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The Sword of Camelot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2001

    It's Awsome!

    Theses books are great. Once you start reading the book, you just can't put it down! It tells a tale of an adventure where there are knights, evil villains, and even things very similar to dragons! I recommend anyone to read these books. You'll love them. I also recommend reading the rest of the books of the series. After that, you can start reading the series called, 'The Lost Chronicles of the Seven Sleepers.'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2000

    GREAT!!!!!

    This is a great book! When Josh, Sarah, Reb, Dave, Abbey, Wash, and Jake get assigned the task of going to Camelot and defeating the evil there (this gets assigned to them by the gentle and loving Goel, the leader of the sleepers), adventure, courage, and faith combine to create an all-new look at the seven sleepers. I adored the way Morris made the characters seem so life-like. Reb becomes the 'make way! great leader with a pathetically huge ego coming thru' character while the group encounters the fencing, jousting, and dueling of the 'King Arthur's Court' kind of Camelot. While Jake and all the others try to persuade Reb from listening to the mystical girl that appears to him, Camelot is overtaken by the power of the evil Dark Lord. Will Goel and his band prevail or will Reb ruin the mission and cause evil to rule Camelot forever? READ THE BOOK TO FIND OUT!!

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