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Sons of Avalon by Dee Marie
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Aug 27, 2008

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it was amazing
bookshelves: arthurian-novel, fantasy, ya
Recommended for: Those who wish to fall in-love once more with the Arthurian Legends.
read count: 50+

It somehow feels iniquitous to post this review. Yet, as egotistical as it may seem, I loved reading the first book in my "Sons of Avalon" series, as much as I enjoyed writing it. In the novel's final draft alone, I read it from cover-to-cover over fifty times. I even went so far as to have Adobe Acrobat read the story to me in a variety of voices.

Logically, I kept waiting to get bored, to skip ahead, to be impatient with the plot or characters. Yet, it never ceased to surprise me how much I enjoyed the story...after all, I was merely the scribe, Merlin was the Bard.

I would find myself reading along and wondering what would happen next; even though I had written each was the oddest sensation. Even now, after its publication, I still find myself pulled into the storyline. Obsessed or possessed, maybe both! I hope you enjoy Merlin's adventures, as much I enjoyed transcribing them from Merlin's memories.

Dee Marie
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“Fighting in the name of freedom has too high a price," Merlin sighed as he leaned into his mother's arms.”
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“He had only heard of dragons, and although he had never seen one, he was sure they existed.”
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“Chase your dreams until you catch them...and then dream, catch, and dream again! ”
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Becky Ewing I enjoyed reading your book as well, but was distracted by the misspellings and other typos. I was surprised by how many there were. It took away from my enjoyment of the book to a degree.

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