Guinevere Evermore (Guinevere, #3)
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Guinevere is widely acknowledged as the most extraordinary woman in legend. From golden child to Queen of Camelot to passionate adulterer, her life is a vivid an fascinating saga. In this spellbinding climax to the tale of Guinevere--which began with Guinevere and continued in The Chessboard Queen--Sharan Newman, author of the highly acclaimed Catherine LeVendeur medieval...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published April 15th 1998 by Tor Books (first published 1985)
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Nikki
The one redeeming feature of this book was Gawain. Unfortunately, his death came about halfway through. It was the most affecting part of the whole book, because he was the one character I actually honestly liked.

Mostly, I just couldn't like this trilogy because it was too much wtf that wasn't tied up properly. The stuff about Epona never really got anywhere, nor did the stuff about Geraldus. Gawain is the son of a sunbeam, literally, and gets taken off when he dies by his father... which just c...more
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Nov 14, 2008 Jennifer rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Guinevere, King Arthur, Lancelot enthusiasts
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Marianne
A fun page turner. I like the take on Guinevere, she is sappy but then turns out to have a hidden strength. Lancelot was a bit sappy for me but Arthur was compelling. Not great literature but a great read.
Meltha
Jun 07, 2009 Meltha rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: myth
Newman's Guinevere series is, for a change, a sympathetic view of the title character as opposed to making her the villain. Yes, it's pulpy in places, bu it's good pulp.
Jeni
I read these for the first time during my sophomore year of high school when we were studying the Arthurian legends. I loved them then.
Linda
Love the ending. :)
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Sharan Newman is a medieval historian and author. She took her Master’s degree in Medieval Literature at Michigan State University and then did her doctoral work at the University of California at Santa Barbara in Medieval Studies, specializing in twelfth-century France. She is a member of the Medieval Academy and the Medieval Association of the Pacific.

Rather than teach, Newman chose to use her e...more
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