Series: Avalon

Author: Marion Zimmer Bradley

Ravens of Avalon (2007)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 4
I wasn't sure about this book in the beginning but I am so glad I kept reading after I understood who all the tribes were and figured out how the time era was related to Avalon.Personally I thought the story wasn't focused around Avalon itself as in being in the location upon Tor. This story is ...
Ancestors of Avalon (2005)
3.88 of 5 Votes: 2
This was a great read, I loved how it picked up from where the first book "The Fall of Alantis" ends.In the first book "The Fall of Alantis" (Known as the Ancient Land - Alantis is of made up of many islands) it is foretold that the City of the Circling Snake (capital of the Ancient Land)will fal...
The Forest House (1995)
3.83 of 5 Votes: 3
I really enjoyed this book. I was so glad to see that the book picked up where the book "Ravens of Avalon" left off.The Arch-Druid Ardanos, Lhiannon(High Priestess of Vernemeton - the Forest House), and Caillean (senior priestess assisting Lhiannon - also Lhiannon's adoptive daughter)are charact...
Lady of Avalon (1998)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 3
Lady of Avalon is one of the books in the Mists of Avalon series. That being said, it doesn't seem to matter what order you read these books in. They jump around in time and were written in random order so they all can stand on their own. It does help to have read Mists of Avalon for some of t...
The Mists of Avalon (1984)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 3
Good lord, I haven't ever hated a book as much as this one.I picked up The Mists of Avalon because I really love Nordic myths, and usually any stories about King Arthur. Everyone seems to adore this book; even my librarian told me that this was a really good Arthurian tale! Well, it's not. It's h...
A Espada de Avalon (2010)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 5
It is always an illusion to believe that the book is written by Marion Zimmer Bradley, but her name is just in the idea behind the book. It is obvious when reading it that the author can't be her: Diana Paxson, for how good is she and how honorable work she is doing is not able to catch the atmos...
Sword of Avalon (2009)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 2
I decided to read this series chronologically rather than publication date. I thought the series would run smoother. Well it didn't. I read Mists of Avalon awhile back. Though the book was one thousand pages long, it flowed well. With Ancestors of Avalon, it was harder to get into but overall, I ...