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The Warrior Maiden

The Warrior Maiden

By Melanie Dickerson
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.15 Stars

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On 2/23 J Harder wrote: After pretending to be her father's son so she can take his place battling the Teutonic Knights who are besieging the Zachev Castle, Mulan realizes that this is exactly what she's been preparing for her whole life. She soon meets Wolfgang, son of the German duke, and although their relationship has an ... Another solid addition to the series

J Harder's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/22 Merie Shen wrote: I’ve been waiting to read this book since I first saw its premise on Amazon/Goodreads, and, although it’s not my favorite of Ms. Dickerson’s works, it was still a lovely read. The characters were as likable and relatable as her other ones– or at least, most of them were. While I loved Mulan’s ... Another Great Hagenheim Fairytale

Merie Shen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/22 Jane Maree wrote: This was my first taste of Melanie Dickerson's books, so I came in with an open mind and no expectations at all. I ended up really enjoying this book! First of all, it was a retelling of Mulan, which I was really excited about! It was strange to have Mulan be in a different location setting (Europe ... Warrior Women: mini reviews

Jane Maree's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/19 Aimee wrote: From New York Times bestselling author Melanie Dickerson comes a fresh reimagining of the classic Mulan tale.She knew a woman was expected to marry, cook, and have children, not go to war. Can she manage to stay alive, save her mother, and keep the handsome son of a duke from discovering her secret?When ... The Warrior Maiden by Melanie Dickerson

Aimee's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/17 Beauty in the Binding wrote: First off, I loved the fitting title and gorgeous cover of the book. I also loved the well-paced story line that held my attention from beginning to end. I liked that The Warrior Maiden was loosely based on the Mulan movie, but didn't strictly adhere to the movie's plot. The author gave fresh resolutions ... Book Review: The Warrior Maiden by Melanie Dickerson

Beauty in the Binding's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/16 Abigail Harder wrote: Oh my word, this book was AMAZING!!!! This is probably one of my favorites by Melanie Dickerson. The action, adventure, plot, romance, faith, everything in this beautiful gorgeous book was to die for! I have always loved the Disney movie Mulan and this book only grew my love for the story of Mulan. Wolfgang ... The Warrior Maiden

Abigail Harder's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/15 Crossroad Reviews wrote: If you are looking for a true Mulan retelling then look no further than this book righ there. OMG!! I will say that although the author does talk about other books in the series you can read this one without reading those. But if you want to know all the connections than of course read those first. ... #BookReview: The Warrior Maiden (Hagenheim, #9) by @melanieauthor

Crossroad Reviews' Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/14 A. Kaylee Harrison wrote: My review: Genre: Historical Christian fiction, young adult, medieval fiction. My Rating: 5 stars. Recommendation: 15 up because of romance, and some slight violence. My favorite character is: Wolfgang is my favorite of the brothers so far, and I loved seeing more about him especially his POV. He ... Teaser Review: The Warrior Maiden by Melanie Dickerson

A. Kaylee Harrison's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/13 V. Joy Palmer wrote: About the Book ~She knew a woman was expected to marry, cook, and have children, not go to war. Can she manage to stay alive, save her mother, and keep the handsome son of a duke from discovering her secret?When Mulan decides to take her father’s place in battle against the besieging Teutonic Knights, ... Review of The Warrior Maiden by Melanie Dickerson

V. Joy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/12 Raechel K. wrote: he Disney version of “Mulan” is a favorite of mine. So I was both excited and a little hesitant to read a retelling of this fun tale. The excitement was fulfilled – it had a lot of the elements of the Disney version while still remaining unique to its own story. I admit I kind of wanted her name ... “The Warrior Maiden” by Melanie Dickerson ~ Book review

Raechel K.'s Rating:

4 Stars