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  • Title: Sword
  • Author: Realm Lovejoy
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  • Page: 147
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  • Evil lurks Camelot sits, vulnerable The fate of a future king hangs in the balance.After surviving a string of brutal trials, sixteen year old Morgan le Fay is an official member of Camelot But beneath its shining fa ade, Camelot is a crumbling government where loyalties are divided.Nobody believes Morgan s suspicions that enemies are closing in Prince Arthur, a boy moEvil lurks Camelot sits, vulnerable The fate of a future king hangs in the balance.After surviving a string of brutal trials, sixteen year old Morgan le Fay is an official member of Camelot But beneath its shining fa ade, Camelot is a crumbling government where loyalties are divided.Nobody believes Morgan s suspicions that enemies are closing in Prince Arthur, a boy interested in playing video games than ruling, will not listen to her, and neither will Lancelot, Camelot s head of security Even Morgan s friend Merlin refuses to take action.When Morgan discovers that someone is plotting to assassinate the future king, she must take her destiny and his into her own hands With the sword Excalibur beckoning in the distance, Morgan embarks on a seemingly impossible mission And before her journey ends, everyone will know what she is truly capable of .In this second book in the LE FAY series, author Realm Lovejoy takes readers deep into the heart of a splintering Camelot _________Praise for the first book in the LE FAY series, Henge Camelot meets Hogwarts meets Panem in this intriguing, well written beginning to a planned YA series Kirkus Reviews

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  • Realm Lovejoy

    Realm Lovejoy is an American writer and an artist She grew up in both Washington State and the Japanese Alps of Nagano, Japan Currently she lives in Seattle and works as an artist in the video game industry CLAN is her first book You can find out about her and her book at realmlovejoy


  • I love all things King Arthur and Camelot, so imagine my surprise when Henge (which I read last year), has a sequel already!  And obviously, I had to have the book in my hands immediately and so I did.  And now that I’ve finished the book, I find myself in a bit of a soup.You see, this book has it all—action, drama, magic, even a romance.  But what it lacked most, in my opinion, was a strong plot line.  The book is a little over 300 pages, and I flew through the book like nobody’s busi [...]

  • This was another read that I had a hard time putting down. Full of adventure and many twists and turns. There's a different mood to this second installment which readers of the first book will appreciate. Fast paced story line with strong characters. Readers of Arthurian legends will love this book and series.

  • Read in 2015Thank you to YA Bound Book Tours and author Realm Lovejoy for providing me with a copy of this in exchange for an honest review!Find this review and more on my blog The Rest Is Still Unwritten!Sword is the second book in the Le Fay series by Realm Lovejoy and is even better than its predecessor, giving the first novel a run for its money in the high stakes department and taking readers on an exciting adventure from beginning to end!Morgan le Fay managed to survive the brutal tests th [...]

  • Received in exchange for a honest review.Wow just wow. I am loving this twist on the King Arthur tale. I am sad for Merlin and Morgan. This is like the Mists of Avalon with a twist. You know Morgan has some connection to Avalon. She gets the trust of Arthur and it is her who helps him find his magic and become more regal. The sadness is because Merlin is put in a no win situation and Morgan is too. They like each other. Merlin loves her but she does use him for good but still does. that isn’t [...]

  • "Sometimes it's easy to keep chasing an idea of who we are supposed to be. It's easy to miss what you can really become."My rating: 3Morgan's dream was to become Maven – the right hand of the future king Arthur, so when she's assigned to be the Black Knight instead, she's devastated. She's ready to give up on her life in Camelot and run away, when she finds out that Prince Arthur's life is still in danger, and when no one will believe her suspicions, Morgan needs to take the matters into her o [...]

  • 4.5 Stars for the second book in the LeFay series. It really should be be read in order.Morgan LeFay is a gifted 16 year old, one of the strongest magic wielders in Camelot, and still, she was not selected to be the Maven, adviser to young Prince Arthur. No, that duty was awarded to Merlin, a boy in Morgan’s class who was clearly infatuated with her. But, Merlin’s got a checkered association with the Luminaries, a sect of magic wielders who seek to bring down the House of Pendragon, of which [...]

