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The Last Good Knight by Connie J. Jasperson
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Apr 24, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: fantasy, epic-fantasy, gay-and-lesbian
Read from April 18 to 24, 2011

The Last Good Knight is a timeless, boisterous, rollicking adventure. The narration has almost a lyrical tone - which is quite fitting and gives the feel that the reader is being regaled by a travelling minstrel.

This book does nearly everything well, but one small detail that I found interesting was that the names of people and places are imaginative and descriptive and the reader imeediately has a sense of the person or place simply from the name. There is a lot of action and the descriptions of that action make the reader feel immersed in it. Characters (and the relationships between those characters) are diverse, well defined and real enough that the reader can identify with them . . . but not so real that they're boring.

Overall an excellent book that transports the reader to a world that has been masterfully crafted for our entertainment.
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