Book Reviews of Song Of The Sparrow

Song Of The Sparrow
Song Of The Sparrow
Author: Lisa Ann Sandell
ISBN-13: 9780439918480
ISBN-10: 0439918480
Publication Date: 5/1/2007
Pages: 416
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
This is a beautiful book that has everything from adventure to romance. A quick, easy, delightful read.
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It was one of my favorite books I've read thus far. I stumbled upon it at my school library and had to have my own copy. I really identified with the main character, Elaine. It was well written, better than I was expecting. Its written in lines and stanzas, which is interesting. I highly recommend it :)
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Reviewed by Holly for TeensReadToo.com

Sixteen-year-old Elaine of Ascolat is amazingly beautiful with her long red hair and her soft natural face. Living in an army camp full of all guys, Elaine figures the handsome Lancelot to be her true love. Until her troubles and daydreams get the best of her, when even prettier Gwynivere arrives at the camp and is immediatley drawn to Lancelot - even though she is engaged to Arthur.

Gwynivere's mean remarks but beautiful outer self makes Elaine jealous enough to play a cruel prank on her, but when her friends and family leave her to go fight the Saxons, her heart tells her to pack a bag and go with them to heal the wounded. Shot by arrows and cut by a knife, Elaine gains both friendship and confidence in herself.

This exciting book by Lisa Ann Sandell makes you feel like you are back in olden times, right there fighting with Elaine. This is a VERY well-written book and I recommend it to all. A great read!
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A romantic, easy read. I enjoyed Lisa Ann Sandell's writing style.
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Reviewed by Holly for TeensReadToo.com

Sixteen-year-old Elaine of Ascolat is amazingly beautiful with her long red hair and her soft natural face. Living in an army camp full of all guys, Elaine figures the handsome Lancelot to be her true love. Until her troubles and daydreams get the best of her, when even prettier Gwynivere arrives at the camp and is immediatley drawn to Lancelot - even though she is engaged to Arthur.

Gwynivere's mean remarks but beautiful outer self makes Elaine jealous enough to play a cruel prank on her, but when her friends and family leave her to go fight the Saxons, her heart tells her to pack a bag and go with them to heal the wounded. Shot by arrows and cut by a knife, Elaine gains both friendship and confidence in herself.

This exciting book by Lisa Ann Sandell makes you feel like you are back in olden times, right there fighting with Elaine. This is a VERY well-written book and I recommend it to all. A great read!