The Mists of Avalon

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With more than 1 million copies in print and winner of the 1984 Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel, "The Mists of Avalon" is by far Marion Zimmer Bradley's most successful novel. Putting a new twist on the Arthurian legends, this beloved book tells the epic story of the women behind the rise and fall of King Arthur.

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MoonWillow83

Oct 3, 2014

Better than the Movie

I absolutely love this book. If you are a fan of the Arthurian Legends, Magic & The Goddess then this book is for you. This book told by the women gives the legends a different perspective and incite to the trials and tribulations these characters had to go through. Skip the move and go straight for the book, the movie was nothing and a crappy change to the book.

Sue_B2

Aug 1, 2013

mythical

The women of Avalon is a mythical story that will intrigue you and keep you want more...

Kathleen L

Jun 7, 2012

second copy

My daughter and I have read this book so much I had to get a second copy. Something different every time.

Kevin L

May 24, 2012

Review.

It is a book I have yet to read, as I'm currently ploughing through another book, but this I'm looking forward to reading, when I get the chance.

dragondancer

Nov 26, 2010

about the best telling of a classic tale

For me, this is the best telling of the classic tale that I have encountered, and I have been reading versions for more than 40 years.

A masterpiece, indeed, with its only flaw being the occasionally noticable use of Americanised English.

Sadly I have little positive to say about the authors other books, including those that loosely make up a "series" with this one. But with this to her credit, she need not be concerned by what may appear to be a negative statement, for the Mists of Avalon is inspired, and an inspiration to those with any interest in European pagan ideas.

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