Avalon High

Avalon High

eBook - 2005
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Having moved to Annapolis, Maryland, with her medievalist parents, high school junior Ellie enrolls at Avalon High School where several students may or may not be reincarnations of King Arthur and his court.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Perfectbound, c2005
ISBN: 9780060874902
9780060874896
0060874902
0060874899
Call Number: eBook

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emmadragons
Nov 03, 2013

its not for everyone. But a good blend of genres

BREANNA GILLILAND Sep 07, 2013

This book is fantastic. I got so caught up in it, I could hardly put it down. I would recommend it to anyone who likes fairy tales or medieval adventures.

bwortman Mar 28, 2013

Ellie is a great protagonist. She's funny, a bit sarcastic, and smart. Her budding relationship with Will is sweet. But most importantly,she brings a serious grounding in reality to this imaginative retelling of the King Arthur legends. Cabot crafts a fun novel, a realistic world of teen drama, and throws in just enough fantasy to make things interesting. And of course, any novel that heavily references The Lady of Shalott automatically makes me like it. A great read whether you're really into Arthurian legend or not.

ladyskarlet Nov 18, 2012

awesome book, and great plot. i loved reading this book! :)

zhus1 Jul 14, 2012

Super creative combination. Completely unexpected. Definitely enjoyed reading it.

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BookishEmily
Oct 29, 2011

Sooo good!

OPLLibraryGal Oct 12, 2011

Recommended for girls with small minds aged 9 to 13. I guess it's what I expected from an author like Meg Cabot: a simple love story with an even simpler plot and characters that are even more simple than that. No wonder Meg Cabot writes so many books; this probably took her a month at the most. With the way it ended, I'm not sure if it has a sequel, but even if it does, I'm not reading it. In short, if you like the kind of stuff a half-decent author could cough up in a month or so, that doesn't break the mould in any way, read this. For the rest of us who like something a little different, it's not worth the time.

LocketLibrarian Oct 08, 2011

Camelot <swoon>

my kind of fantasy to revisit.

Love this!

crankylibrarian Sep 30, 2011

It's been a while since I have so much fun reading a new book! The prolific Meg Cabot, (my daughter was reading the _Allie Finkle_ series while I read this) has come up with a funny, yet inspired take on the Arthurian legends. Ellie, (real name Elaine), the offspring of two medieval obsessed professors, has just transferred to the title high school, where she meets a trio of popular kids: hot shot football star Lance, golden girl cheerleader Jennifer, and the mysterious, too-good-to-be-true A. William Wagner: class president, star quarterback. natural leader and heroic protector of nerds and other outcasts. Why, Ellie wonders, does she feel she's met them all before?

Although anyone who's ever seen _Camelot_ will guess "Will's" real name and destiny long before Ellie does, Cabot provides a couple of twists on the legend you won't see coming. Hint: Ellie's affinity for water and floating are significant, but not in the way everyone thinks.

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lollipops1730
Sep 15, 2011

i love this book its such a cute story! plus the main character has the same name as me !!!!

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violet_dolphin_614
May 31, 2014

This book is about a high school that is not all what it appears to be. For starters, it has a connection to the courageous tale of King Arthur. But when the new girl, Ellie, shows up, mysteries start to unfold, friendships are tested, and it's a fight of good against evil. And Ellie is caught right in the middle of it. Will she have the courage to save her friend, or will she turn her back on this one big mystery?

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