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The Princess, the Crone, and the Dung-Cart Knight (The Squire's Tales Series #6)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2013

    Good book + author

    I read this book not knowing it was in a series. It works out that you dont have to read them in order because Gerald makes it work out and anything that would be in the book before that is helpful is telling you in this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2008

    Best of the Best

    Along with others, I agree that The Princess, the Crone, and the Dung-Cart Knight is by far the best book of the Squire's Tale series. It is a compelling story that keeps you turning the pages the entire time that only Gerald Morris can create. He gives a new look to the characters we knew and loved: or didn't love, while adding new loveable characters to the mix. It also shows moral lessons to life in a nice, easy-read book. I recommend this book to everyone, especially medieval fans like myself. Three thumbs up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2005

    The best of a brilliant series

    Gerald Morris continues his series on Arthurian legend with this tale of a girl who lives for her revenge. Morris has produced a book that is far and away the best in his series -- quite a feat for someone who was already one of my favorite living authors. The characters are complex and intriguing, the moral issues explored lead into some serious gray areas, and there are plenty of moments -- as in all of Morris's books -- where you just have to put the book down and laugh for a while. In a shocking twist, Morris's Lancelot proves himself not only handsome and strong, but likeable and honorable -- a great improvement over most Lancelots, including Morris's Lancelot from Book #2. I've never actually found a Lancelot I liked before. Morris's first books were nearly straight-up humor; his more recent were more serious growing-up titles and explorations of morality. In this, for the first time, he truly combines the two and creates a masterpiece. Oh, and bringing back all of our old favorite characters (except for Gaheris and Lynet...) was much appreciated. Gerald Morris deserves a great deal more popularity than he's getting. Frankly, I can't understand why J.K. Rowling has the publicity that Gerald Morris does not. She's no better a writer than he is -- and if Morris's next book comes out the same day Rowling's does, I know which one I'm reading first.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2004

    This book was great!

    I loved this book! It really gave you a new outlook on Guinavere and the mysterious Jean... I think this was the best book in the entire series. I loved that Terence and Gawain were in this one quite a bit too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2004

    This is the best book ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I've read all of the series of The Squires Tales and so far I think that this is the best one. It's the best one 'cause it has all of the best characters in it and 'cause what happens in it. If you haven't read this then you should read it because its the best book!

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