A funny, silly tale
Mark Twain's characteristic wit sparkles in this light tale of daring and adventure. A 19th century man, a factory foreman, is transported to Camelot in the age of King Arthur, where adventure and revolution await.
I would have liked to visit this age through the eyes of a more impartial observer - I learned as much Connecticut as I did about Camelot. But there is charm in this approach too, for any traveller would have his own leanings, and both are sufficiently foreign to be interesting.
The plot has its weak points, particularly in the final chapters, as our protagonist seeks to overthrow church and state, but it's a fun enough romp along the way.