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Mice of the Round Table #1: A Tail of Camelot - Julie Leung, Lindsey Carr

I received this book through Goodreads in exchange for an honest review.


For the most part, I liked this story. It was an interesting retelling of the Camelot universe and I enjoyed the plot.


I really liked that the animals/roles were not gender specific and that there were good examples of strong females within the book.


However, I felt the beginning was very slow. I think some of the training stuff could have been cut to get into the action of the novel more quickly. Once the action started, it was very interesting.


There were a few confusing bits that interrupted the flow of the reading for me as well. Most were size related such as how a mouse headbutting a weasle would have any impact at all or how mice could serve food out of gourds.


But overall this was a good book that I enjoyed. Adventurous animals, family honor, and a little magic thrown in.