In this final installment of the Squire's Tale series, Terence and his fellow Knights of the Round Table must come together in a last stand to save Camelot. The characters Gerald Morris has brought to life throughout his series—“Terence and Gawain, Lynet and Gaheris, Luneta and Rhience, Dinadan and Palomides"—each have an important role to play in this climactic final conflict. Maintaining their faith, selflessness, and honor, Arthur's court bands together to try to defeat Morgause and Mordred and banish the dark magic from England forever.
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And so, perversely, it's my favourite of the lot, I think. I liked what Gerald Morris did with it -- how he made it his, and how he was at the same time true to the original stories. In a way, his style didn't do too well at this kind of serious, heartbreaking narrative, but I never really found that that mattered while I was reading it. Perhaps it doesn't hold up to too much thought.
The other, earlier books are all suitable for reasonably young children, but I think this one takes a heavy leap forward.more