Alright, so I'm sitting procrastinating from doing work, and I'm wondering: Hey, I wonder if anyone else has anything to think about The Once and Future King by T.H. White? It's just one of those books that grew on me. I disliked it at first, then, after a while, I became convinced of its worth. Then, after more thinking, I am convinced that this is a masterwork of Fantasy Literature; on par with Tolkien, Martin. And I don't see many people talking about it. So, I think, perhaps I should just start a forum of people who've read this text. Reasons why this book is really, really good: Lancelot is an awesome hero. Full stop. And he's written in such a way that it's just that much better. Arthur is developed in such a unique way. Seeing him develop is so much fun. Guinevere is written really well. You care about the side-characters. Not all of them (I could not care less about the geese), but I care about pretty much all of the knights. From the eternally pissed off Gawaine to the bully Kay, all of Arthur's knights are presented in such colourful ways. The above is to convince you to read it, if you haven't already. And if you have, I would like to start a forum for discussion on the book. And my first question to all of you is a specific one: Do you think Mordred cared about Agravaine? Truly? Or was he just using him? And vice versa.