As much as I hate to admit it, my knowledge of the Arthurian legend is circumscribed. The only idea I had about it came from my History class in middle school. And it didn't really spark me an interest.
But seeing as to how obsessed I am with Meg Cabot, her books and her voice in most of her stories (to which I gradually failed mimicking over the years when it came down to writing my own story),
I just have to get this book and hope for the best.
Turns out, this is far better than I imagined. Sure there have been some circumstances in which I incrementally grew frustrated over some scenes but mostly, the story itself depicted a strange aroma and I fell in love with it.