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The Knight of the Sacred Lake

av Rosalind Miles

Serier: Guenevere (2)

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Camelot, and Arthur and Guenevere are holding a feast. But amid the joy of the ceremony, one key figure is absent. Sir Lancelot du Lac has left court, sent away by Guenevere, who is tormented by a love for him she may neither honour nor deny.
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I enjoyed this the second book in the trilogy far better than the first one! I found Guenevere a little annoying in that she did seem a complete hormonal mess for most of the book, jumping to conclusions, and rages all the time. But the actions of the other characters made up for it, for me! ( )
  Glorybe1 | Oct 25, 2012 |
What I liked about Guenevere in the first part of this series seemed to disappear to an extent in this one. Where once was a strong woman, fit to be queen of a nation, there was instead a wholly irrational, completely unpredictable woman governed instead by strange twists of mood and fancy. It made her seem human but not quite in the way that was established in the first book.

What I think was established really well throughout, though, was the lack of straight good and evil definitions. Morgan Le Fay may have been the antagonist throughout, but she was not purely evil and there was given explanation for her neurosis. Other revered characters took turns in the "villain" light, while managing not to become a textbook villain.

Possibly what I found most enjoyable, though, was the fact that despite the fact that this was a middle book, it didn't seem to fall into the syndrome that so many of them do, where it becomes more about slowly revealed expository than actual moving plot. I enjoyed this just as much as the first one for that reason. ( )
  rainbowdarling | Mar 16, 2009 |
I started reading this trilogy, hated it, but had to finish it. It seems like the author has a hateful spite towards men, and released these feelings in these books. In this story, King Arthur is a weak, trembling fool, who owes is greatness to the women who surrounded him. ( )
  hlselz | Feb 19, 2007 |
Wonderful book! ( )
  writestuff | Jan 20, 2007 |
I'm so glad I was lucky to find "Guenevere" and "The Knight of the Sacred Lake" on a clearance shelf. (My usual book store, a used one, does that when a book is high in stock.) I paid regular (for a used copy) price for the next in the series, but I know I'll enjoy it. Actually, it's too bad mine are in paperback - I know they'll be rereads. ( )
  Kerian | Jan 11, 2007 |
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Camelot, and Arthur and Guenevere are holding a feast. But amid the joy of the ceremony, one key figure is absent. Sir Lancelot du Lac has left court, sent away by Guenevere, who is tormented by a love for him she may neither honour nor deny.

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