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In a brand new series, Donna Hosie revisits Logres with THE CHILDREN OF CAMELOT. Sixteen-year-old Mila Roth wants to be normal. It’s a phrase that has been drilled into her by her mother since she was born. But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and fa In a brand new series, Donna Hosie revisits Logres with THE CHILDREN OF CAMELOT. Sixteen-year-old Mila Roth wants to be normal. It’s a phrase that has been drilled into her by her mother since she was born. But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and far from being a math teacher and a housewife, Mila’s parents are the awakened King Arthur and Gorian druid queen, Morgana. Two worlds, one thousand years apart. And those worlds are about to collide. The spirit of the malevolent Lady of the Lake has been contained for sixteen years in the fabled Ring of Morgana. When the ring curses Mila’s younger sister, Lilly, the Roth family has no choice but to return Mila to the land of her birth as they face a battle against time itself. Accompanied by her best friend, Rustin, Mila will have to decide whether to defy those she loves in order to save her sister. Should she trust the Gorian druids and the mysterious Melehan? What is the true cost to Mila’s heart as she strives to master the purple flame? And why have her mother and father denied the truth of her origins for so long? For she alone has the combined power of royalty and druid magic within her. And now only Mila can save Lilly and Logres.


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In a brand new series, Donna Hosie revisits Logres with THE CHILDREN OF CAMELOT. Sixteen-year-old Mila Roth wants to be normal. It’s a phrase that has been drilled into her by her mother since she was born. But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and fa In a brand new series, Donna Hosie revisits Logres with THE CHILDREN OF CAMELOT. Sixteen-year-old Mila Roth wants to be normal. It’s a phrase that has been drilled into her by her mother since she was born. But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and far from being a math teacher and a housewife, Mila’s parents are the awakened King Arthur and Gorian druid queen, Morgana. Two worlds, one thousand years apart. And those worlds are about to collide. The spirit of the malevolent Lady of the Lake has been contained for sixteen years in the fabled Ring of Morgana. When the ring curses Mila’s younger sister, Lilly, the Roth family has no choice but to return Mila to the land of her birth as they face a battle against time itself. Accompanied by her best friend, Rustin, Mila will have to decide whether to defy those she loves in order to save her sister. Should she trust the Gorian druids and the mysterious Melehan? What is the true cost to Mila’s heart as she strives to master the purple flame? And why have her mother and father denied the truth of her origins for so long? For she alone has the combined power of royalty and druid magic within her. And now only Mila can save Lilly and Logres.

