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I had no idea what to expect from this book. I read it was supposed to be comedy poking fun at King Arthur times. Not being a fan of Arthurian legends, I was a bit nervous to read this.

But my nerves were immediately calmed when I met Pig. What a charming child. A child who always viewed the world through rose-colored glasses. Then Pig becomes Sir Kay’s page and they embark on a quest. A quest filled with more problems than you can imagine.

The humor in this book was just the right amount. Plus it combined modern time things with Arthurian things. The Round Table was replaced by Merlin with a Pineapple Table.

This was a well-written story by a fresh new author and I recommend it for all ages. Four out of five stars.

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