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Under Camelot's Banner (Paths to Camelot Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    A Little Tedious

    Sorry if people disagree with me but...it was really hard for me to get through this book. I kept on thinking, man! WHEN WILL THE END COME??!! Of course the ending was happy and thats all that brings it back for me. The romance between Gareth and Lynet was sweet but I found myself wishing it was more about the two of them. My kind of books have a satisfying romance (without the smut) and have fantasy/sci fi entwined in it. This was not nearly as good as Zettel's first book In Camelot's Shadow. Anyways it was just okay for me.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent Camelot fantasy

    Cambryn has no protection as the absent Queen Guinevere spends all her time in Camelot with her husband King Arthur. King Mark of Tintagel has gone mad after being cuckold by his Queen Iseult and Sir Tristan. Guinevere¿s steward Lord Kenan has gone to Mark with many of his soldiers to plead for protection. Kenan¿s son Colam plots to overthrow his father and ends up killing him. His sister Laurel declares Colam is an outlaw, which sends him to Morgaine for safety, but she bewitches him to use as a pawn against her sister Guinevere. --- Laurel¿s sister Lynet travels to Camelot to plead with Guinevere to bring her knights and men-at arms to keep her people safe from her lethal sibling Morgaine and their mortal enemies like thee people of Eire and the Saxons. Lynet has with her a magical silver mirror, given to her sister by their mother, a sea spirit who took mortal form to marry Kenan. Guinevere agrees to return to Cambryn while Lynet sees through the mirror the deadly schemes Morgaine has put in motion with Colam her slave, Laurel the first target and Lynet not far behind unless Lancelot¿s squire Gareth can save his beloved. --- Sarah Zettel puts her own spin to Camelot using a more manipulative and not so pure Guinevere as a key player in her take on the legend. Lynet, filled with guilt for her role in the Iseult-Tristan affair, vows to do whatever it takes to save her homeland from those who covet it as a personal playground. UNDER CAMELOT¿S BANNER is high fantasy at its best making readers wonder how Laurel's tale will hold up against Lynet¿s saga. --- Harriet Klausner

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