Transported 1300 years into the past, Connecticut engineer Hank Morgan finds himself in Camelot, the legendary home of King Arthur and his fabled Knights of the Round Table. Becoming a friend and adviser to the king, Hank encounters Merlin, Lancelot, Guinevere, and all the other characters from Arthurian legend. As he attempts to take on the task of analyzing the problems of their time, he tries to share his knowledge from the future in order to modernize, Americanize, and improve the lives of the people he meets.
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way darker than I suspected.
Twain easily keeps up with today's authors. this book was way better than I ever expected. I'm surprised that the subject matters, and descriptions.
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Anything by Mark Twain is often hailed as a classic. That's why I chose to get this book.
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to appreciate Mark Twain's writing, and this book didn't change my opinion. There are some high points in the story, but most of it was a slog.