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In a Britain struggling to survive Roman invasion, Eilan is the daughter of a Druidic warleader, gifted with visions and marked by fate to become a priestess of the Forest House. But fate also led Eilan to Gaius, a soldier of mixed blood, son of the Romans sent to subdue the native British. For Gaius, Eilan felt forbidden love, and her terrible secret will haunt her even as she is anointed as the new High Priestess.
With mighty enemies poised to destroy the magic the Forest House shelters, Eilan must trust in the power of the great Goddess to lead her through the treacherous labyrinth of her destiny. Leia mais Leia menos. A casa da floresta Ciclo de Avalon Livro 2. Priestess of Avalon English Edition. Special adaptors to allow these tapes to be played on any cassette player are available through the publisher or some US retail electronics stores. Detalhes do produto Formato: Ace 1 de abril de Vendido por: Lady of Avalon English Edition.
Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. This is a far back prequel to the Mists of Avalon and an introduction to the next book, The Lady of Avalon. Back in the time when the people of Britannia weren’t yet so dominated by Christian oppression and the Druids, were experiencing their first battles against Roman occupation of the territory.
Avalon was not even a place yet and the priestesses were not quite independent yet. The Forest House is the just the beginning of the magical road to Avalon. This is one of Zimmer Bradley’s classics that I just never got to read but with our bad weather finished it in a few days. I’m familiar with the background of the story from her works – especially the Mists of Avalon that this precedes and the works of the incomparable Morgan Llewellyn that covers much of the same subject matter.
The only reason it got a 4 star instead of the 5 star is that it was somewhat predictable – and the ending too violent for my taste. But the characters are strong, for the most part well developed and relatable. I read this book after The Mists of Avalon and kind of feel that reading it first would’ve been better.
I love the fact that it’s a historically accurate fiction and you really develop care for the characters and their troubles. Every book she writes seems to end tragically and I have to say this one was quite heart breaking and left me yearning to read more of her writings, unfortunately I felt this was her last “strong” book, maybe because there is another writer involved in some of her following books. It starts a little slow, but is worth the read.
The history is so very well done. One can feel the blend of real history and fantasy are seamlessly combined with the real Earth-Goddess based religions of today.
Excellent book, I couldn’t put it down, but what else could we expect from the amazing Marion Zimmer-Bradley! As good as “The Mists of Avalon” I have a first edition In fact, I reread them both in order again. I loved, loved, loved “Mists of Avalon,” as can be read in my review for that book. There were some plot points that made me wonder why they were written at all. Some character development was lush, only for those characters not to play a major part in the story.
There were events that I wish were expanded greatly but were rather condensed and some events that were explained in great detail, but didn’t contribute appreciably to the outcome of the story.
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Halfway through, I felt disappointed with “Forest House,” but certainly intended to read to the end. Having given my criticisms, there were also two parts that avaoon the intensity that I felt “Mists” possesses and, therefore, make “Forest House” absolutely worth reading.
One was an initiation ceremony that was so beautifully done that I still think about the imagery in it. The other part is the ending – the last 30 pages or so. The tension that seemed lacking suddenly ratcheted up and the purpose of the story became clear.
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There is very little resolution in this story, sort of like “The Empire Strikes Back,” which stands on its own as a sort of coming-of-age story, but is best seen in context of the real resolution of “The Return of the Jedi. The Goddess doesn’t forget about us and let us founder for no reason. What abalon trivial could have a far-reaching consequence, even if you don’t understand it in this life.
I’m currently reading “Lady of Avalon,” which is showing the consequences ljvro “Forest House” that ultimately lead into “Mists. There is beauty in the author’s writing that cannot be missed.
But expect to need to read the next book for satisfaction. If you’ve enjoyed “Mists,” seeing the story to its conclusion is the right thing to do, anyway. We could all use more Goddess in our lives.
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