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Read ☆ Arthurian Omen Holar is murdered when she finds a clue to a priceless 13th century manuscript tha. The setting and premise are exceptional in this novel however the execution is very average I found The Aurthurian Omen to be a very predictable and formulaic attempt at a suspense novel The characters seem exactly like fictional characters rather than having the feel of real people and were just not very believable to meAs I stated in my opener I really enjoyed the fact that the novel was set in the beautiful and mysterious Welsh countryside and having the mystery itself involving finding proof of the actual existence of King Arthur made for an extremely interesting premise Unfortunately I had most of the particulars figured out well in advance of their reveal Things in the novel seemed to plod along at times and I really had to sit down and force myself to get to work and finish it upThe blurb on the back of the book touts it to be in the tradition of Mary Higgins Clark While I personally have not read any Mary Higgins Clark yet my significant other reads a lot of her work and was also extremely disappointed with this novel

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Read ☆ Arthurian Omen Is the story of King Arthur history or myth In this spellbinding novel a Celtic sc. The so called Prince Henry might ravage the country until no one was left but he could never destroy the spirit of Cymru It was eternal It would lie on in the hills the rivers the land until Arthur returned to reclaim them The Good I received this book as an Early Reviewer on Library Thing It s a story about a manuscript proving the existence of King Arthur and what various parties will do to get their hands on it Maren Southcott s sister Rachael an academic was on its trail before she was murdered Now Maren is on the hunt for not only her sister s killer but also the manuscript I was really looking forward to this book because I love Wales and its mythology The prologue set in 15th century Wales sets the tone and pace for the novel We meet Brother Gruffyd who hides the manuscript from soon to be Henry IV The syntax and diction fit with the time period and I hoped to see of these flashbacks to show us Owain Glyndwr an Arthur like figure for Wales who could play a parallel hero to Maren The Bad I found it very difficult to get through this book I would categorize it as a uick read the kind of book you read in an airport to pass the time but I couldn t read than a few pages at a time The plot is very disjointed In fact I would say the book became about Maren and the various problems with her marriage and child than about the manuscript The focus of the book jumped around thanks to various subplots that were nothing but distracting There were even times I forgot Maren was looking for the manuscript There were too many coincidences loose ends and a lack of clues for me to enjoy the story As well there were too many characters for me to keep track of meaning they weren t fleshed out enough they weren t believable For example it seemed like every man Maren met fell in love with her And I can t tell you how many times the word bigamous was used because there were too many to countThe most disappointing aspect though was the lack of mythology I expected with the story taking place in Wales that we would see and hear about King Arthur and Owain Glyndwr but often than not we were subjected to mountains of dialogue I would even say that the setting was missing for the first fifty pages of the book One reason for the disjointedness of the novel is the story behind its origins Vandagriff suffered from an illness that reuired her to undergo a procedure that wiped out most of the last ten years of her life She had been in the midst of writing The Arthurian Omen Fortunately her doctor was able to find the right medications to manage her illness By this time she had found the half finished manuscript on her computer and I think this is the main reason for the story not meshing together properly The Ugly This book really wasn t ready for publishing It reads like a very rough draft It s wordy and suffers from a lack of focus in the plot It s very dialogue heavy with various characters jumping to wild conclusions The reader is left floating without a proper setting to 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  • Paperback
  • 322
  • Arthurian Omen
  • G.G. Vandagriff
  • English
  • 14 April 2020
  • 9781590388631