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Hello there,

Just wanted to introduce myself. I’m a 36-year-old bookworm and author from MI. My favorite hobbies include watching movies and reading books. Favorite books include The Hobbit, The Underland Chronicles, The Wonderful of Oz, and the Chronicles of Prydain.

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Welcome to the community!

I've never heard of Chronicles of Prydain but I'm on Amazon.com now checking it out. Is "The Book of Three" where I should start?



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If you’ve never read Chronicles of Prydain, then you’re in for a treat. It combines the epic grandeur of The Lord of the Rings with the innocence and whimsy of The Hobbit. It’s partly inspired by a collection of Welsh tales called The Mabinogion.
I believe the order goes like this: The Book of Three, The Black Cauldron, The Castle of Lyr, Taran Wanderer, and The High King.
Fun fact: “Prydain” is Welsh for “Britain.”

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Welcome MDCouturier. I don't share your reading taste, but welcome just the same!


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