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The Hunt for the Mad Wolf's Daughter

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Exciting, history-steeped sequel has heart, great heroine.

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There's lots to love about the continuing medieval adventures of 12-year-old Drest and her courage and humor under pressure as she faces one deadly challenge after another. Fortunately, her family war band, her orphan friend Tig, and assorted kind souls along the way are willing to help her -- and rescued-but-wounded Lord Emerick -- evade the murderous Oswyn. Drest is engaging and relatable as she keeps to the warrior's code in spite of having both a price on her head and a strong-willed warrior father who isn't so sure about her newfound tendency to think for herself.

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