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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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~Emma, age 12 1/2 years old
To be honest, I was a little skeptical that I'd enjoy 'another' Robin Hood story. But I have been taught a lesson about presumption! I found most of the characters likable, disliked the ones I shouldn't like, and never could guess what was coming around the corner--sometimes literally. Very refreshing to see an adolescent girl not negatively portrayed as rebellious and disrespectful, able to be strong and follow her own mind and heart--even if she was not doing what she was told.
~ChrisAnn, age withheld to protect the innocent ;-P
Suspenseful but not too suspenseful. I felt like I was a part of the story because I could picture it in my head. Marian is one of my favorite characters in other books, TV shows, and movies and this version of her is my favorite because she's a lot more self-sufficient than all the other versions. I really liked the different story lines, the King Arthur and Robin Hood, mixing without one of them being more talked about. My only complaint is that there's no sequel yet because I like books that are a part of a series.
~Evie, age 10 3/4 years old.
The main character is a girl that falls in love with Robin Hood, first not knowing who he really is. it isn't a romance book though, the book concentrates more on her story than on them falling in love. There is a lot happening in the book, making it intreresting, but something about it feels naive, like the book is meant for young readers.