  • Check out my original review on my blog: Readiculously PeachyMy Review:I received a copy through the YA Bound Book Tour to read and review in return.*Slight spoilers, please read the first book prior to reader this review!*Sword is the second installment of the thrilling young adult series, Le Fay by Realm Lovejoy. From my review on the first book of this wonderful series, one can perhaaaps assume that I have completely fallen in love with Ralm Lovejoy's books. Her second book definitely did n [...]

  • My God, SHIT. WENT. DOWN! I cannot wait to read the next one! Oh, btw, I really like Arthur. He's sweet. Damn, that ending though

  • After loving Realm, book one in the Le Fey series, the bar had been set high for Sword, book two. Did it reach it?Not quite.After failing to fulfil her destiny to become Arthur's Maven, Morgan uncovers a plot to harm the young future king Arthur. So she decides to throw caution to the wind, and kidnap him to take him to the mythical Avalon to uncover Excalibur. Realm Lovejoy gets the the right balance of burning ambition and fierce determination in Morgan so that you can believe every one of her [...]

  • I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Many thanks to YA Bound Book Tours for offering this review opportunity and supplying a copy of the novel.Why I read it: I was so excited to learn that Sword had finally been released! But I didn't get a chance to read it until the new year. The first novel, Henge was such good fun!Plot: Morgan returns to Camelot, trying to figure out how she can protect Prince [...]

  • I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I loved the first book in the Le Fay series. Dearly. It's still one of my favorite indie books of all time--BUT I think Sword was even better. Yes, you read that right, better. No second book slump whatsoever, which is pretty rare. The characters, plot, the various emotionseverything was just beautiful.I enjoyed reading about Morgan in the first book mostly because she was such an intriguing character. That intrigue continues i [...]

  • My Review: This book will contain some spoilers from the first book.Without hesitation I was so excited to get a copy of this book to read. The second book in the Le Fay Series brings all the magic with the first and a lot more questions. I loved the first book and this is quickly becoming one of my favorite series.Morgan is now home, upset that she wasn’t chosen to be Maven to Prince Arthur but evil still lurks and Morgan feels like she needs to be the one to save the royal family but one eve [...]

  • Review copy provided by YA Bound Book ToursActual Rating: 3.5 out of 5This review and more can be found at Bookwyrming ThoughtsSword is the second book to Realm Lovejoy's Le Fay series, occurring shortly after Arthur's Round in Camelot reveals the Maven. When I compare the sequel to Henge, I'm not a huge fan of Sword – the book has a few good parts and bad parts that causes me to favor the first book over the second book.Lovejoy first captivated me into the series with her modernization of Art [...]

  • 4.5/5 starsOh. My. God. This book is too freaking amazing.**I received a copy from the author for an honest review. Everything is 100% my own opinion.**Full Review:I'm currently writing this instead of paying attention in class because I just finished this book and I can't get it out of my head. I really enjoyed Henge and I've been anticipating the second book for forever. This book DID NOT disappoint. It was just as epic if not even more epic than the first book. The writing and pacing was abso [...]

  • What I liked:Sword was a fantastic, utterly thrilling continuation of the Le Fay series. I'm still reeling from the story. Just like Henge, Sword is well written, amazingly paced, and the storyline does not disappoint, plus the characters are fantastic. There were moments where I couldn't help but feel for Morgan and Merlin, especially at the end and definitely cried a little for them because of their plight. Morgan's hotheadedness always seems to make interesting events happen, but her unwaveri [...]

  • Just like the first book in the series I couldn't put it down! I'm going to have to say I loved it more than Henge, which was so captivating! Sword definitely has it all, all the way to the end - which, lucky for us, is to be continued!!

  • Make it newTo take an old myth and spin it new and fresh. I enjoyed it very much. I can hardly wait for the next chapter.

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