Chasing Merlin

  • Title: Chasing Merlin
  • Author: SarahWhite
  • ISBN: 9781475191028
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chasing Merlin When Dyllan Carter ships off to London to start a Master s in Medieval Literature she expects to spend a lot of time in the library to write a lot of papers and to develop acute tendinitis before s
    When Dyllan Carter ships off to London to start a Master s in Medieval Literature, she expects to spend a lot of time in the library, to write a lot of papers, and to develop acute tendinitis before she finishs her thesis on the difference between Merlin the myth and Merlin the man What she didn t expect was Emrys After their initial crash meeting in the tunnels of the uWhen Dyllan Carter ships off to London to start a Master s in Medieval Literature, she expects to spend a lot of time in the library, to write a lot of papers, and to develop acute tendinitis before she finishs her thesis on the difference between Merlin the myth and Merlin the man What she didn t expect was Emrys After their initial crash meeting in the tunnels of the underground, she seems to bump into him everywhere in the library and even on the street He knows almost as much as she does about her subject area and he s not even in school His actions are sometimes awkward, and very out of the blue often to the level of absurdity So when he offers to give her a tour of the old places in Wales not far from his home she can t help but wonder who fate has brought her As the legends get closer and the journey becomes dangerous, Dyllan finds questions and fewer answers Will she be able to finish her thesis Or is this her life s final chapter

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    1. Originally published at Lisa Loves LiteratureThe idea behind this book is really unique! The main character is Dyllan, and she is going to London to work on her Master's degree in Medieval Literature. Her subject is to learn more about Merlin, not really all the myths exactly, but more about him as a real man. There are several surprises for her when she arrives. One is that she has a roommate, which she didn't expect, but soon is very happy to have Gina around. Another surprise is the guy she b [...]

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    2. I really liked the story. It shows that in legends there might be a bit of truth and for those of us who have never stopped looking out for unicorns, it's a great book to read (though there are no unicorns in the book :-D )What I wasn't too happy about were the typos, the fact that British people used American words like "gotten" or "auto", and the fact that the writer is convinced that men are "blonde".I find quite amusing that she states in the book that the Europeans drive on the left. Last t [...]

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    3. A spectacular new take on the Merlin legend. True, some parts are a little unbelievable, but the book is fast-paced in comparison to others on the same subject and is a fun read. I was truly glad that I got it.

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    4. This book ended up encapsulating most of the sides of my connection to the idea or character or person Merlin, and it caught me off guard. It gets at the captivation of the idea of Merlin, the pursuit to find out more, the stone wall of trying to get past the scholarship to a person, reconciling oneself to get past the myth to form a deeper relationship with the character, and ultimately finding the power of Merlin, sought originally outside oneself-- from within.In terms of cons, I did think th [...]

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    5. First book of the 2016! I got it for my birthday and was excited to read it that I dived into it a couple of days after I got it! I've had a busy schedule this past week and it's taken me a while to get through it! I liked that this book read as a contemporary with the elements of magic being weaved into the story very nicely. However, I did have a few issues with the book as a whole. Especially some parts near the ending that I don't want to get into because of spoilers. What I can say is, I fe [...]

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    6. LOVED IT! SO GLAD I BOUGHT IT! WOULD'VE BEEN VERY VERY SAD IF I HAD TO GIVE IT BACK TO THE LIBRARY! One of the rare occasions when I've bought a book before reading it and I'm so glad I did. It was fantastic. I loved the story, so cool. Gotta love mention of BBC's Merlin and Colin Morgan. Problem with that was when it came to Emrys I saw him as Colin Morgan so bit freakyTowards the end I was super super scared that he'd die and Dyllan would be the new guardian of the Pendragons and such but THAN [...]

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    7. Merlin is one of those characters who, in one form or another, has been written about more times than a person can count. In my experience, there is no in-between portrayal of Merlin, it is either good or bad. This story is one of the really good ones. I liked that the story addressed both Merlin as myth and Merlin as man and that both aspects were worked into the story. I liked that there was magic present in the story but that it wasn't the main focus and didn't drive everything that happened. [...]

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    8. Great plot, loved it! the whole idea of it just got me! nicely written too, but edition was a little poor. loved the sentences at the beggining of chapters and, gosh, best Epilogue ever!took a star off cause of characters - emrys was an ass and dyllan looked like she was pretending to be blind - or dumb. But Gina was awesome and great book anyways!

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    9. It was riveting in a way that you can't put it down. I hadn't actually been able to devote time to this before today--not in the way I wanted to. Dyllan and Emrey are the characters that make you hope for a better tomorrow. The fact that humanity can be more important than a very old myth-- and that's what is really important. Good work, Sarah!

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    10. 8/10 Worth reading. If you like King Arthur legends, you will enjoy this take on his friend/advisor, Merlin. This book is well written, reasonably paced, and very enjoyable. Some bits are a little out there, which might irk those of us who prefer facts and logic, but I really recommend you give this story a try.

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    11. I truly enjoyed and loved the book. I've always enjoy Merlin and Arthur legends and to see it written so differently in this book was amazing. I loved the quotes at the beginning of each chapter and the last one, also the mention of BBCs Merlin. Over all the story was alittle rushed and had a few gaps but it was amazing. One of my favorite books of the year so far.

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    12. What a great book! I loved it and Dyllan. I wish I could meet her in real life because we could get along so famously. :) Loved the opinions of Emrys on various takes of the Merlin legend (and yes, the BBC Merlin got it wrong but I am glad they did, their take on Gwen and Lancelot was so much better and I loved Merlin). That was fun to see a mention of that marvelous series.

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