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    PDF or EBOOK (I Am Mordred A Tale from Camelot) read & download À eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ü Nancy Springer Nancy Springer Ü 7 characters So Mordred is born and Merlin declares ‘he’s evil and he’s going to kill the king’Mordred spends the next 200 pages saying ‘I’m not evil and I’m not going to kill the king’He says this over and over to himself the reader other characters all while drifting though life at Camelot as pretty much The Only Sane Man ™ and shaking his head all damn what is up with all the fights to the death with each other a

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characters Ø I Am Mordred A Tale from Camelot Nancy Springer Ü 7 characters read & download À eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ü Nancy Springer Doomed narrator forever dressed in black fights his destiny Only lovely Nyneve believes the la. A surprisingly complex bookMordred for those of you who aren t aware is a figure from Arthurian legend The illegitimate son of King Arthur was demonized in the original text due to his birth Here his side of the story is told And it s not as simple as misunderstood softie Instead it s a study into the idea of fate and self fulfilling prophecyMordred has been marked as the man who will kill King Arthur since his birth which caused the king to cast all the babies of his kingdom out into the sea Having survived this ordeal and arriving at a fishing village in which his childhood is spent Mordred is then picked up by a woman named Nyneve who becomes his closest friend and the one who is determined to see to it Mordred does not kill ArthurI Am Mordred s main theme is fatalism versus our ability to decide King Arthur comes off as a very nice man who has made poor decisions in his past Indeed aside from Nyneve Arthur is the person nicest to Mordred But he seems resigned to the notion of Mordred as his executioner The uestion that I Am Mordred asks is does fate alone produce these kinds of tragedies or does faith in fate cause them Once Mordred succumbs to the idea of fate he becomes brazen unwillingly and regretfully yet constantly moving towards what he perceives as his destiny But what truly causes this What is fated to happen is not known but is fate simply a perception Anything can be claimed to be fated to happen What is the answer That uestion and its answer Or lack thereof is what made I Am Mordred a highly memorable read and one of my favorite stories from 2012 It s truly a shame that it s so underratedIf there is one mistake that this book makes it s in the ending The epilogue answers uestions that were in my opinion interesting to ponder and think about on our own Though I concede that the bird was a clever plot point I think that the ending simply lacks the ambiguity that made the rest of the story so good and is a low point in a story that is otherwise well written well thought out and surprisingly complex Mordred is one of my favorite YA characters the world is well built and the themes truly are a joy to read This book is truly worth a read

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characters Ø I Am Mordred A Tale from Camelot Nancy Springer Ü 7 characters read & download À eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ü Nancy Springer Mordred only wants his father's love but Camelot believes Merlin's prophecy Arthur's killer The. One of the most enigmatic and mysterious characters of Arthurian legend is Arthur s illegitimate son Mordred Unfortunately he is also one of the least explored In a market flooded with preachy badly written Arthuriana I Am Mordred shines like a rare dark gemThe book opens with King Arthur sadly setting dozens of newborn babies adrift on the ocean Several years later we see a young boy living peacefully with a fisherman and his wife Their happy lives are interrupted when a woman named Nyneve rides in to bring Mordred back to his biological family the royal family of Lothian However they are not pleased to see him He soon finds out why he is the product of incest between King Arthur and his half sister Morgause and is destined to kill his father someday Shocked by this Mordred goes to Camelot and soon begins craving his father s love and acceptance He is also terrified of the prophecy that he will kill Arthur and does everything he can to fight it But can he fight his destiny or only fulfil itOne of the primary themes is whether a person is born bad Mordred has in his lifetime done nothing wrong Yet he is treated as a pariah by the people around him His loneliness is broken only by Arthur and by Mordred s dog Gull While traditional Arthurian legends seem to be based around the idea of Mordred being evil because of his incestuous conception Springer simply breaks those ideas apart Nobody is simply born to be evil Destiny and fate are some of the items that are also explored Mordred seeks a way to avoid fulfilling the prophecy but risks fulfilling it through avoidance King Arthur is a good supporting character surprisingly complex Springer portrays him as an essentially good man who committed a terrible crime in an effort to save himself and his kingdom and who regrets it He wants to love Mordred as Mordred wants to be loved but is as afraid of the prophecy as Mordred isLike I am Morgan Le Fay this book is of a psychological work that raises new uestions to previous assumptions I definitely recommend this book to all fans of CamelotMore of Purplycookie s Reviews Book Details Title I Am Mordred A Tale from CamelotAuthor Nancy Springer Reviewed By Purplycookie

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characters Ø I Am Mordred A Tale from Camelot Nancy Springer Ü 7 characters read & download À eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ü Nancy Springer D can be good traps manipulator Merlin gives boy white pup Gull takes them to his mother's cast. The interest in reading this sprung mainly from my current Merlin kick In all honesty I was shocked at how much I enjoyed it I figured that it would play out as of a children s book that wouldn t hardly scratch the surface of the pain and conflict that Mordred felt Boy was I ever wrong I Am Mordred was a beautifully told story about a very conflicted and struggling boy The characters were realistic as well as the dialogue and setting Mordred s life has always been one full of pity and tragedy When he was just a baby his father King Arthur tried to kill him Without his knowing he survived and was found by a fisherman who took him home After so many years Mordred finds himself being taken away from his adoptive family and being placed in another home but this time with the nobility Taunted and sometimes just ignored Mordred grows up here knowing that his father is King Arthur He also learns that it was foretold that he would be the one to kill his father in the future and thus becomes so conflicted and worrisome that he yearns for answers At fifteen he is sent to Camelot with his older adoptive brothers to become a part of Arthur s kingdom It is here with his father that he hopes to find the answers that he s been looking for his entire lifeThe writing was really wonderul Nancy Springer did a fabulous job in detailing Mordred s inner struggles from child to young adult We really got a feel as to what was swirling around in his head and doing so made me feel so much for him Also she set the scene in such a realistic way that it was almost like watching a reenactment on the History channel It was all done so beautifully as well it was all just so very very goodPacing wise I had no problems with this book The transitions are smooth and not rushed at allThe characters were also written and developed in a nice way We get to see Mordred s transformation in a smooth way and how much conflicted he becomes within himself His thoughts and feelings are obvious and present and portrayed in a realistic manner By the end of the book I just really wanted to give the boy a hug We also got small backstories on Nyneve who was a vital person in Mordred s growth and Morgan Le Faye Truly they were all done so very well that I don t have many complaints Their dialogue was well done and fit the time and their actions just the sameOverall I Am Mordred was a nice and beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with who he is and will be The writing as well as characters were spot on and truly fit the era of time Nearly everything about this book was beautiful If you re into Arthurian legend or anything of the sort then I do recommend that you pick up this book and let it move you as it did me 5Recommend If you re into Arthurian legend and are curiousIf you want to read a nice story about a magical boy who finally finds himself

  • Paperback
  • 184
  • I Am Mordred A Tale from Camelot
  • Nancy Springer
  • English
  • 01 October 2020
  • 9780698118416