!!> BOOKS ✸ Child of the May (Forestwife Saga, #2) ✮ Author Theresa Tomlinson – Pembspm.co.uk

!!> BOOKS ✸ Child of the May (Forestwife Saga, #2)  ✮ Author Theresa Tomlinson – Pembspm.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • Child of the May (Forestwife Saga, #2)
  • Theresa Tomlinson
  • English
  • 10 May 2017
  • 0531301184

Child of the May (Forestwife Saga, #2) 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 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 Lifetime 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.


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10 thoughts on “Child of the May (Forestwife Saga, #2)

  1. says:

    Sothis story Child of May is the sequel 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 done.but I am sorry wellnot sorry enough to not write it but having a Sothis story Child of May is the sequel 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 done.but I am sorry wellnot 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 men women 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...

  2. says:

    Oddly enough, Child of the May seemsclosely related to the Robin Hood ballads than the first book, The Forestwife at least, I recognised the influence of Robin Hood and the Potter, and a couple of others, as I was reading it I didn t like it as much as the first book, though It s less realistic in details, and Magda isn t really a very interesting character whiny and very immature.I liked the plot thread of Alan the boy with leprosy That was interesting, and yet not much was reall O...

  3. says:

    It s not like Tomlinson laid a total egg here But Magda is pretty weak sauce compared to Marian I wish these had progressedlike the Alana books, with the main character growing up and growing into her voca...

  4. says:

    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 Fi 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 av...

  5. says:

    Ho sempre amato i romanzi ambientati in epoca medievale, quindi anche se questo non emerge n per trama, n per personaggi o originalit mi piaciuto lo stesso Anni fa avevo adorato il primo libro della trilogia, La donna della foresta , di cui questo il seguito Si tratta indubbiamente di un romanzo per ragazzi, per questo mi sento un po fuori targetma la collana junior gaia ha accompagnato la mia scoperta del mondo della lettura e probabilmente sono un po di parte quando si tratta di Ho sempre amato i romanzi ambientati in epoca medievale, quindi anche se questo non emerge n per trama, n per personaggi o originalit mi piaciuto lo stesso Anni fa avevo adorato il primo libro della trilogia, La donna della foresta , di cui questo il seguito Si tratta indubbiamente di un romanzo per ragazzi, per questo mi sento un po fuori targetma la collana junior gaia ha accompagnato la mia scoperta del mondo della lettura e probabilmente sono un po di parte quando si tratta di esprimere un opinione su uno dei tantissimi libri che la compongono Di certo non mi ha entusiasmato ne coinvolto al pari de La donna della foresta , ma lo sapevo gi dall inizio ...

  6. says:

    Magda, the daughter of Little John and Emma deceased has grown up in Barnsdale Forest under the care of Marian, the Forestwife At 15, she grows restless and longs to experience life outside the forest She gets her chance when John Marian allow her to accompany Robin the Merry Men on a quest to rescue the noblewoman Matilda and her daughter Isabel They have both been imprisoned by the sheriff until Matilda agrees to allow Isabel to marry FitzRanulf, the sheriff s bloodthirsty mer Magda, the daughter of Little John and Emma deceased has grown up in Barnsdale Forest under the care of Marian, the Forestwife At 15, she grows restless and longs to experience life outside the forest She gets her chance when John Marian allow her to accompany Robin the Merry Men on a quest to rescue the noblewoman Matilda and her daughter Isabel They have both been impri...

  7. says:

    Ooooohhh Lotsa cool things happen in this book There s lotsa bad people and action, a poor boy suffers with leprosy and Magda flips out about it, and poor Marian feels neglected by Robert CAN T SAY I BLAME HER Sobs My favorite part was when the girls saved Isabel from her terrible imprisonment That poor lady I couldn t imagine being in her shoes Seriously, all the mean pe...

  8. says:

    While this book started out very slowly and the main character, Magda, is very unlikable selfish and whinny , about mid way through the book we get back into what made Forestwife so enjoyable The struggle of the forest folk against the ...

  9. says:

    Magda, the only child of Little John, has lived in the forest all of her life, about 15 years, under the care of Marion Child of the May recreates the world of medieval England and the life of the forest people Ma...

  10. says:

    Again, Tomlinson creates strong women and makes them a driving force in the Green Man Green Woman folkways Little John s daughter, a child of the May, is now fifteen years old and ready to leave the forestwife s realm forintense experience out in the larger world She proves her mettle, an...

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