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I Am Mordred review

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I Am Mordred: A Tale from Camelot by Nancy Springer

Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult

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After reading I am Mordred: A...Camelot; Nancy Springer review, I thought "I should so read that book!" I've always wanted to know more about King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, but I never really found a book about it. Then a couple days later I found the book at my library. I thought "Oh my! They have it!" I wasn't even looking for it!

I liked this book a lot. It's written from Mordred's viewpoint, telling his life, beginning as a little boy.

I didn't know much about the tale of Camelot so this was quite the eyeopener! I just loved it!! It's also written so believable. It puts you right into the world of Camelot and makes you feel for Mordred and understand his pain.

Two thumbs way WAY up! ^_^

/ [*Phoenix*]

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