30 review for The Ring of Morgana

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vaishnavi

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 5 absolute stars. For what? For writing an AMAZING MESMERIZING Sequel Series. SPOILERS AHEAD. Definitely. (for the review before the release, scroll down) Full Review 20th June 2014: First of all, Oh my gosh. Has this been such a big wait? I cant stop thinking that i've to wait untill 2015 for the next one, whihc makes me sulk a little...sigh. I want all books now. So let's get down to it: Reasons/Hesitations/Inhibitions i had to be scared about this book: - sequels don't usually satisfy you, especi 5 absolute stars. For what? For writing an AMAZING MESMERIZING Sequel Series. SPOILERS AHEAD. Definitely. (for the review before the release, scroll down) Full Review 20th June 2014: First of all, Oh my gosh. Has this been such a big wait? I cant stop thinking that i've to wait untill 2015 for the next one, whihc makes me sulk a little...sigh. I want all books now. So let's get down to it: Reasons/Hesitations/Inhibitions i had to be scared about this book: - sequels don't usually satisfy you, especially the next gen ones. - Mila, was SAM's daughter, someone i haaaated in the Camelot series. - I wasn't ready to face Natasha, Bed and Arthur as old people. Sam, oh yes. - I wanted my old Knightdom to be in center..which ofcourse wouldn't happen..i mean they'll be old too! - I was scared I'd be bored reading about Logres again and again.. - I hate love traingles. Heading on straight, facing the demons, whatever you want to call it..I went into reading andddd.. - I fell in love with Mila. SO MUCH like Natasha. Such a warm feeling knowing that Donna could create that same connecting feeling with Mila and the readers as she did with Titch. Omg, auntie Titch sounds so cute!!! - RUSTIN. quit with the smokes already. But, I LOVE YOU! heheh. - I actually enjoyed Logres from Mila's and Rustin's eyes. - I DONT like/trust Melehan. - Initially, I put off reading the book in one complete swipe..cause i was worried, it wouldn't be as good as the previous series, but oh my, from the moment they went on with the Gorians, full thrust, non-stop reading mode was on. I couldn't stop. Just couldn't. It was SO interesting, every test, every scene, every conversation even if it was with the trees ;) Just so gooood! - then the kiss at the bridge. Even though i hate love traingles and i hate myself for liking it, the kiss actually brought butterflies to my stomach lol. omg, i'm so bad. Sheesh, i love Rustin for godsake! The best moments, when i was completely in awe of Donna and Mila and the story and the situation, when i was gaping at what was happening and my spine was sending chills simultaneously, and when i was just about to cry, hysterically saying, OMG i know them, OMG i want them back... - the first spell Mila does, aww i'm so proud of her - Rustin talks to the trees, saves Mila from the trap - OMG, Mila explodes. OH. MY. GOD. - Mila and Natasha's talk in the tent - OMG PPPPPAAAATRICKKKKKKKKKKK :'( I miss Byron. - Mila pulling out the sword. <3 - Mila and Rustin in the church. Oh my god. This was such a whirlwind. And as always, I never get tired of saying this, Donna writes to the point. Nails it every single time. The action scenes are her speciality. And i can't thank her enough for including the incredibly romantic yet cute scenes. Gives me the tingle i need to continue one lol. Donna, you're a wizard of words and making a person actually see a movie while they're reading the book. Love you <3 Oh, If you see this DONNA: have you seen Merlin the TV show? God, i'm still so partial to Merlin. Freya was his lover. I cant stop grimacing when Merlin shows his teeth here or Freya is bald. kills me almost. Anyway, if you haven't seen it, will you pretty please watch it for all of us out here? PLEASE? Okay now for the next book: - I dont trust Melehan - I wanna know what Rustin does in Logres - I want Lilly to have an active participation - I wasnt SO MUCH MORE of Titch and Mila <3 - I dont want the love triangle :( - I want Mila and Rustin. 'Ofcourse I'll find you, you're my everything' - I want to see other Children of Camelot maybe.. you know I cantually thought this series would have each of the children having book for themselves, but i think it's Mila and Rustin for all 3 books.. but thats fine. I do want to see all other Children. I want children for Titch and Bed and Gwen and Lance. PLEASE :( Oh and btw, all the reviews of the Return to Camelot series, applies here too. The basic characteristics of how Donna writes and how the series is :D Like how amazing the characters are, how evenly spread out the characters and their role in the story is, how exact and meaningful the scenes and situations are, how true and real to life emotions feel like etc etc etccc OH and DAVID DIED???????????????????? :O Review before the release: OMGOMGOMGGGGGGGGGG!!!! I CANT WAITTTTTTT!!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Outstanding! I could not stop reading this gem. Mila is a wonderful narrator struggling with sorcery and time-travel and trust and truth and dragons and…!!! A terrific plot is brightened by humor and nearly non-stop action. Mila moves from modern Britain to Camelot with family and friendships at risk throughout. Loved, loved, loved this book. Ms. Hosie just keeps getting better. Write on, please!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenn Bragg

    *Review originally appeared on Amazon* There are books that leave you feeling pensive. There are those that leave you confused, and maybe even a little crazy. And then there are the special ones. The ones you find yourself thinking of when you first wake up. The ones that make you scour the internet, hoping to find even the tiniest morsel letting you know when you can get your grabby hands on the next one. "The Ring of Morgana" is one of the special books. From start to finish it captivates the re *Review originally appeared on Amazon* There are books that leave you feeling pensive. There are those that leave you confused, and maybe even a little crazy. And then there are the special ones. The ones you find yourself thinking of when you first wake up. The ones that make you scour the internet, hoping to find even the tiniest morsel letting you know when you can get your grabby hands on the next one. "The Ring of Morgana" is one of the special books. From start to finish it captivates the reader, whisking them away to a magical place with infinite possibilities. It tells a story that is as sweet and poignant as it is adventurous and daring...leading readers through a thousand year span in such a manner that they never doubt the possibility of time travel. Two days after finishing this book random snippets keep popping into my mind, never failing to make me smile. And last night, on the way home from a late baseball game with my youngest son, I'm pretty sure I heard the trees whispering to me...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Peggy. Tryton

