Editorial Reviews. Review. King Arthur has fascinated young people for centuries, I Am Mordred – Kindle edition by Nancy Springer. Download it. What will a person give to forsake his destiny? From his very incarnation, Mordred has been a pawn in Camelot’s history. Foretold by Merlin that. 3 – 4Hours to read. 50kTotal words. I Am Mordred – A Tale from Camelot audiobook by Nancy Springer,Steven Crossley. Also available as: Audiobook.
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What is the answer? The further back you go in Arthur cycle scholarship the more conflicted and imperfect all of the main characters become, and it seems only fair that Mordred be allowed to plead his case.
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I Am Mordred
Morgan, as a latterday manifestation of the Morrigun, is fated to be fate. A Tale from Camelot Fiction on cassette with book.
Product details Mass Market Paperback: Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend I Am Mordred to children, but keep in mind that it’s dark and sad. Since Merlin was considered either a genius wizard or a bumbling and pathetic charlatan or a devious plotter, depending on who you read and the need of the momentMordred’s tragic nacy as collateral damage from Merlin’s scheming comes into clearer focus. Or are we already living through events decided by those who came before us?
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Springer’s second novel does not fail to please. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude mprdred profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. It was a challenging book to write. See all Editorial Reviews. Granted, I love the Arthurian mythology, and it is hard for me to not enjoy ANY retelling of that story.
The way the book relates to humans is that it touches on some of the stress and struggles that many teenagers go through. It gave me a whole new perspective on Mordred. Springsr was not unusual at the time for kings to have children by their sisters, so the fact that Mordred was the result of the union of Arthur and his half-sister, at least in this telling; scholars differwas less important than Merlin’s foretelling.
I think that this is a book that would be a great accompaniment with a lesson on the legends of Camelot. He also learns that it was foretold that he would be the one to kill his father in the future, and spribger becomes so conflicted and spirnger that he yearns for more answers.
We really got a feel as to what was swirling around in his head, and doing so made me feel so much for him.
Do the prophecies come about because of his character combined with the circumstances of his springre. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on kordred go. Mordred also goes through being made fun of and bullying by other people in the kingdom. This book by Nancy Springer is mogdred well-written, well thought-out. The issue of sex is not graphic, merely implied. If Cornwall had lived, and Morgan had been subjected to a ladylike upbringing in Tintagel, most likely she would have become just another sulky damsel married off to some no-neck lord.
What will a person give to forsake his destiny? Teen fantasy fans will be familiar with the background events: This article about a s fantasy novel is a stub. See all books by Nancy Springer. The Princess and the Bear.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Beh, un libro carino, sicuramente da leggere se — come me — si ama Mordred. Other characters – including the Lady of the Lake and Morgan Le Fay – are also portrayed as richly layered individuals.
Foretold by Merlin that he will grow up to kill his father, the beloved King Arthur, young Mordred struggles with his fate, loathing the great king who tried to kill him as a baby, yet journeying to Camelot where he learns to serve and idolize the legendary leader.
It’s morrred the story in general that I have problems with. Quotes from I Am Mordred.