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The Squire's Tale book review

I'm always on the look out for a good book to read to my kids. However I am a highly sensitive person when it comes to stories.  I can't separate fiction from real life and I tend to put myself in the shoes of the characters. It causes me to revisit stories, movies and books multiple times in my day to day life and I tend to dream about the tragedy's.  Pretty crazy, I know!  Anyway, here is my most recent read, that began as a read aloud to my kids and ended with just me finishing it alone.The Squire's TaleAuthor: Gerald Morris Genre: Historical Fiction
Gruesome is how I would describe this Arthurian tale. (If you didn't know these are stories from the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.)
This easy read is probably at a 5th grade reading level. It begins with a orphaned boy who lives with a kind hermit and finds that he has some gift that allows him to see fairies. The tale clearly shows that it is different than the fairies of the modern age, …

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