Saturday, April 26, 2008

Book Review: Isolde, Queen of the Western Isle

I said I would post more, but then I got sick. One good thing about being sick is that I actually had time to read a book, even if it was a very quick read.

Isolde is a well-crafted book that is good for a day’s diversion. Set in the reign of King Arthur, it dances on the periphery of Camelot. It is a tale of predestined, if star-crossed love that is helped along by simple-minded aristocrats and magical beings alike. I wouldn’t recommend it for a brain teaser, but it is a pleasant way to spend a day—even if you are recovering from a bug as I was when I read it.

I am really enjoying going through Suna’s library. More books as I have a chance to read them.

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