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This sequel to LANCELOT: HER STORY puts the focus on Guinevere as she faces King Arthur's wrath when he finds out his wife has been in a relationship with a woman named Lancelot for years and years. Lancelot herself is sinking under the effects of what we know now as battle-related PTSD. Will the men who fought alongside and viewed her as their heroic leader punish her whe ...more
Paperback, 648 pages
Published November 14th 2016 by Hermione Books
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Sherwood Smith


As I said in my review of the first half of this saga, I’ve never been a fan of the end of the general drift of the storyline, with the adultery shaming of Guinevere and all the murders/battles/doom.

In fact, it was while reading a translation of Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Erek from medieval German to modern, back in 1973 or so, that it first hit me that Arthuriana was a thousand year old fan fiction world, participated in by pretty much all of Western Europe. Maybe farther east than that.

I though
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Arthurianmaiden
Jun 20, 2017 rated it it was ok
"Lancelot and Guinevere" is the sequel of "Lancelot: Her Story" and the last part of this two books series, narrating Lancelot's life at Camelot till Camlann. The book is quite long and tries to cover everything there is, and while I liked many things (Gawain and Lancelot as characters, most of their scenes, Galahad, Lancelot's madness) and I will talk about them at the end of the review, there were some particular points that I had issues with:

A) this is the arthurian book with the most mention
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Neveen
Dec 31, 2016 rated it really liked it
I won this book in a good reads giveaway. I read the first book and couldn't wait to continue with Lancelot and Guinevere. You don't get many books that delve into these characters with such depth. They have been written so many times that you don't think you could have a fresh take but this book keeps it interesting. It's truly a page turner for me because I couldn't wait to see what would happen next. The characters are easy to love and others are easy to hate. Friendships, relationships, swor ...more
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Carol Anne Douglas is a writer of fantasy novels and plays. She passionately loves the Arthurian legends and the works of Shakespeare, and is using them as the basis of her own fiction. Her book Lancelot Her Story will be published this fall, and its sequel will be published in 2016.

She worked on a feminist news journal for many years and published many essays. She has taught women's studies clas
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