I love all of Lawheads 'Arthur/Merlin' stories.
This is a good story as well.
What it needs is less elaboration upon the feelings and more
story at the end.
I thought that I was listening to a parody done by Monty Python
and not a real story... One needs no more than 3 (at most)
representations of the conditions of the situation. There are
cases where the count of a dozen are exceeded...
Additionally, the ending is weak... this leaves no answers to most
of the real 'mysteries' and little desire to get a subsequent
story in a series if that is the intent of the precipitous and
meaningless end of this saga.
I KNOW SRLawhead is a great writer. Let's see his real skills
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