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Of this sequel to A Squire's Tale, based on Arthurian legend, PW said, "For those who like their adventures fast and flip, this questing comedy is good sport." Ages 12-up. (June) n
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Young Terence, squire to Sir Gawain, can't deny that things at Camelot are changing--and not for the better. Handsome new knight Sir Lancelot has eclipsed Gawain's star and also has won the heart of Queen Guinevere, sending courtiers into a gossipy frenzy, and beloved King Arthur into a depression. When the mysterious, otherworldly Green Knight issues a daunting challenge, only Gawain accepts, proving his loyalty to Arthur, though embracing potential tragedy. But the quest proves a soul-searching, ultimately rewarding personal pilgrimage. A sequel of sorts to Morris' The Squire's Tale (1998), this delightful interpretation of "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" stands well on its own. The glory days of knights and quests are brought to life with humor, dimensional characters, exceptionally descriptive prose, and fresh, modern dialogue. Although Morris takes some liberties with the story line and characters--explained in a charming, informative endnote--his novel, with a skillful use of wit and drama, illustrates that heroes of life and literature are by no means diminished by human folly. Shelle Rosenfeld --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.See all Product Description
This book is really funny. It only reminded me a little of Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles, though I have heard it called almost the same. Read morePublished on Sept. 12 2003 by Amarantha
"The Squire, His Knight and His Lady" is a wonderful, enchanting book that I personally love. Mr. Morris' writing just brings every character to life, and makes you fall in love... Read morePublished on June 12 2003 by Roberta Storrie
Sure, it's a good book but please, the whole plot is borrowed. The names, plot, personaliy, everything seems the same as Lloyd Alexander's books. Read morePublished on Nov. 26 2002
The Squire, His Knight, and His Lady is the stunning sequel to A Squire's Tale that continues with Terence and Gawain's adventures. Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2002 by DEMartin
I was looking in the library for a book and stumbled onto this one and it's sequals. I loved them all! Read morePublished on June 28 2002
I think this book is wonderful. I couldn't put it down. Gerald Morris' writing is amazing. He puts in a lot of humor and I really like that. Read morePublished on May 31 2002
This book is definatley worth while especially if you like a mixture of medival, fiction, adventure and mystery. Terence has been Gawain's squire for a few years now. Read morePublished on Oct. 28 2001
This is the tale of the humbling of Gawain, a legendary knight of the Round Table. It is told through the eyes of Gawain's squire, Terence. Read morePublished on July 29 2001
Gawain and Terence begin their journeys once again in this sequel to The Squire's Tale. In this book, Gawain is to meet his death by a way that you must read to find out. Read morePublished on May 23 2001 by Maryam