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Grail by Stephen R. Lawhead
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Dec 08, 08

Read in December, 2008

Well, this is another book I'd put before book 3 of Arthur. Actually, I am reading the last book again. I feel that I need some sort of closure to wrap up the whole series.

I didn't really think about Gwalchavad much in the previous books, but he makes a very good narrator to this tale. I also love how Morgian's thoughts are all in italics. The best quote in the whole book, I think, is, "Forget swords and spears-children's playthings. I taught you better than that, Morgaws. I suckled you on venom and bile, girl-use it!" I don't know why, but I just love it.

This book gets really freaky during the climax. You never know what will happen next. It was very intriguing.

Oh, I also love the peon type characters like Peredur and Gereint. These young men are so full of honor and servitude. In fact, if Gereint was real, and I wasn't already married, I would totally want to marry him.
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