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It is a chronicle of deeds and adventures of a group of knights who form a modern-day Camelot in this Arthurian style legend but only in a shabby hillside house and the knights fight battles against the rising corruption all around the American culture in their way.
What makes this book stand out?
For spinning a lovable yarn about thieves and not-so-apparently-good people but with their hearts true and in the right place.
Read it for
The robust camaraderie of the knights and their somewhat tragic attempts to save what cannot be saved.
Don't read it for
If adult fairy tales do not appeal to you.