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xaM posts on 2/18/2007 9:24:33 PM For those who have read "The Savage Damsel and The Dwarf" and "The Lioness and her Knight" there are amazing simalarities. You might notice that Roger the Dwarf and Rhience the Fool, they both love the girl they travel with and are unable to tell them that because of their appearence. They both had to take a different appearence because of a spell, and changed to their true appearence to marry the girl at the end. (sorry to ruin the book for those of you who haven't read them.) Also, they travel with a daft but skilled knight that marries a equally stupid (but beautiful) women after winning her over. This was the very simalar life of Lynet and her daughter. Gerald Morris, if you read this, please give me your thoughts and tell me if you believe this was intended. Thank you for your time, xaM
Strange fanmail writer posts on 2/11/2007 4:20:20 AM Gerald Morris is brilliant. I've passed his books onto my parents, (okay, I'm really beginning to sound typically fanish) and they love them. I think Luneta and Rhience hae to be my favourites. I shall now go and hide my head in shame after such a boring message.
Gerald Morris posts on 12/18/2006 2:29:05 PM Glad you enjoy the books. Tell your Dad that I'm a part-time associate minister, which is how I find time to write. I don't have any secret that he doesn't have, just a half salary. GM

Someone posts on 12/13/2006 6:27:56 PM My favorite book will have to be The Princess The Crone and The Dung cart Knight.Its a really good book.
Joey posts on 12/3/2006 9:22:14 AM Gerald is by far the best author ever! his books r so good the humor he uses makes them better ive read most of them but trying to find th others. im doing a research paper on him for an assinment but theres not much info on him on the web
laura posts on 12/3/2006 8:11:06 AM yep, that's his latest book. You should check it out on amazon or something. I think savage damsel and the dwarf might be my favorite as well! Has anyone read Lebeau Desconus? It's a poem he says the book is based on. He didn't exactly reccomend it like he did Sir Gawain, and Yvain(both of which I loved), but I was jsut curious to see if anyone had read it.
Adnamarine posts on 12/2/2006 9:56:43 AM Is that his latest book, laura? I didn't know he'd written Another one. I love his books. They're hilarious. They're the only King Arthur books that I've ever liked. I think my favorite one is the Savage Damsel and the Dwarf.
laura posts on 12/1/2006 7:16:30 PM I just finished his new book The Quest For The Fair Unknown. It's just as good as all the others! I love his ability to make such odd characters so endearing. They never seem to mimic each other either, which is saying somehing, considering all the main characters he now has! At the beginning of Unknown you may think the character is like one from another book. But he turns out to be completely different. Read it as soon as you can! Does anyone know how many books he plans to write in this series? Many more, I hope.
Nathan posts on 11/30/2006 2:29:34 PM I love gerrlad's books! i finished passifals page in a little more than 1 day, probobly my favorite so far. I am on the lioness and her kinght, which i just got from the library today. I myself am a young authur and i will be publishing one of my own books soon!
hey posts on 11/9/2006 1:46:59 PM this guy is awsome i love his books there the best yay
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