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ISBN: 0862203457 / ISBN-13: 9780862203450

The Last Enchantment

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With the great sword Caliburn in his hand and Merlin the enchanter at his side, Arthur comes out of hiding to claim the crown he was born to wear. ... Show synopsis

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  • Last Enchantment (Chivers Press) – Hardcover (1990)
    by Mary Stewart

    Last Enchantment
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    Hardcover, Chivers Press
    1990
    English
    Large type edition. Large type / large print.
    592 pages

    ISBN: 0862203457
    ISBN-13: 9780862203450

  • 1. Hardcover, Chivers Press, 1990

    Large type edition. Large type / large print.

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  • 2. Hardcover, Chivers Press, 1990

    Large type edition. Large type / large print.

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Reviews of The Last Enchantment

Overall customer rating: 5.000
Girondine

Wonderful blend of legend and history

by Girondine on Jul 25, 2013

The third book of Mary Stewart's Arthurian saga. As in the previous two volumes, Merlin is the narrator, picking up the story where ?The Hollow Hills? left off, on the night of the day Arthur was proclaimed High King of Britain at the ripe old age of fourteen. Mary Stewart crafted each book as a ... More

dragonheart3264

great book so far

by dragonheart3264 on Dec 4, 2009

am reading the book right now, Love it so far! cannot wait to get to the next one, book four More

Ellyb

Beautiful

by Ellyb on Sep 30, 2008

This conclusion to Mary Stewart's Merlin Trilogy is every bit as well-written and gripping as the first two (It is my understanding that there is a fourth book, but that it is from the point of view of Mordred, rather than Merlin). In "The Last Enchantment," Merlin experiences the erratic wane of his ... More

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