Couldn't Stop!

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I couldn't put this book down, so thank you Robyn Schneider for a very long, sleepless night. So be fair warned, don't start this late at night or if you can't finish it all in one sitting.

I've always loved Camelot and tales of King Arthur and his knights, so I love this gender-bent, feminist version. It was a little hard to see so many things in this book diverge from the original tales, but the writing, stunning plot, and fantastic characters made up for it all. Emry practically jumps off the page, and I love her relationship with Prince Arthur. And her relationship with the rest of the knights is the best thing about this book for me. The knights are amazing and I want to go join them in their world.

This book had me laughing out loud several times, which is something that hardly ever happens in a book. The characters are sassy and not afraid to say something even if it's not widely accepted.