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Knight of the Sacred Lake

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2006

    I can't believe it's over!

    This book was amazing, Mrs. Miles really defined what a good historical fiction should be. I felt like these characters were my family. After i finished this book i couldn't believe it was over! I can't wait to read this trilogy agian. It is packed with action, drama, romance, heartbreak, suspence, and passion. Everything i ever wanted from a novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2005

    Guenevere Trilogy

    I just recently discovered this series of books but I am so glad I did! I love the story and the way it is told through the eyes of Guenevere is really fascinating. It will keep you intrigued.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2003

    A Nice Break from the Ordinary

    First and foremost, thank you Ms. Miles for delivering a very good story with no profanity and very little sex. The characters are vividly portrayed, both good and evil. Time moves swiftly in the story, as only pivotal events are explored. Finally, the struggle between Goddess worship and Christianity is intriguing, especially the inter-faith marriage of Guenever and Arthur. As an aside, to call this story a "feminist" version of Arthurian legend is an understatement. Guenevere condemns Arthur for his affair with Morgan, even with the belief that he was "under Morgan's evil spell". However, she chooses to have an affair with Lancelot of her own free will and justifies it as her Goddess-given right. That's a hard pill to swallow in today's equality minded society.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2002

    Awsome, one of the best

    One of the best books I ever read. I still have to read the other one and I bet it will be just as good. I highly recomend it. The first was good and the secong one is really good too. It gives a new twist to the Arthurian Legend.

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