I liked this book for the most part, but I do admit that it was extremely slow to start. I couldn't really relate to Niviene or her fellow Fey for the first half of the book. Niviene was too conceited, too closed-off. It was difficult to get inside her head, if that makes any sense. Merlin's Harp wasn't really my thing, but there were some great things about it and I'm sure some people would love it.
I thought the underlying moral of Merlin's Harp was insightful though. Being yourself was always important to Niviene and I think she did a great job maintaining the true image of herself. She didn't allow the ideas of others to change her. Although, Niviene was a bit naive at times.
My favorite character was definitely Merlin. He was so wise, but he could make mistakes just like the rest of us. He was also truly humble and compassionate. Throughout the novel, Niviene learned so much from Merlin and his ways.
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