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Witmantel (Language of Stones Trilogy #3)

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Gwydion waakt al sinds mensenheugenis over het Engelse Rijk. Hij heeft de druïden zien komen en gaan en hij heeft koning Arthur ten strijde zien trekken, in de tijd dat men hem Merlijn noemde.

De legendes spreken over een terugkeer van koning Arthur, maar in het alternatieve Engeland van Robert Carter is er niemand behalve de magiër Grydion die een bloedige burgeroorlog kan
Paperback, 377 pages
Published June 2006 by Boekerij-Mynx (first published January 1st 2006)
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Anthony Zappia
I found this the third book in the trilogy very disappointing. I think Robert Carter could have condensed his story into two volumes rather than three. I found the story to be long and ponderous. While using the standing stones and ley lines of Great Britain was a great idea, I found it difficult to follow the story line as to where exactly the characters were geographically. A really good map showing the "Lorc" and the battlestones locations would have been helpful, not the sub-standard map wit ...more
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Tormenting slow fantasy. I liked the overall story, but why so slow? And so many characters which I keep forgetting. I expected a lot more of this book
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I was born in Staffordshire, near Etruria, the place made famous by Josiah Wedgwood, but was brought up in Sydney, Australia and later in Lancashire, England. I studied astrophysics at Newcastle University, where I started the student science fiction society. Writing novels has always played a part in my life, and I've tried to see the world enough to be able to write fiction with the help of pers ...more
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