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The Forest House (Avalon)

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    Marion Zimmer Bradley(Author) Rosalyn Landor(Narrator)

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The Roman grip on their empire was slackening, the Druidic order was itself in turmoil. Caught in the conflict are a young British girl of Druidic family, chosen to be a priestess, and a Roman tribune, ambitious for power, but - with a British mother - torn between the two cultures.

"Compelling, powerful."--San Francisco Chronicle "A seamless weave of history and myth."--Library Journal "A magical evocation of a lost age."--Starlog"Compelling, powerful."--San Francisco Chronicle

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  • By MonaB on 7 August 2016

    Very fast delivery - thanks Amazon!I loved Mists of Avalon and this prequel is equally enchanting. If you love historic novels - read this one even or rather especially if you've never read any books about early Britain.But be warn! - do not read any book about Avalon if you are conservative in your religious views! You won't like it as it may sometimes sound as a blasphemy.

  • By lindsayemma on 6 June 2013

    This book is fantastic. It was very good at making me feel like i was there in the story and i felt for each character as they went through their struggles. I love books like this and think this series are very well written full of adventure, mystery and magic. Beautiful descriptions made all the better because i read the book while on holiday in Italy so the connections with the Romans and Britain were spectacular. If you like books such as the Guinevere and Isolde trilogy you will love this series :) 5 stars

  • By Gayl MacKinnon on 12 June 2011

    I had previously read 4 other book from the Avalon series, which were wonderful, and thought it was time I read the first book in the series. It did not disappoint! MZB brings her characters to life. You feel that you know them. In this book, it explains how Avalon was founded. Their interaction with the Romans was not always peaceful, as is usual when foreign people come to claim a country for themselves. However, the 2 main characters cross barriers that stand the test of time. It was a wonderful story and I would recommend it.

  • By BadGirlBadger on 11 January 2015

    Really like this set of books. Read Mists of Avalon years ago and look forward to reading the whole set. Handy being able to take it around on the kindle but I do miss the smell of books :-)

  • By Kathy9 on 18 June 2015

    Another link in the wonderful series of Avalon. Diana Paxton and Marion zimmer Bradley never fail to hold my attention to the very ladt moment.

  • By elizabeth harries on 29 April 2013

    This is actually part of the early centuries of the series and explains succinctly how Avalon came into being. \i read the series in reverse and so it wasn't until I reached this book that the characters fell into place.

  • By JudyJade on 31 July 2013

    History, romance, magic, thoroughly enjoyed reading this. Enjoying this whole series as i find they feed my soul ~ aspects we don't get in today's modern world!

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