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Still more Arthur books

As long as everyone is speaking of Arthurian legends, the very best one I've found is a trilogy by Stephen R. Lawhead entitled TALIESIN, MERLIN, & ARTHUR. These books follow closely to what is known about the historical Arthur, so if you're looking for the medieval version with Lancelot, Disneyland-type castles and knights in shining armor, better stick with Sir Thomas Malory. However, I think this trilogy is so good that I will not feel the lack if Robin never writes about Arthur. Wait! Before you stone me, read these books.

From: Christine J. Smith
Tuesday, May 20, 1997 at 18:40:25 (EDT)