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Isolde, Queen of the Western Isle by Rosalind Miles
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Jul 19, 2007

it was ok
bookshelves: fiction

Tristan and Isolde in this novel seem more like selfish children than star-crossed lovers. They bring most of their troubles upon themselves through pouting and poor decision making.

I also couldn't help wondering why it took a love potion to unite these two lovers who were supposedly destined for each other.
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Thera i havent read yet, but your comment about her having to drink love potion makes me wonnder if i should

Prom Tristan thought the drink in the flask was a tonic for the nerves. He didnt know it was a potion for love. But I agree with you. They definately could have made different choices.

Jody Baer-Swanson You do know there are like 100 versions of this story...right?

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