eBook Merlin's Gift download
by Ian McDowell
Author: Ian McDowell
Publisher: GuildAmerica Books; 1st edition (August 1, 1997)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. While King Arthur campaigns to conquer all of Europe, his unhappy bastard son, Mordred, forsees the king's downfall and plots with Queen Guinevere to overthrow Arthur.
Merlin's Gift was a great sequel and a logical follow up to the first book. McDowell is very good at painting a picture of the sights, sounds and smells of life in that era (perhaps a little too good for some readers; this is not stuff for the queasy). It's ten years later and Mordred and Guinevere are keeping things on the down low after the climax of the last book. Guinevere's sister is changing and Mordred goes to Merlin for help.
Ian Mcdowell is a wonderful writer. com User, August 20, 2001. I bought these books when they first came out and was delighted in the phrasing and talent of Mr. Mcdowell. Recently I re-read them and am still pleased. These books are keepers and I look forward to more writings by the author. McDowell's Mordred novels are wonderful! By Thriftbooks. com User, June 13, 1999.
Used availability for Ian McDowell's Merlin's Gift. August 1997 : USA Paperback.
Written by. Ian McDowell. Manufacturer: Avon Books (Mm) Release date: 1 August 1997 ISBN-10 : 0380781972 ISBN-13: 9780380781973.
The book itself makes a great children's gift because it has many interactive features and puzzles built into each page. The text is informative insofar as it puts to paper details that were previously passed down as oral history. So Cool! This book is so cool! Even the jewel laden cover is special.
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Avon Books, 251 pages. Merlin's Gift is a sequel to his first novel, Mordred's Curse. He lives in Greensboro, NC. ISFDB Bibliography. Mr. McDowell has put a twist on the Arthurian legend, telling his story from the point-of-view of Mordred, the once-antagonist, now reservedly-trusted son of Arthur.