The Last Enchantment (Coronet Books) Paperback – 1 Oct 1983
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An absorbing and haunting novel (Daily Mail)
A fascinating novel, a richly woven tapestry presented with a vividness that brings the characters from myth to real life (Evening Standard)
Mary Stewart, enchantress . . . an ability to evoke a situation, a mood or a season with a few phrases of prose that are almost verse (Daily Telegraph)
A perfect trip out of the present. (New York Times Book Review)
The third in Mary Stewart's magnificent Merlin trilogy after The Crystal Cave and The Hollow HillsSee all Product description
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The only problem is finding a book to read afterwards because I don't allow myself to read the next in a series, better to have a break.
1) the printing is inconsistent with some pages printed in dark thick ink and other pages printed as normal.
2) the margins on the left and right side pages are too wide so the text on both pages are forced into the centre and too close to the book's spine. This makes the handling of the book very awkward when reading, and with my stiff thumb joints I find it almost impossible to handle the book for longer than half a hour at a time, and its almost impossible to read in bed.
I realise I should have returned the book but I was so eager to begin reading it especially as I had just finished the previous two.
Perhaps the stock could be checked in case this flaw is repeated in other copies.
Thanking you for your continual good service.
Best regards, Susan Lapsley
I bought this book in the 70's and it's beginning to fall apart through the frequent readings so I was delighted to find it for my Kindle.