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The Last Grail Keeper

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Felicity discovers that she has a mysterious connection to the Grail -- she is descended from the Grail Keepers, and it is her duty to protect it -- no matter what the cost.
Hardcover, 227 pages
Published December 3rd 2005 by Holiday House (first published October 2001)
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Ashley
Jan 22, 2011 Ashley rated it 2 of 5 stars
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I am deciding between 2 and 3 stars right now, wishing, once again that GR offered a half star system. This book was definitely not a favorite. I felt that the writing style was weak, and juvenille. It was written in first person from the perspective of a young girl. I feel that because of this, the author felt the need to make every other thought Super exciting! And Wow! and Can you believe it! and Oh goodness! There were at least t...more
Rebecca
Firstly, half the time I didn't understand what was going on. Secondly, I couldn't stand the narrator. Perhaps that's because if I had a chance to spend the summer in Glastonbury and had a mother who researched Arthurian Legends I would die of excitement. At least Morgan and Nimue were not portrayed as villains for once. That was nice for a change. Younger readers might enjoy this still.
Melissa
I liked the idea of the story: King Arthur, Holy Grail, Morgan Le Fey, and all, but the writing was atrocious. There was no character development and the story line was weak jumping from one thing to the next. I am disappointed in this book for I love Arthurian stories.
Deborah
An interesting take on the legends of the Holy Grail. Definitely for younger readers, but glad I picked it up.
Krista the Krazy Kataloguer
Maybe I just wasn't in the mood for fantasy when I read it.
I think it could have been fleshed out more.
Kaethe
Time travel, Morgan le Fay, it should have appealed to me, but didn't somehow.
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