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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Returning to Camelot during the Feast of Pentecost, Morgaine accuses Arthur of compromising the crown, and demands that he return Excalibur to her. When he refuses, Morgaine arranges a confrontation between her lover, Accolon, and Arthur in the kingdom of Fairy, resulting in Accolons death. Grieving and still without Excalibur, Morgaine makes a hasty retreat to Avalon.
The Prisoner in the Oak
When she finally returns to Camelot, it is to retrieve Avalons Holy Regalia, now being used in a Christian mass. Enraged at this betrayal, Morgaine calls upon the Ladys magic, which results in the mysterious “disappearance” of the holy chalice, prompting the companions of the Round Table to embark on a month quest to find it.
Events spiral out of control when Lancelet returns, resumes his adulterous relationship with Gwenhwyfar, and is finally exposed. The novel closes with the King Stags death and Morgaines long-anticipated return to Avalon. Published by Recorded Books Evergreen first published The Mists of Avalon 4. MorgaineGwenhwyfarMerlinKing Arthur.
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Finalmente temos a resposta a esta pergunta. I think this is brummas first time I’ve ever liked the print book more than the audio.
Although I love Davina Porter as narrator, because I couldn’t skim over parts like I must have done when I read this book, it seemed a chore for me to finish this. I was completely over Gwenhwyfar and her whining.
There seemed to be so much repeating and dragged out scenes. Overall, I love the storyline about the tale of King Arthur and his sister Morgaine. And I loved how the quest for the holy grail was interwov I think this is the first time I’ve ever liked the print book more than the audio.
And I loved how the quest for the holy grail was interwoven into this old tale. The ending was peaceful, and explains how the pagans slowly vanished into the world of Christians. Apesar de ainda ter escrito mais coisas sobre Avalon, desde a sua morte que a sua sucessora Diana L. This is the book that ends the Mists of Avalon series.
This final book tells us of a Britain that starts to forget its pagan past and starts to assimilate in a stronger way the presence of the Christian’s God. This is the conclusion of all plots and intrigues that were made up from the beggining of the series, and it also includes the already regular discussions about the pagan religion, the celtic one that gives importance to the women, and the present religion which asks for a submission to a This is the book abalon ends the Mists of Avalon series.
This is the conclusion of all plots and intrigues that were made up from the beggining of the series, and it also includes the already regular discussions about the pagan religion, the celtic one that gives importance to the women, and the present religion which asks for a submission to a male God in a patriarchal society.
The narrative brumss beautifully constructed and, as I studied the origins of Arthurian legend and I am acquainted with the Divine Feminine concepts, I was curious to see how Marion Zimmer Bradley would end this. I loved her vision and the retelling of this legend and story, remembering the presence of the Goddess in Arthurian legend which is so important and is so often forgotten.
I can say I loved pretty much everything in this book: There are books avalno which we immerse ourselves in and this one, as well as the others in the series, was the case for me.
The magic, brums Arthurian story and characters, the focus on women and pagan beliefs, the Mists of Avalon series completely nailed it. The Arthurian myth fascinates me and I couldn’t recommend this more to aa who is curious about it or for those who want to have a different perspective on it.
Just finished this book and series and I enjoyed it a lot.
The Prisoner in the Oak by Marion Zimmer Bradley
All characters livvro their end explained, one way or the other, and I didn’t find any loose ends. Loved the way the entire series was developed and was very interesting to afalon the evolution of Morgaine from the first book until the last page of this book and her relationship with other faiths. All characters were nrumas well developed and multifaceted, whic Just finished this book and series and I enjoyed it a lot.
All characters were extremely well developed and multifaceted, which helped me relate to them. I really enjoyed this series and I’m super happy to have re-read it.
Jul 28, Maggie Maxfield rated it really liked it. A word was used to describe the Merlin right before his death: The whole series was like this. And why was I so surprised at the demise of all the characters I’d avalin come to love? It’s not like I expected King Arthur’s Court to be a lasting entity. I know it doesn’t exist now. But I was riveted at its demise. Jul 18, Nate Garvison rated it it was amazing Shelves: All that dies does not die, but is reborn anew.
Nothing is lost, but is reclaimed by others in their own way, in their own right. The world is ever wrought with change. Well, this book made me cry. The ending was powerful and moving. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. View lifro 6 comments. You know Avaloon started out loving this book, and I have no problems with long novels if they’re good, but my enthrall definitely waned as the prolonged story went on.
Honestly it’s extremely interesting story over-all. The Ending leaves me a kind of opaque equivocalness, no distinction. It’s epic and memorable.
The vast cast of characters represents a diverse array natures, philosophy, and reality. I still maintain there’s something very singular about this novel, it’s definitely worth reading just You know I started out loving this book, and I have no problems with long novels if they’re good, but my enthrall definitely waned as the prolonged story went on.
I still maintain there’s something very singular about this novel, it’s definitely worth reading just because it is completely its own. The writing style, the characters so solid, so perfect. Everythings come together in the end. A escrita da autora, os personagens incrivelmente bem caracterizados, perfeito. Aug 04, Juliana Riccio rated it really liked it Shelves: If you enjoy the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, you will certainly enjoy this series.
It is in my opinion, the best on the King Arthur’s story and it leads the reader to believe the whole story is indeed real.
The forth and final book on this amazing series.
I love books with no happy endings, I think they are closer to reality. About the book, I love the feeling of “acceptance” in the end. bruumas
And these 4 books made me think a lot about religion and fanatism Apr 23, vorbore rated it really liked it Shelves: Oh, the sins of pride, and the pain they produce A few memorable lines from my favorite books come to my mind: And “The will to be stupid is a very powerful force. And the final answer to it all: Jan 30, Elena rated it really liked it Shelves: What a great book! All those feelings, everything, it’s really a good series!
Mar 29, Lucia rated it really liked it Shelves: I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as the previous ones but it was a good ending to the series. I’m definitely reading the next books! After years reading other tales about the Arthurian legend, I approached the Mists of Avalon series from a new angle. Arthur was just… mushy, full of fussiness, and far from the figure of the rightful kin Once again Arthur was just… mushy, full of fussiness, and far from the figure of the rightful king and honoured man that comes to mind wvalon general when thinking about the character.
The constant wining of the character makes you want to kill her constantly. Well, all of the female characters where lkvro to be the strong character from the story.
Well, that takes a lot from the character. There are two characters in the book that, for me, where the strong strings: Those two where, for me, the real deal in the story.