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If you could sum up Warrior of the West in three words, what would they be?
All about relationships
What was one of the most memorable moments of Warrior of the West?
The second to last scene when you realize that Artur is alone
Which character – as performed by Steven Crossley – was your favorite?
I love most of Hume's characters, but I think that Nimway may be my favorite because of her optimism.
Any additional comments?
I have read or listened to most of the contemporary Arthurian Legend novels and this trilogy is one of my two favorites. It is, in the end, all about the different relationships between the characters and how those relationships shape events. Listening to this book, I often stopped and replayed a few passages, just so I could relish how beautifully the author describes a particular setting or the emotions of one of her characters. I also love the strength of the Hume's women. This is a book to sit back and listen to slowly so that you can enjoy the beauty of the writing and the message hope that it offers.
This is the second book in the King Arthur Trilogy. It starts out great with an exciting description of early medieval warfare and thrilling adventures of King Arthur. Unfortunately, after the first half the book begins to drag way too slowly. The second half tells the story of King Arthur meeting and marrying Guinevere. There is no grey in this Guinevere--she's spoiled and awful almost to the point that her character is a bit unbelievable. The second half of the book develops a deep morose tone that is hard to slug through. I finished the book with some difficultly both due to the depressing feel and lack of any real action. This book could have been great if the last third had been chopped off or replaced with another adventure.