Children of the May

Children of the May

S.J. Moore / Jan 25, 2020

Children of the May A Prophecy A Shipwreck The Battle for Britain begins They hardly remember the May children The one hundred and forty children King Arthur exiled from Britain Mordred he s the one they talk about They

  • Title: Children of the May
  • Author: S.J. Moore
  • ISBN: 9781311698605
  • Page: 325
  • Format: ebook
  • A Prophecy A Shipwreck The Battle for Britain begins They hardly remember the May children The one hundred and forty children King Arthur exiled from Britain Mordred he s the one they talk about They say he was the only May child who survived They were wrong This is the story of the children King Arthur sent to their deaths on the strength of Merlin s prophecy TA Prophecy A Shipwreck The Battle for Britain begins They hardly remember the May children The one hundred and forty children King Arthur exiled from Britain Mordred he s the one they talk about They say he was the only May child who survived They were wrong This is the story of the children King Arthur sent to their deaths on the strength of Merlin s prophecy This is the secret history of the Children of the May Children of the May is the first novel in S J Moore s Children of the May saga Inventively adapted from tales in Thomas Malory s Le Morte d Arthur and other medieval sources, the Children of the May stories are full of action, adventure, mystery, humour and romance a version of the Arthurian legends for today.

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      • S.J. Moore

        S J Moore is a writer from the North East of England His acclaimed Children of the May series of Arthurian fantasy stories is ongoing A novella not part of that series, Untitled Ghost Story, is now available from Salt Publishing s Modern Dreams line.


    889 Comments

    1. At first, I hesitated to read this book. I saw that it was another Arthur adaptation, and I was afraid of being trapped in the mind of another tragically formulaic YA protagonist. But that all flew out the window when I met Drift, the MC of Children of the May.Drift isn't the most attractive in the world, he's awkward and unsure of himself at times, but in spite of that- or rather, because of that- he's definitely someone I can cheer for. The other characters only brought out more of Drift's fas [...]


    2. This book reinvents the famous arthurian event of the killing of the babies of May. Arthur and Merlin decide to kill the babies and children born in May and the rest of the story follows the adventures of the children and teenagers that survived the ship wreck in a mysterious island. Drift is the narrator.The rest of the review will be under spoilers.(view spoiler)[I will start the review with the things I loved and liked in the book.I really like the overall plot and the explanations for what i [...]


    3. I am currently reading this series on Wattpad. I love the unique re-telling of the almost a exhausted Arthurian mythography, but the dialogue is odd and decontextualizing. Drift is fascinating, and I am hoping the voices become a bit more understandable and less disjunctive with the setting as the series progresses.



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