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Priestess of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley
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Nov 10, 2010

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Read from April 28 to November 09, 2010

Started this one months ago, abandoned about halfway through. Back at the time I found the story was following the same pattern all the Avalon books shared. I was growing somewhat tedious and couldn't find that certain spot that linked me to the essence of the story.
Guilt and determination eventually drew me back to give Priestess another shot. I don't regret it.
On the whole, the story was quite good. not as rich in scoope and character protrayal as its procreator, the acclaimed Mists of Avalon, yet nevertheless, typically insightful.
At times, it felt a bit modern in worldview for that specific period of time, but since I primarily regarded it as fantasy, I wasn't really bthered by that.

If you find you can relate to marion Zimmer Bradley's Avalon books, there's really no reason to leave Priestess out; you wouldn't be missing the grandest of her creations, however, if you did.

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