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Stephen Lawhead is a fantastic writer, a true bard among writers. I very much enjoyed this installment in the Pendragon Cycle. To ask other readers questions about Grailplease sign up. Most of his early life was spent in America where he earned a university degree in Fine Arts and attended theological college for two years.
It really doesn’t make a lot of sense. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. View all 4 comments. Perhaps I was expecting more “Merlinish” things but there was little that happened in this merlun. Again, this was such a disappointing take on a much-loved story so full of opportunities for literary gold. Now admittedly it’s not the Roman Catholic horror that’s called, very puzzlingly, Christianity it’s not ; but the whole subject area grates on me when presented to me as An Undelniable, Inevitable Progressive Event.
The final bit that’s supposed to lead into the rest of the series is just as manufactured – the Atlantian king’s adviser and second daughter, Morgan sorry, ‘Morgian’ are probably responsible for Merlon death.
THE PENDRAGON CYCLE
And if I don’t rush to add the sequel to my to-read shelf, it’s only because there are too many books there already; eventually, I would like to follow up on this series. And Isis was not the “female aspect” of Mithras; the two religions were completely unrelated, the one being Egyptian, the other Anatolian.
I’m sure this isn’t a reflection on the actual story its self as i thoroughly enjoyed the first. It captured my interest as a good book should; particularly the character of Merlin himself intrigued me.
Possibly one of my favorite female characters ever. Lawhead’s prose is never jerlin, but sometimes in simplicity he finds a certain elegance nonetheless, particularly when dealing with characters. None of it was very good. Amazingly he seems to be the one who is able to overcome evil the most. Nov – Taliesin by Stephen R.
Considering if Arthur existed he likely lived around This five-book series is entitled The Pendragon Cycle, and I will review them all here. Because Lawhead released these after realizing the giant hole he left in the plot in the lawhfad wrap-up of Arthur, he ended up writing into the hole.
Book Review: “Merlin” by Stephen Lawhead
While the first half lags a bit, but sometimes that happens with the introduction of characters, the second half is a page turner where you find yourself wanting more. It’s kind of downhill from there. Nov 27, Toby Brennen rated it really liked it.
Atlantis, according to Plato who apparently created the legend out o While the above Goodreads description of this book reads like it was a publisher’s book-jacket blurb and it probably was!
I have read and listened to at least 6 times and have always found something I might have missed when I first listened. Rarely have I had such a strong negative reaction to a book. Lawhead 6 37 Dec 06, Sep 21, Molly Murphy rated it really liked it Shelves: I was also really relived that Bedwyr, Cai, and Cador end up being alive at the end.
Merlin (The Pendragon Cycle, #2) by Stephen R. Lawhead
The style the book is written in is amazing. To put it bluntly, that’s not believable.
Mar 05, Erika rated it liked it. As surely as I am breathing this account of Arthurian legend is the most forthcoming. Arthur and his host have no recourse but to take up the challenge. Sin que lo sepa Arturo ni sus leales guerreros ni su adorada Gwenhwyvar It was well done, and a fun read, but I expected better from Lawhead.
I didn’t know that in some old Welsh tales, they were brothers, rather than Galahad being Lancelot’s son. Merlin sounded like a toffee nosed snob who looked down on everyone and spoke with distain. May 11, Becky rated it really liked it Shelves: Not my favorite Lawhead book. Forebear of Merlin who later became teacher, advisor and protector of King Arthur. Many of the chapters have a preface narrated by Morgian. Recommended to Werner by: In land full of pestilence and war, Arthur’s posession of the Holy Grail has brought a peace to the land.
Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle #1) by Stephen R. Lawhead
One civilization is destroyed by astronomical fire and eventually life is brought to another civilization as a result. To view it, click here. What was most disappointing about Stephen R.
What would have made Merlin better? He was born to greatness, the son of a druid bard and a princess of lost Atlantis.