The Bones of Avalon - Phil Rickman Reviews
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by - written on 04/01/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
The only previous Phil Rickman book I have read (the first Merrily Watkins novel) was about ten years ago and I was not impressed. I found his style turgid, his story dull and his characters lifeless and dislikeable. At that point I vowed that I would never read anything by him again. I stood firm to that conviction until I saw his latest - The Bones of Avalon - available on the Kindle Store at a promotional price of 99p. Since the subject matter (the Arthurian legends and the identity of the "real" King Arthur) has always interested me, I decided I'd be gracious and given Mr Rickman a second chance. As well as the Arthurian angle, the ... Read the complete review
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