    No spoiler review - Loved it! I was so concerned that I wouldn't love Mila the way I loved Natasha... but I needn't have worried. After all, both characters were written by the same person! I seem to forget that. The characters come alive and seem like people I've met. And Rustin! How is it that this young man has come into my life and stolen my heart? I love everything about him. In The Ring of Morgana, we delve deeper into the land of Camelot and its secrets. Whether you've read the Searching No spoiler review - Loved it! I was so concerned that I wouldn't love Mila the way I loved Natasha... but I needn't have worried. After all, both characters were written by the same person! I seem to forget that. The characters come alive and seem like people I've met. And Rustin! How is it that this young man has come into my life and stolen my heart? I love everything about him. In The Ring of Morgana, we delve deeper into the land of Camelot and its secrets. Whether you've read the Searching for Arthur trilogy or not, sit in your favorite comfy chair and lose yourself in the pages of this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)

    The Ring of Morgana is the first book in the spin off series, The Children of Camelot. In this we meet Mila, the child that Sam was pregnant with, and Lilly, her younger sister. Life is as normal as it can be for them, living in Avalon Cottage. Sam is insistent on them being 'normal', but Mila has no idea why. She finds out when things start happening, and Lilly ends up cursed. Mila and Rustin end up going to Camelot for the first time, where they find things are pretty different to how they are The Ring of Morgana is the first book in the spin off series, The Children of Camelot. In this we meet Mila, the child that Sam was pregnant with, and Lilly, her younger sister. Life is as normal as it can be for them, living in Avalon Cottage. Sam is insistent on them being 'normal', but Mila has no idea why. She finds out when things start happening, and Lilly ends up cursed. Mila and Rustin end up going to Camelot for the first time, where they find things are pretty different to how they are at home. This is a very well written sequel and a welcome return to old settings and characters. With the introduction of new ones - Mila, Rustin, and Melehan, to name just three - there is plenty of action to keep the pages turning. With curses, new feelings towards old friends, new feelings towards new friends, jealousy, battles, and dragons, this book is guaranteed to delight. With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, The Ring of Morgana will definitely leave you wanting more. Absolutely recommended by me. * Verified Purchase - November 2016 * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Zemaitis

    While I loved Titch as a narrator in Donna's first series, I think I like Mila even better. She has a lot of spunk and is a strong female protagonist. If you love Arthurian legends, you should check out Donna Hosie's books. While I loved Titch as a narrator in Donna's first series, I think I like Mila even better. She has a lot of spunk and is a strong female protagonist. If you love Arthurian legends, you should check out Donna Hosie's books.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Girlsmiles

    This is an awesome book- Donna Hosie, you are a talent to be reckoned! I can't wait for the next book. This is an awesome book- Donna Hosie, you are a talent to be reckoned! I can't wait for the next book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Donna Weaver

    What It's About Sixteen-year-old Mila Roth wants to be normal. It’s a phrase that has been drilled into her by her mother since she was born. But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and far from being a math teacher and a housewife, Mila’s parents are the awakened King Arthur and Gorian druid queen, Morgana. Two worlds, one thousand years apart. And those worlds are about to What It's About Sixteen-year-old Mila Roth wants to be normal. It’s a phrase that has been drilled into her by her mother since she was born. But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and far from being a math teacher and a housewife, Mila’s parents are the awakened King Arthur and Gorian druid queen, Morgana. Two worlds, one thousand years apart. And those worlds are about to collide. The spirit of the malevolent Lady of the Lake has been contained for sixteen years in the fabled Ring of Morgana. When the ring curses Mila’s younger sister, Lilly, the Roth family has no choice but to return Mila to the land of her birth as they face a battle against time itself. Accompanied by her best friend, Rustin, Mila will have to decide whether to defy those she loves in order to save her sister. Should she trust the Gorian druids and the mysterious Melehan? What is the true cost to Mila’s heart as she strives to master the purple flame? And why have her mother and father denied the truth of her origins for so long? For she alone has the combined power of royalty and druid magic within her. And now only Mila can save Lilly and Logres. My Take Another great offering from Donna Hosie. As with the first series, this one is full of action and magic and characters you either love or love to hate. There's even a stolen kiss. I really liked Mila, and I loved how powerful her sense of family was. All this time she's had no idea who or what she is until her sister's life is in danger. I loved being able to revisit characters from the earlier books. I even gained a little reluctant respect for one in this book, and that's saying a lot, considering how much I loathed her character. And Rustian was a sweet addition. I can't wait to see his book which comes next.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sharry

