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The Once and Future King

The Once and Future King by T.H. White

I started this book well over a month ago and can only mostly blame a busy end of the semester for not finishing it sooner. 426 more words

Book Review

What Do You Do With A Dead Monarch?

“Finally, after forty-eight years, Cadwallo, this most noble and most powerful King of the Britons, become (sic) infirm with old age and illness, departed this life on the fifteenth day after the Kalends of December.

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Worth The Wait—Heartfelt Thanks To A Book Auntie

Adults give books to children because we remember, often from our own childhoods, their lasting gifts of pleasure, surprise, and enlightenment. We remember, and so we’re willing to wait for the moment when the child steps away from whiz-bang, light-up, push-button entertainment and picks up the book we selected just for them. 459 more words

Tom Fobble's Day by Alan Garner

Tom Fobble’s Day is the last part in a quartet of books inspired by Alan Garner’s working class family, who lived at Alderley Edge, a hill of Arthurian legend in Cheshire. 472 more words

Advent Calendar

A Song of Family and Realm

George R. R. Martin, the author of the prominent series, A Song of Ice and Fire, was heavily influenced on picking his themes from many other medieval texts such as Yvain, The Death of King Arthur and countless other texts. 1,443 more words

Game Of Thrones

The Astrology of Arthur Part 3

Arthur’s Round Table

’The Round Table was constructed, not without great significance, upon the advice of Merlin. By its name the Round Table is meant to signify the round world and the round canopy of the planets and the elements in the firmament, where are to be seen the stars and many other things.’

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Review: Danny Dirks and the Heir of Pendragon

Title: Danny Dirks and the Heir of Pendragon
Author: S.A. Mulraney
Series: Danny Dirks #1
Genre: YA Fantasy
Length: Novel
Available: Now

Danny Dirks wants nothing more than to play baseball in his father’s orchard now that school is out, but he’s finding out that he is no ordinary boy.

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