Robin McKinley Message Board

Joe posts on 12/2/2005 2:14:51 AM yea..this book is amazing...but i still dont see any internal conflicts..any1 see a example of one? i find marian and robin being together an internal conflict..but other then lost..
Lotus posts on 11/24/2005 4:53:45 AM Anyone know what McKingley has been up to? Any new books?
Sally posts on 11/15/2005 3:53:40 PM hey cool someone has actually visited....I've never read hero and the crown i'll try to get it from the library.

Devon Morgan posts on 11/14/2005 7:33:13 PM Corlath does sound hot!!!!! I Absolutley love this book. It is full of action, fantasy, and romance. Also I love the fact that Corlath and Harry get married.
animagus7 posts on 11/10/2005 11:44:40 AM Hey Sally Blue Sword is great u ever read hero and the crown?
Sally posts on 10/13/2005 9:25:19 PM I've never read rose daughter. I just read the blue sword. Very good. Why doesn't anyone post here?
Davraena posts on 10/10/2005 5:15:24 PM You know everybody here? I don't know how you'd know me... Rose daughter, it was somewhat disappointing. Beauty was much better, I think. Though she does make a good point or two, in R.D.
Sally posts on 9/19/2005 3:30:26 PM I think Deerskin was ok. There should have been more going on though. I like Sunshine. I thought it was good. I really need to get more but none are iat the library yet...
Adnamarine posts on 9/18/2005 5:38:42 PM Yay! This board is finally alive! And I know everybody here:D I haven't read Deerskin, and judging by the comments on it here, it's not worth it... or is it? My personal favorite of all her books is Spindle's End... the Outlaws of Sherwood is pretty good. Does anybody else here think that Rose Daughter was somewhat lacking in Robin McKinley's wondrous style? Ta! ~Adna
Lady posts on 9/17/2005 2:44:22 PM well, i read deerskin again this summer, and it's not as bad as i remembered it, but i still didn't like it nearly so well as her others. too much time in the shack, and i didn't like her character. ossin was ok, though. did someone ask about sunshine? i got almost halfway through it and threw it aside in disgust. first of all, it's incredibly slow-moving. and i think she was also trying to throw a meg cabot style at us and the effect wasn't too hot. then there's the whole vampire thing... i don't know, it was just weird. despite those two books, robin mckinley is still one of my favorite authors. read anything else by her and it's good. (except, perhaps rose daughter. overdone)
Click Here for Messages:    1 - 10   11 - 20   21 - 30   31 - 40   41 - 50   51 - 60   61 - 70  
Click here to post a message to this forum

Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.
2 Ways to Search!

Our Chief Librarian