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  • Positively Enchanting!

    "The moment of truth. Or, rather, untruth." Rather than allowing her recently widowed mother to become destitute, Mulan of of Lithuania bravely disguises herself as a young man and takes her father's place in military service, as the armies of Butautas gather to fend off repeated forays into Poland by the misguided Teutonic Knights. Changing her name to Mikolai, she travels with her father's young attendant in hopes that she can exchange courage and dexterity for strength on the battlefield. She does not have to wait very long for an opportunity to prove herself. Wolfgang, son of the powerful duke of Hagenheim, is more than just a little curious about the young soldier with the smooth skin and small stature, especially when Mikolai nearly bests him in an archery contest. But when the adolescent warrior bravely leads the entire regiment into the face of their enemy, their connection strengthens . . . . before desperation exposes a well kept secret. Melanie Dickerson fans will be positively enchanted by the story of Mulan and Wolfgang ,with its raging battles and sweetest of moments, for war has a way of coaxing love to the surface of each and every heart.

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  • Lovely story

    Another great story from Melanie Dickerson. Mulan is brave and strong of character, and yet very feminine. An excellent combination in a hero.

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  • Fighting for your beliefs

    Mulan doesn't look like all the other girls, nor does she act like them. Her mother wants her married, maybe to the butcher. Mulan wants to be a warrior. She dresses in men's clothes and practices shooting her long bow and using swords with a young friend who has been to war. Mulan has a secret, her father has died. No one must know or her mother will be homeless. So she dresses as a man to fight against the Teutonic Knights. Wolfgang and Steffan are brothers. Wolfgang wants to fight against the Knights, but Steffan wants power and glory, so he wants to fight with them. When Mulan meets Wolfgang, who is the son of a German Duke, will she be able to hide what she is? Will Wolfgang and his brother have to fight against and maybe kill the other? There are a lot of mentions of God and Christianity.. Of course these wars are being fought about religion. I thought it was well written with an eye to detail. I received this book from Net Galley and Thomas Nelson for a honest review. I voluntarily read this book.

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  • The Warrior Maiden

    The Warrior Maiden is book nine from Melanie Dickerson’s series, Hagenheim. In this installment, a reader gets a retelling of the fairy tale of Mulan. I thought this was a fun and unique retelling of a tale that I do not normally see being retold. I thought Mulan’s story was great. I give The Warrior Maiden five plus stars. It is definitely my favorite of the series that I have read. I highly recommend it. I received this book from the publisher, but was not required to write a review. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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  • Impressive Retelling

    I have never read the Fairy Tale of Mulan,so this book was a breath of sunshine to me. I thought it was well balanced between a blooming romance and fighting for what is right and noble. Although it is directed towards YA I equally enjoyed it. The strength, bravery, love, and faith that Mulan possesses to protect her mother is impressive. I could imagine the castles, knights, arrows flying, etc as the words painted a picture in my mind. A solid clean read to share with your daughters and granddaughters. I received a complimentary copy from Thomas Nelson & Zondervan Fiction Guild. The honest review and opinions are my own and were not required.

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