue Merewyn and set up a conflict between himself and Varian-now that would have been an interesting turn! I've been reading MacGregors's books in order and I think this was really the worst. Sorry, but it's my opinion.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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