Kevin Crossley Holland s award winning Arthur trilogy comes to its triumphant and moving close.Arthur de Caldicot waits eagerly in Venice for the start of the Fourth Crusade But it s now when Arthur s future should be clearest that he feels the most doubt Jealousies and greed rive the Crusade, leading him to question its true mission Back in England, his engagement to Winnie remains uncertain, while his search for his birth mother has been stymied by his vicious father And his seeing stone shows him the last days of King Arthur s court a great dream destroyed, but also a glorious legend rising from the ruins Likewise in this book, Arthur becomes a man worthy of his kingly name....
|Title||:||The Arthur Trilogy #3: King of the Middle March|
|Publisher||:||Arthur A Levine Books October 1, 2004|
|Number of Pages||:||432 pages|
|File Size||:||679 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Arthur Trilogy #3: King of the Middle March Reviews
I have read this whole series and loved how the author included the original Arthurian tales in to this series, but I'm disappointed with the ending. I don't feel that he really finished this story; there are several things left unresolved. I did enjoy reading it though and hope that one day there will be a follow-up book that tells us what happened to Arthur after this book.
The first two of this set were interesting and intriguing. "What will happen next" was constantly a thought. Any reader would wonder how the two Arthur's worlds would intersect, what would happen to our protagonist. This third book, by a respected and experienced children's author, is simply a time server, an incomplete story to fill a deadline. None of the story lines have any sort of climax; they just end. Lazy writing: quite frustrating to anyone who cares about books.
This trilogy was a most enjoyable read. Legend and history mingled in the form of a journal. Short chapters make for easy bed-time reading (easy to finish a chapter before falling asleep!). Interesting vocabulary and correct use of language whilst believably coming from the pen of a young man. Highly recommended.
kids loved it
Great series. Good for any age. Definitely a top ten series for me, I would recommend to anyone. Also love the huge Christian themes.
I am not going to tell you all about the book, but this whole trilogy was very enjoyable to read. If you like King Arthur stories ...
It was hard to find and definitely couldn't find it in paperback. Wish it were in paperback like the other two in the trilogy.
It is the best end that you could expect for this trilogy, I love it!