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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars taking the cross
Arthur at the crossing-places is a wonderful sequel and just as good as the seeing stone.
i love the way the story never stops; the first chapter continues where the last chapter of the previous book finished. there's no sense of missing anything that happens to Arthur or to Arthur-in-the-stone.
i can't help but wonder what will happen to Gatty, and who Arthur...
Published on 27 Aug. 2002

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3.0 out of 5 stars The second in the Arthur trilogy - not as good as the first.,
This book continues the story of young Arthur, begun in "Arthur: The Seeing Stone". It is now the year 1200, one year on from the previous novel, and Arthur is all set to join Lord Stephen de Holt (the man to whom he is now squire) on the Fourth Crusade against the infidels. However, there are many preparations that have to be made before they can even think of crossing...
Published on 15 Mar. 2007 by S. Barnes


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2.0 out of 5 stars Very dissapointing, 14 Oct. 2001
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I loved the first book in this trilogy but this is a poor follow up. There is far too much about Authur of camelot and not nearly enough about Authur de caldicot. The whole Winnie de verdon story groes tiresome after a while and graces reaction to authur seems unreasonable.There are many loose ends left at the end of the book and you are left waiting for the plot to emerge.This book did not meat my expectations of it and I am not sure I will read the last installment.
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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not brilliant, but OK, 30 Aug. 2001
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I think this book is slightly weaker than the first book (The seeing stone) because it's plot doesn't fit together quite so well, but still a good read. My favourite part was the ending, but I don't want to spoil that for you! Not all of the characters were believable, but on the whole they were OK. If you have the chance read the first one, but it should be fine if you don't. Definitely worth a look.
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