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A monk named Brother Luke rescues Robin and takes him to the hospice of St. Mark's where he is taught woodcarving and--much harder--patience and strength. Says Brother Luke, "Thou hast only to follow the wall far enough and there will be a door in it."
Robin soon enough learns what Brother Luke means. And when the great castle of Lindsay is in danger, it is Robin, who cannot mount a horse and ride to battle, who saves the townspeople and discovers there is more than one way to serve his king.. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Easy to find this book on this online. Got it for my kids so they can do their book reports for school. And reasonable price too.Published 2 months ago by Kristal A Guerrero
The fact is that it is a great way to the point of having a good idea to be the bestPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter loves this book. I found myself wishing I had more time to sit and read with her it seemed like such a great readPublished 2 months ago by lbenson
(I'm in the 7th grade)
I love this book;I pretty much only like fantasy,but this book is one of my favorites now. Read more
I was thinking of another book that I read in my youth, set in the same time period, when I ordered this book, so was a little disappointed that it was not the book I remembered. Read morePublished 3 months ago by lillirose51
Gets its of readers in to this! I would love to bring this to book clubs and get to gethersPublished 3 months ago by Abigail Bridgeman
Tells a compelling story of courage and kindness. The first book that really grabbed me as a child is still a good read.Published 3 months ago by Jeanne B. Criss
I was given this book many years ago, and have enjoyed it many times since then. Part of what resonates so strongly with me is Robin's journey to discover how he fits in society... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter Morlock