Since I was a kid I have loved the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. It was one of those books that I re-read a couple of times, but never re-visited when I was an adult until I got a hold of a two volume set by Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte D'Arthur, even then I only glanced at it, and it has sat on my shelf ever since, neglected. Not for much longer! The Once and Future King has re-birthed my keenness for the original story again, making me feel sentimental for the story I once knew. This epic was written so beautifully, so true to the original, that I was just awestruck at how wonderful it truly was. It is like an essay, a very long one, making an argument for the original tale, looking at it in a different light, which helped me to get through the harder parts, and there are a lot of hard parts to the story. White’s brilliance is obvious, revered and worshipped by me, and I have sought out whatever else I can read by him, because I want more. Some of his arguments touched a personal pain in me, and his conclusions were a comfort for me, winning me over as a steadfast, awestruck fan of his work, forever.