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Tales of King Arthur
     

Tales of King Arthur

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by Thomas Malory, Michael Senior
 

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ISBN-13:
9780805237795
Publisher:
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/01/1981
Pages:
351

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Tales of King Arthur 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Novel tales of King Aurthor is a smash reader!The author clearly examples Medevil times accuratly. There is a slight promblem. First to really get into this book you will should like Medevil wars,knights,fighting or just generaly middle ages times.The intro to this book was amzing. It started out with action to get the readers attention.It starts out with a England Kingdom that was being burned down and Aurthor's parents died so he lives with the wise Merlin.When Aurthor gets older he pulls the sword out of the stone and becomes rightful King of England.He becomes owner of the sword Excaliber,that would never break. The book also tells about the Knights at the Round Table. Most of the Knights died in thier quests.At the end of the book King Arthor dies in a battle with a relative of the King.Clearly, this is a novel that you will be at the edge of your seat.(of course this is my opion).At least in the action and battles scnes.