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Warriors of Camlann Paperback – 4 May 2009
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Praise for 'Warriors of Ethandun': 'One of the very best magical adventures of the past 30 years ... [Browne] is a part of the grand Celtic storytelling tradition in British children's literature that began with Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill, continued with T.H. White's The Sword in the Stone and blossomed in Tolkien and Alan Garner' The Times
When the thick fog of the Veil descends again, Dan and Ursula expect to return to present-day Britain. Instead, the treacherous mist transports them to an ancient world very like the one they have just escaped. But the battle they fought in only hours before is distant history to those around them and their deeds on the battlefield are legend. Dan and Ursula have travelled forwards through time, but how far? What has happened to their old allies and enemies? To find a way back, they have to piece the clues together and use all their skills of survival - as it seems they were not the only ones to step through the mist. Subtly and cleverly woven around Arthurian legend, Warriors is action-packed and completely compelling.See all Product description
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It is action packed with our intrepid duo , Dan and Ursula,finding more adventures behind the veil. The descriptive
passages are superb ----- one can almost smell the scents of battle and the horses.The writing is good all through and the story grips one from the opening lines until the end.
I can recommend this book to both adults and teenagers as it tells a rattling good yarn. I personally shall look forward to further books in this series
Warriors of Camlann was a great sequel- I was always obsessed with Arthurian legend, and this books gives a fresh version of it. The descriptive imagery really drew me into the setting of the book- I felt the battle wounds, smelt the horses. There was also a slight bit of romance...towards the end when Ursula and Dan finally declare how much they mean to each other was extremely touching.
It was interesting how their powers changed in this novel. How awful would it really be to have the incessent emotions of other people in your mind as Dan does? The Larcius (Lancelot)parts also shocked me...how this novel depicted him as a corrupt man, not a heroic knight. The other chacters are equally vivid, from Bedewyer, a somewhat dull messenger, to Arturus, our famous King Arthur. The whole novel was amazing up until the last page..it was a horrible cliffhanger and now I have to wait until the next book is published, which could be years.
I would definetely reccomend this book to anyone!! Read it, read it, read it!!!!!!
The captivating journey of Dan and Ursula left me wanting more and I was disappointed that there is not a third book.
As this is a childrens book it is very easy going but far from childish. To me it draws similarites to Phillip Pullmans Dark Materials Trilogy in the audience that it is pitched to. If you liked them and want a bit of a lighter read this is a must
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