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Here I am writing a review after only one hundred and seven pages. It's not my policy, but I have enough to say that I think this early review is valid.

The entire first section of Knights of the Black and White, called Beginnings by Jack Whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition I have ever read. It is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. Indeed, it took only three pages of Awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. This is another fine example of what Shane Joseph recently described as "only us Plebs needing a copy editor." Someone should have told Mr. Whyte to reel it in and cut Beginnings; sadly, no one did.

But this isn't the only issue I have with Knights of the Black and White. Does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a Whyte book in the past: "Godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'I know what I want to ask you, but I don't know how to put into words properly. Let me think about it for a moment.'

'Think as long as you wish. I'll wait,' Hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

Substitute Arthur Pendragon for Godfrey and Caius Merlyn Britannicus for Hugh and you've got every discussion Whyte's characters ever had in the Dream of Eagles series, and its subsequent books. Does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? Maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. Regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the Knights of the Black and White so I can avoid wasting my time. But, of course, I won't.

I am doomed to read the whole book. I only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but I don't think I'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

I may add more to this when I am finished reading, so stay tuned.

Later...

So much for being doomed to finish. I can't do it; I can't and won't go on. I am BORED. Whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. It isn't very often I put away a book before I'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but I am done with The Knights of the Black and White.

If I ever read a Whyte book again, and that is uncertain, I'll go back to Dream of Eagles. The Templar Trilogy is done wasting my time.

I hoped for more, but I got less than I hoped. I would love to give this book one star, but I don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when I won't be finishing the book. So two is where it will stay.

The Knights of the Black and White, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

Later still...

Okay. One star. And it tipped into the fire tonight. It took a year, but I am done.

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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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the entire first section of knights of the black and white, called beginnings by jack whyte, is the biggest, clunkiest most useless piece of exposition i have ever read. it is a classic example of an author's cerebral, pre-writing work spilling over into their novel without any thought for pacing, necessity or readability. indeed, it took only three pages of awakenings, the second part of the novel, to see that this is where the novel truly begins. this is another fine example of what shane joseph recently described as "only us plebs needing a copy editor." someone should have told mr. whyte to reel it in and cut beginnings; sadly, no one did.

but this isn't the only issue i have with knights of the black and white. does the following passage ring any bells for anyone who has read a whyte book in the past: "godfrey's face twisted in a frustrated grimace. 'i know what i want to ask you, but i don't know how to put into words properly. let me think about it for a moment.'

'think as long as you wish. i'll wait,' hugh lay back and closed his eyes again.'"

substitute arthur pendragon for godfrey and caius merlyn britannicus for hugh and you've got every discussion whyte's characters ever had in the dream of eagles series, and its subsequent books. does anyone actually ruminate in such a way when they talk to a close friend? maybe there are a few who do this, but they must be in a very small minority. regardless, the similarity is instantly off-putting, and it makes me want to put down the knights of the black and white so i can avoid wasting my time. but, of course, i won't.

i am doomed to read the whole book. i only hope my tentative rating of two stars can be overcome by something truly inspired, but i don't think i'll submerge myself in the tub in anticipation.

i may add more to this when i am finished reading, so stay tuned.

later...

so much for being doomed to finish. i can't do it; i can't and won't go on. i am bored. whyte hasn't created a single character for me to care about. it isn't very often i put away a book before i'm done, particularly without plans to give it another try, but i am done with the knights of the black and white.

if i ever read a whyte book again, and that is uncertain, i'll go back to dream of eagles. the templar trilogy is done wasting my time.

i hoped for more, but i got less than i hoped. i would love to give this book one star, but i don't feel it's fair to change my initial rating when i won't be finishing the book. so two is where it will stay.

the knights of the black and white, however, is teetering on the edge of a pyre, although that may be too kind.

later still...

okay. one star. and it tipped into the fire tonight. it took a year, but i am done.
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