    I bought The Ring of Morgana by Donna Hosie on Kindle for my 13-yo daughter, and she loved it. Wouldn't quit talking about it, and insisted on getting the rest of the series. In self defense, I read it, too. A new time-traveling twist on the King Arthur and Camelot story, The Ring of Morgana tells a Camelot story from the perspective of Mila, Arthur's daughter, who was raised in modern times without knowing she was born on a battlefield 1000 years earlier. I'll not tell you any more so I don't r I bought The Ring of Morgana by Donna Hosie on Kindle for my 13-yo daughter, and she loved it. Wouldn't quit talking about it, and insisted on getting the rest of the series. In self defense, I read it, too. A new time-traveling twist on the King Arthur and Camelot story, The Ring of Morgana tells a Camelot story from the perspective of Mila, Arthur's daughter, who was raised in modern times without knowing she was born on a battlefield 1000 years earlier. I'll not tell you any more so I don't ruin the story. It's not the most brilliantly written book I've ever read, but it's fun and readable. I'll by the next one for my daughter, and may even read it myself.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jessi

    In honesty not my favorite. I guess spinoffs just aren't my thing. I get so emotionally attached to the characters in the original story that it's hard to feel much else for the new main characters when the original characters are side characters. I couldn't relate to Mila much either. Still, it's Arthurian Legend retelling and Natasha and Bedivere are in it, gotta stick with this series. In honesty not my favorite. I guess spinoffs just aren't my thing. I get so emotionally attached to the characters in the original story that it's hard to feel much else for the new main characters when the original characters are side characters. I couldn't relate to Mila much either. Still, it's Arthurian Legend retelling and Natasha and Bedivere are in it, gotta stick with this series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    This is billed as the first in the Children of Camelot series, and I'm glad because it means there will be more! It's a fresh look at the world - actually, worlds - from the Searching for Arthur trilogy, seventeen years later. The characters really come alive, and I particularly enjoyed all the various and often competing motivations that drive their actions and open up loads of possibilities for the future. Can hardly wait for the next one! This is billed as the first in the Children of Camelot series, and I'm glad because it means there will be more! It's a fresh look at the world - actually, worlds - from the Searching for Arthur trilogy, seventeen years later. The characters really come alive, and I particularly enjoyed all the various and often competing motivations that drive their actions and open up loads of possibilities for the future. Can hardly wait for the next one!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Ryan

    Yet another exciting read, with familiar names reappearing from the "Camelot trilogy" by the same author. The two new characters of Mila and Rustin fit well into the story. Plenty of excitement and suspense. Yet another exciting read, with familiar names reappearing from the "Camelot trilogy" by the same author. The two new characters of Mila and Rustin fit well into the story. Plenty of excitement and suspense.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Hajjar

    I have not read any of the series. I will. But either she's morgend(Can't remember his name) or morgana's daugther. Just saying. I have not read any of the series. I will. But either she's morgend(Can't remember his name) or morgana's daugther. Just saying.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nana bNana

    MORE LIKE A RANT: This is the kind of book that is ENGAGING at first, a bit BORING in the middle, then Bam! LEFT YOU WANTING FOR MORE in the end.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Neil (or bleed)

    3.5 Pretty good.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Paulina Cojuangco

    "Of course I'll find you. You're my everything." "Of course I'll find you. You're my everything."

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sue Hickman

  18. 5 out of 5

    Subiksha

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gasper Book Addict

  20. 4 out of 5

    Robynn

  21. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shauna McGinty

  23. 4 out of 5

    Livvie

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cassie Milliott

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Feira

  27. 5 out of 5

    Psyche

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jessii Terra

  29. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Henderson

  30. 4 out of 5

    Denise

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