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Child of the May Forestwife Saga #2 Read & Download À 104 Â When Magda was just a baby her mother was murdered and her father John brought her to live in the woods with the Forestwife Here she learned to heal sick people and became skillful in archery and fighting Now Magda wants a life of adventure beyond the forest When wEtime to join forces with her father John and the mysterious Robin Hood and his band of outlaws Little does Magda know that this is also a chance to come face to face with the scoundrel who murdered her mother. I did not like the main character of Book 2 of the Forestwife Saga during my first read through because I thought she was a whiny selfish brat Reading this a second time around she still would not beat out Marian as my favourite character of the series but I realise that Magda is really a typical teenage girl who has mostly good intentions but can be a bit self centered and whiny I don't think I would behave much differently when I was her age and in her situation

Child of the May Forestwife Saga #2Etime to join forces with her father John and the mysterious Robin Hood and his band of outlaws Little does Magda know that this is also a chance to come face to face with the scoundrel who murdered her mother. I did not like the main character of Book 2 of the Forestwife Saga during my first read through because I thought she was a whiny selfish brat Reading this a second time around she still would not beat out Marian as my favourite character of the series but I realise that Magda is really a typical teenage girl who has mostly good intentions but can be a bit self centered and whiny I don't think I would behave much differently when I was her age and in her situation

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Child of the May Forestwife Saga #2 Ù When Magda was just a baby her mother was murdered and her father John brought her to live in the woods with the Forestwife Here she learned to heal sick people and became skillful in archery and fighting Now. So this story Child of May is the seuel to The Forestwife a retelling of my most favorite story of all time Robin Hood sadly this was a HUGE step down from the first book now as I said in book one's review I love the idea of all the women making their own way in the world and not just sitting off in a corner somewhere waiting to be rescued in this Robin Hood trilogy the gals know how to get shit donebut I am sorry well not sorry enough to not write it but having a feminist edge to the story can't make up for a crappy main character it barely gets any points for doing a second generation of merry menwomen it just doesn't work if your character is so unlikable that it makes me take three or four days to read a 144 page book Cfirst off my main beef here is our main character Magda the daughter of little john she's a whining moaning bitching brat oh my god I just wanted to slap the crap right out of her every time she opened her big mouth I mean really she is being raised by the forestwife for Christ's sake she's probably going to be the next blasted forestwife and if someone is going to be healing sick and injured forest folk you'd want them to be a little bit sympathetic wouldn't you and wearing pants and being able to fight does not make a strong female lead not on its own especially if bitchy pettiness gets in the wayAnd her motivation no just freakin' no the whole I want adventure I want to see the world thing has been beaten to death it's over used and I can't bring myself to give a damn about the character if their motivation for going off to help robin hood was feeling trapped and sheltered in a fictional Robin Hood story and any story really the characters NEED to have a GOOD REASON for wanting to fight against injustice and corruption not that there was ever much fighting even when there was a fight scene we didn't get to see it because we're trapped in Magda's whiny skull or if we did see it the descriptions were so lacking that it's barely worth me complaining about Sad isn't it you want a decent battle scene read the outlaw chronicles by angus Donald I've only read the first two books of that series but I think it's tied with another book for my all time FAVORITE Hood story seriously the descriptions weren't all that great to begin with but child of may was just painful the story over all could use some work I thought I liked that some bits of the original stories were thrown in like Robin dressing up and tricking the sheriff and Alan was in this story not a lot but he was there but it just left so much too be desired the big exciting part at the end of the book the climax was just mehand last but not least Marian ugh in the first book she and Robin decide that while they love each other and want to be together they can't because they bother have important jobs to do different ways to help the people but they'll still be good friends and lovers I think but I don't think it ever says that specifically and I'm fine wit that it's the right thing for them to do here putting the greater good above their own desires something I honestly don't think I could do so I totally admire it I a character so okay Marian then you decided this 15 fucking years before child of may even started you knew that Robin was rash and unpredictable and always goes running off like a started rabbit why the fuck are you constantly moping about something you can't freakin' change huh just deal with it and be happy that the man always comes back to you when he can he's got bigger shit to worry about than asking your permission to help people C after all the stuff in book one about not needing to be tied to a man you sure are clingy characters å PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Theresa Tomlinson

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Theresa Tomlinson ´ 4 Read & Download Magda wants a life of adventure beyond the forest When word comes that Lady Matilda and her daughter Isabelle are being held captive by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham Magda is ready This is the chance of a lif. A mix of history and fiction this is a rather interesting take on the Robin Hood legend with emphasis on other people in the mix Magda is the 15 year old daughter of Little John and his wife Emma who was killed when Magda was a baby She has grown up with Marian the Forestwife but has always wanted to avenge her mother’s death and at the same time prove herself to be as able and competent as any boy When Robin and his men embark on a mission to rescue a noblewoman and her daughter from FitzRanulf’s clutches Magda sees her chance for adventures outside the forest and an opportunity to even the score on behalf of her mother Through this she puts herself and others in danger but she does grow and develop as a character which is a positive thing as she starts off as petulant and annoying There is also just the right touch of romance and appropriately enough I read this book on May Day so was very interested to read about the forest’s May celebrations I’ve always been fascinated by Robin Hood from being a child and was intrigued to read this not only because I have read the first Forestwife book but have also read in detail about Matilda de Braose and her family – and their tragic end – who feature in a subplot It was emotional for me reading about the attempt to rescue her too when all the time I knew how the story ends I enjoyed it and think it is a good addition to the Forestwife series though I thought the cover design was very amateurish and the book deserved better