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This is a good book, well written, good characters, interesting plot.
Only much later did I realize how strongly feminist this book was, and how much of a role model Aerin had become to me...
This has been my favorite book ever since I first picked it up as a 12 year old, I still read it every year or two.
I love Robin McKinley's books. This was a classic adventure tale. Well-written.Published 7 days ago by Margaret J. McKee
The Hero and the Crown is a very fun adventure story. It's perfect for young teen and readers.Published 7 days ago by Sarah B.
This has been a long time favorite for me and I love how when you read more of McKinnley's books you see pieces about Aerin-sol. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amy G
I first read Robin McKinley's The Blue Sword, which to this day is in my list of top ten books. Afterwards I devoured as many McKinley books as I could. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Crystal in Miami
It's so wonderful to fall headlong into a book that is flawlessly written and surrounds you with a living world. Read morePublished 21 days ago by J.C.
Steady, it's like being a flyer, steady story with spurts of war and battles with Dragons. Good read, thanks for the ride.Published 26 days ago by tatemjr
I don't know how many times I have read this wonderful book, but it always carries me away to Damar . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arilla Webster
As a fan of fantasy, I somewhat enjoyed reading the book and being introduced to a new (to me) author. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chi_Town_Don
A wonderful book that returns to the world of "The Blue Sword." Aerin a mythic character int the first book is here a uncertain young woman in search of purpose. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E.P. McLean