The Mists of AvalonBook - 2000
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My introduction to Arthurian legend came at the ripe age of 14 when I first read The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. The cryptic but beautiful descriptions of the magic that the priestesses of the Mother Goddess wield transported me to Avalon. Morgaine was the first character of her kind I was exposed to, powerful but flawed, and of course I was also entertained by the doomed love… (more)
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This is one of my very favorite books and is known as the modern classic of Arthurian literature. Rather than following Arthur and the brave knights of his Round Table, this book is told from multiple female perspectives, including Morgaine, a priestess of Avalon and half sister to Arthur, and th... Read More »
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Morgan le Fay turns against her younger brother Arthur when she thinks he has betrayed the old religion of Avalon.
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