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Queen of Camelot by Nancy McKenzie
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Jan 03, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: arthurian, own
Recommended for: Arthurian fans

This is a Guinevere that can be admired. She's strong, intelligent, and isn't afraid to speak her mind. I guess since my first love in Arthurian books is 'Mists of Avalon', I often compare the characters to what they are in that book. Anyone who's read 'Mists' knows that Guinevere, well... she's kind of a spoiled, pious bitch. LOL This is the exact opposite.

She's probably one of my favorite Guinevere's. And while I feel the ending is a bit rushed, it is an excellent book. It's slightly different from other books, but this one is truly from her perspective, so of course she wouldn't be on the battlefield.

Ms. McKenzie's also written two other Arthurian-era books - one about Galahad (Lancelot's son), Grail Prince, and one about Tristan and Yseult, Prince of Dreams (which is a beautiful book). :)
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