As we learned in "The Seeing Stone," a crossing place is a place where change occurs: childhood to puberty; 11:59 to 12:01; one millennium to the next, this story is a crossing place to "The King of Middle March."
The character of Arthur remains just as enticing, but the story did not have the charm of the first book in the trilogy.
One has to read it though for all of the changes that has occurred to Arthur, to what is happening to King Arthur that Arthur observes in the "seeing store," as well as how the news that Arthur has received at the end of "The Seeing Stone," as well.
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