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Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle, Book 1) (original 1987; udgave 1990)

af Stephen R. Lawhead

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The legends of King Arthur come alive with a Christian world-view in these masterfully told adventures. These new editions contain new maps and other new material.
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Titel:Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle, Book 1)
Forfattere:Stephen R. Lawhead
Info:Harper Voyager (1990), Mass Market Paperback, 496 pages
Samlinger:Senior Fiction, Dit bibliotek
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Provides a backstory to the King Arthur legend. In one thread the reader is taken all the way back to Atlantis, a kingdom that is about to be destroyed. In another story line a band of Britons debates about their future leadership, as the chieftan's son seems horribly unlucky. A mysterious babe pulled out of the water, a perilous voyage across the sea, strangers that welcome refugees, and a mysterious Fisher King all appear as the story begins to move towards characters the reader will recognize from the Arthurian myth. Captivating and vivid writing make for an enjoyable fantasy read. ( )
  debs4jc | Dec 1, 2019 |
I grabbed this book because I generally like Mr. Lawhead's books and I wanted to read more about Taliesin after a trip to Wales. This is not that book despite the title.
In theory, the book is split between Taliesin and Charis, the Atlantean princess and bull-dancer, but the Taliesin sections, especially at the first part, are more about the Celtic settlement he lives in. This is really a story about Charis, and a lot of time is spent on her life and the sinking of Atlantis. Taliesin is more of a minor character, a Celtic bard who she eventually decides to marry after he becomes a Christian.
I know that Christian monks came in droves to Britain after the Romans left, but Taliesin was a druid and there's no indication that he converted in any records I've found. It didn't make sense, quite frankly. Mr. Lawhead does a deft job in weaving in the Arthurian legend with the Atlantis story, but sometimes it's a reach. For example, Charis becomes the Lady of the Lake because she was swimming once in a vision. Morgain's character development to the villainess is non-existent. One minute she's a little girl and suddenly she's plotting against her sister.
The writing also seemed more like the book was meant for middle-grade ages than an adult fantasy. I won't go on, but this was a big disappointment. I'll look elsewhere for my Celtic tales. ( )
  N.W.Moors | Jun 9, 2019 |
leggere dall'inizio del libro alla fine "qual è" scritto erroneamente "qual'è" risulta veramente una seccatura! per fortuna questo errore non risulta nei libri sucessivi... ( )
  elerwen | May 29, 2019 |
A Christian look at the Arthurian legend. This starts long before Arthur though. It starts with the destruction of Atlantis. It continues with an unknown Prince, who was prophesied to be the Summer King, marrying an Atlantean Princess[refugees settling in Briton] and ends with the birth of their son Merlin who Taliesin gives his life in exchange for. Taliesin gave up being the Summer King so that his son could live, and usher in the True Summer King. I haven't read this series in over 6 years and I still cried when Taliesin died. Powerful stuff. ( )
  BookstoogeLT | Dec 10, 2016 |
One of my favorite books from my childhood. I remember doing a book report on it MANY years ago when I was in 8th grade. ( )
  SaraMSLIS | Jan 26, 2016 |
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Celtic indicia taken from The Celtic Design Book by Rebecca McKilip w permission

At some point this was combined with an omnibus of the first three books in the series. If your omnibus appears here please separate it if you can, or post in the "Combiners" group.
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