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The Hero and the Crown
The Hero and the Crown
Author: Robin McKinley
Although she is the daught of Damar's king. Aerin has never been acceppted as full royalty. Both in and out of the royal court, people whisper the story of her mother, the witch-woman, who was said to have enspelled the king into marring her... -that was from the back of the book but did not right it all
ISBN-13: 9789780606206
ISBN-10: 9780606203
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 246
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Publisher: puffin books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 5
The companion novel to The Blue Sword, The Hero and the Crown was/is one of my favorite fantasy novels as a teenager because it featured a girl as the protaganist and her "coming-of-age"-type saga as she teaches herself the skills she needs to become the heroine of her land. All of Robin McKinley books are awesome, but this one holds a special place in my heart.
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Helpful Score: 5
I first read this book and The Blue Sword when I was a preteen and I still absolutely adore both and have them as keepers and often go back and read them when I just want to relax with an old friend.

I truly love Aerin, her stubbornness and the way she does what she knows is right and forget the consequences. Aerin and her faithful horse Talat are underdogs you can't help but cheer for.

This duology is one of the reasons I'm such an avid reader today.
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Absolutely love Robin McKinley-very desciptive-you feel like you are there. Characters are enjoyable to watch grow. Wonderful to have a strong heroine!!
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