Gerald Morris Message Board
Raquel posts on 6/20/2008 8:56:11 PM
I've been reading some shakespeare lately and i noticed that the TWELFTH NIGHT resembles Gerald Morris's THE LIONESS AND HER KNIGHT. i don't know if anyone else noticed but the stewards' names are similar and he rushes out to defend the lady gladly, wearing mismatched armor.
Dude posts on 5/24/2008 10:00:46 AM
Wow, I hope Gerald Morris writes more of the Squires Tales! I love them so much! I finished the 8th book and immediatley wanted the next one. Well I like all of them expecily the Fairies: Terence, Sir Gawain,Ganscotter, and "THE FAIR UNKNOWN" BYE
kaylynn posts on 5/7/2008 11:54:33 AM
galahad sir lancalots son was horrible.. i love god but galahad is just ANNOYING!!! i finished all the books. i wonder if terance and eileen will get married. can you beleive gwain has a son? cant wait for more!!
Sophia posts on 5/6/2008 4:57:12 PM
There's gonna be a book about Sir Lancelot!
kaylynn posts on 4/30/2008 4:20:19 PM
will he write anymore! i'm on the 8th book!!
Sara posts on 3/13/2008 7:34:53 PM
Great. Now I'm all depressed. You see, I will willingly admit I'm a King Arthur Addict and I know all the stories. In this series we're approaching the end of Camelot, and you know what happens then? GAWAIN dies!
Alyssa posts on 3/13/2008 10:48:50 AM
There needs to be another stinkin' book! When you know there's going to be another book, it's easier to wait. When you have no news of another book, it's agony!
elepaio posts on 1/2/2008 9:04:59 PM
Hi Gerald Morris, I first read The Squire's Tale for English class and fell in love with it immediately! It's the only book I've read in that class that I acctually like. My favorite character is Terence, and my favorite books are The Squire, His Knight, and His Lady and Parsifal's Page. When are you going to be done with the books for younger readers so that you can get back to work on the Squire's Tale's? (Why are they called that? Only two are about Terence.) And Terence NEEDS to be the main character again in the next book. He was the first (and the definite best) one.
Shmuuuel posts on 8/24/2007 2:04:17 AM
Hey Peoples Im a more recent fan, Gerald Morris is definitly a good writer, but i have a question what makes his books good? Ever thought about it. I only wish he had his own site.
Jo posts on 8/6/2007 12:17:25 AM
Yeah. . .I wonder how he'll seem to make it funny the way he did with al the others. Maybe he'll change a few facts to make the story seem less. . .somber. I hopw he can make it as carefree as the others.
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