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Advice on how best to scrub the rust spots from armor But Suire Terence has to worry about than his place on the social scale For all the peace and prosperity that has made England famous across Europe Tere. 35 stars The Suire s uestOr Why Courtly Love is an Abomination and Must be Avoided At All Costs Once again this was a perfectly enjoyable read It s funny it has than a few heartfelt moments and it features all of your favorite characters from across nine books as well as some interesting new ones the Greek contingent proved especially great But as with uest of the Fair Unknown the route feels a littlefamiliarOnce again there s a takedown of courtly love and all it stands for Once again there s a disaster avoided at the last moment But as the penultimate work in a series this would be the time to let things end on a darker noteThis would be the place to end with Mordred ascendant and Terence left out in the cold This wouldn t be as satisfying an ending in the short term but that s why there s a last book left to resolve everything If Arthur s court is really on the precipice of disaster I want to feel the doom approachingInstead of yet another example of courtly love gone wrong the book could rather have focused on Terence vs Mordred Perhaps they have to travel together with Terence suspicious and Mordred wrestling with his own nature Could there be to Mordred than meets the eye Could he change as Lancelot and Guinevere do Away from his mother s control does he even want to kill his father Or perhaps Terence and Mordred are each other s eual and opposite both connected to the Other World both powerful with one fighting against King Arthur and one fighting for himI m curious to see what will happen in the last book But if Books 8 and 9 prove true I fear we may simply be going down a path we ve seen before

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The Suire's uest

Nce is uneasy After nearly six months without contact with the World of the Faeries – not even from his old friend the mischievous sprite Robin – Terence is sure something is rotten in King Arthur's cour. This series continues to get darker while still managing to have moments of levity and the same fantastical elements that drew me to the very first book It was fun to spend so much time with Terence and Dinadan and I especially loved the Greek mythology elements in this installment That being said I was disappointed with the female characters because although Eileen and Sarah have small speaking roles they are mostly reduced to love interests and have next to no involvement with the plot of the bookOverall an enjoyable read I m so sad I have only one book left to read in this series

Gerald Morris ☆ 6 Read

Why is it Terence wondered that the things you know most surely are always the things you can’t demonstrate to any one elseAnd why is it after all of these years that Terence is still just a suire offering. Well I thought a baby could see through Mordred s plots but at least this broke the status uo in Camelot I m a little sad for Sarah being used in this perfunctory way as a love interest after having a whole book to herself in which she completely kicked ass But the issue of Eileen and Terence was finally dealt with and the whole issue where Arthur depends on Terence but he s just a suire in CamelotSo that was fun although Gerald Morris is still sadly lacking in a brain when it comes to talking about Chr tien de Troyes This won t matter to kids reading these books but it matters rather a lot to me Argh


10 thoughts on “The Suire's uest

  1. says:

    Shut up this is an id series for me I can see of its flaws and I don't care These flaws include complete and total ahistoricism put any and all knowledge of post third century European or Byzantine history s religion etc in a seale

  2. says:

    Well I thought a baby could see through Mordred's plots but at least this broke the status uo in Camelot I'm a little sad for Sarah being used in this perfunctory way as a love interest after having a whole book to herself in which she completely kicked ass But the issue of Eileen and Terence was finally dealt with and the whole issue where Arthur depends on Terence but he's just a suire in CamelotSo that was fun althoug

  3. says:

    Gerald Morris never disappoints and this latest installment is no exception If you are already a fan you will be delighted

  4. says:

    Yet another really good entry in the Suire's Tale series I am impressed that Morris can continue to deliver such a well developed plot with believable characters And a little sad that there is only one in the series I will definitely reread th

  5. says:

    this is an excellent book fun and full of fresh clean romance combined with one final adventure before the end of the story but this book is relay about lies and how they effect the rest of your life and the lives of others another great book from Gerald Morris

  6. says:

    35 stars The Suire’s uestOr 'Why Courtly Love is an Abomination and Must be Avoided At All Costs'Once again this was a perfectly enjoyable read It’s funny it has than a few heartfelt moments and it features all of your favorite

  7. says:

    This series continues to get darker while still managing to have moments of levity and the same fantastical elements that drew me to the very first book It was fun to spend so much time with Terence and Dinadan and I especi

  8. says:

    I had trouble decided what to rate this one There was a lot about this story that I liked but the TristamIseult plotline is basically my least favorite out of the series and we get a round two here and it's just as depressi

  9. says:

    This one was so sad For this reason it was my least favorite of the series thus far That said The Suire's uest st

  10. says:

    The courtly love reached new heights of absurdity This book does mark a dark turn for the series for obvious reasons Death betrayal and a deep plot come to fruition I don’t uite see why Sarah had to be part of this stor