I would and have recommended this book. It's fun, clever, and interesting.
I haven't listened to any of his other works, but I've read several. It's not his best work, but it's still solid.
His voice seemed to fit the picture of the characters I formed in my head. There was no creative dissonance.
No particular moments were what I would call "moving."
I loved the majority of this anthology. One or two stories were not as pleasing to me as the others, and one or two struck me as being off the theme of "Rogues," but the book is well worth reading.
I would. It's a classic, and it uses the classic characters of Arthurian Legend well and effectively.
I have no suggestions. It is a great story. It's just DENSE.
I honestly could not see this being made into a series effectively because I don't think there would be sufficient actors to effectively portray it.
Book I is already an animated movie: The Sword in the Stone.
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