It is often hard to find literature which fully incorporates multiple parts of the Arthurian legends. Often only the very basics are present and much of the brilliant detail is omitted. This version is one of those few works that actually bring many of the legends to light; incorporating many of the lesser known, and very interesting aspects of the legend into the commonly known main plot. It proves interesting to read about much of what is normally passed on anecdotally through families in England about one of the greatest English legends still told today. Most English people usually know the gist of the stories, but it is always interesting to find out and see people's reactions when they discover the extra details that they were unaware of previously. This edition is one of the most comprehensive you will find, other than going out there and researching much of the hard going literature on the subject.