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Posted April 4, 2009
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I've read this book 7 times, once a year starting on my birthday ever since I was 13. Each time I read it I get something new from it. This awesome book keeps on filling me up, no matter how much older and bigger I get. I think I will read it every year forever. The story is the most amazing I've ever found, so creative and exciting, and the people in it are just what youd want to be if you could live in those times. I never thought I'd love any new way to tell about King Arthur, but this book is so fantastic and so original you only really get it that its about him when you get to the end. I cried and cried, but not really because of sadness. More like because the ending is perfect, and you know it, and still you want it to go on forever. I've already bought two copies because I lent one to my friend who read it and loved it too but she isn't always carful and opened it so wide that pages started getting loose. So I am buying 6 copies today with my first paycheck as a horse-groomer. I think when you find a book like this you should get more than one copy because when you move it can get lost, or when your walking to school or work it could get dropped in the mud, things like that, and when you want to read it like /now/ thats just a trajedy. The other thing is like with so many good books, when its been a while since they were written, the bookstores just dont bother to keep selling them, and libraries get rid of them just because their old. Its awful when you can't find the books you love for sale any more. You have to buy your own, and you have to buy more than one for a book like this. I hope my 6 copies I buy today last me the rest of my life. Oh yeah, its fantasy, with magic, two kinds fighting each other, and then the heros find the real one, the third kind. I can't tell you more, it would reck the story for you. Get your own copy, and read it, and I bet then you will be like me, a fan for life. The book is by Welwyn Wilton Katz which is a hard name to remember and kind of feels like it has magic in it. Can you guess what else Welwyn Wilton Katz is like? You should go to www.booksbywelwyn.ca because I think you will be surprised.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 10, 2004
This has been one of my favorite books of all times. The author moves the tale along at a good pace, and the details make everything vivid and clear. Welwyn Wilton Katz makes the story seem realistic in a way, and everything makes sense. While reading this book, one can become confused (therefore increasing interest) about what's going on, but at the end, everything fits together perfectly like a jigsaw puzzle. I would recommend this book for fantasy and King Arthur fans.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 16, 2003
I was sorely disappointed with this book,it just couldn't grab my attention,and I found myself forcing my fingers to turn the pages. A great let-down,but I will not give up on this author.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 8, 2002
This is my favorite book, and I have read it about 7 times. I think that it is the best book ever. The book is full of suspense and serious plot. There is magic, conspiracy, and great characters. I can really relate to them! It was kind of confusing to begin with, but you learn to deal with it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 1, 2002
Welwyn Wilton Katz takes the King Arthur story to a new level in this novel. Arddu belongs nowhere. When Morgan finds herself on Nwm, he tries to help her. This gives his own life some meaning. There are two main magics on Nwm the Circle, and the Line. They are constantly are at war. When Arddu and Morgan find a mysterious Third Magic, everything they ever believed in is changed. This will forever be one of my favorite books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 9, 2000
Welwyn Wilton Katz manages to capture the magic of Arthurian time without actually employing Camelot and the Knights. Her characters are boldly developed and posessed of an innate goodness that makes us, the readers, identify easily with Arddu, the Abomination, and Morgan, who belongs nowhere, as well as the M'rlennd, who casts a new light on King Arthur, and Morrigan, who is doomed by her duty as a Sister of First Magic. Excellent work!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 5, 2009
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