4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good story, though needs some editing,
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This review is from: Lancelot And The Wolf (The Knights Of Camelot Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I'm not overly familiar with Arthurian legends, so I can't speak to its accuracy, but I really enjoyed this book as a story. I'll be downloading the next book soon and I can't wait to see how things turn out for our heros. The main down side of the book is the lack of editing, mostly resulting in stray wandering commas. It can occasionally be a bit jarring when a sentence doesn't read correctly the first time due to this, so if this is likely to drive you crazy, consider yourself warned.
The other main criticism levelled at this book is that the characters may have kinds of sex that you, the reader, do not personally wish to participate in yourself. If the gay sex scenes really are going to bother you, then this is not the book for you, but part of the job of fiction is to be able to experience lives that you personally would never live. I'm not a gay man, but I'm also not a knight of Camelot, or fey, but that doesn't stop me enjoying those aspects of the story.