The Book of Three - Lloyd Alexander Reviews
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by - written on 18/04/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
The book of three is the first book in a series of five books written by author Lloyd Alexander. The author mentions in his author notes that these books are based loosely on Celtic legends. He does not go any further than that which is a shame because it would have been helpful reading some of the storyline. In the beginning of this book we meet two characters Taran and Coll who are leading very ordinary lives. Taran wishes for more action in his life and gets it. Taran gets given the job of being an assistant pig keeper after complaining of being very bored with his life. The story begins when Taran lose the pig after it runs away after ... Read the complete review
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