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This is a book of short stories by Robin McKinley and her husband Peter Dickinson.
I really enjoyed this book, it has great stories, some of them have stayed in my mind since I read them, so I have this book near my bed to come back to them.
Overall, the stories were well worth reading and were a great source of entertainment and enjoyment.
Evocative, poetic, lyrical, and with that odd McKinley groundedness.Published 3 months ago by jason h.
This was typical Robin McKinley. Loved it. The collection of short stories kept me riveted and reading to the end.Published 4 months ago by Kelly
A great book for fans of Robin McKinley. I've been a fan of hers since I was a teenager and honestly wish she would write more!Published 11 months ago by Marty Byerley
I liked this collection of stories focusing on water as the common thread. The variety of stories was good, though they were not all five-star quality they were all interesting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sheila Ary
This six-story anthology focuses mainly on waterways, water creatures (such as mer-folk), and the people who interact with them. But the last story was different. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rover
These stories all center around different water creatures. I really liked them. There's a mermaid, a sea serpent, a water horse and more.Published 16 months ago by Amanda L. Davis
I generally dislike short stories, because in general they aren't stories. These are stories, with believable characters who manage to solve their problems in believable ways,... Read morePublished 23 months ago by J. Crompton
I like this book because it is well told. Robin Mckinly fosters courage in women as well as men. My whole family enjoy her books immmensly and they have been especially useful when... Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by beth
I didn't come to this book for Robin McKinley in particular or her Damar story, and I mention this because other reviews make me think that's important. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by Amanda M. Hayes