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This entry is to let people comment on my Robin McKinley web page.



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Apr. 8th, 2006 11:34 pm (UTC)
The Blue Sword
This is the first book of Robin's that I read. I picked it up somewhere because of the picture. Later I hunted down "The Hero & The Crown" and fell in love. I've read both of these at least 4-5 times each.

I wish Robin would continue the stories or let someone else write a few regarding the people. What happened to Aerin and Tor? How many children did they have? Did she return to Luthe? What about Dickie? He finally heard the "blood calls to blood" and returned. Yes, they visted and Hari-Sol had several kids. What was their destiny?

There is so much potential there to have more stories!!!
Apr. 16th, 2006 01:52 pm (UTC)
Re: The Blue Sword
Alas, Robin seems to have moved on to other stories. Fanfic away, I guess.
Apr. 16th, 2006 04:46 am (UTC)
Luthe (I know, this subject is probably growing VERY old for some)
Just a comment from a hopeless Labyrinth addict, so of course this question will be tainted. *helpless grin*

Doesn't Luthe's description seem very similar to Jareth?
Take away the sharp edges, the cruelty, and the fear. (Both in Jareth's face and character) Maybe it's a long stretch.
Anyone else see it?
Apr. 16th, 2006 01:51 pm (UTC)
Re: Luthe (I know, this subject is probably growing VERY old for some)
What is Labyrinth?
Jul. 15th, 2006 08:50 pm (UTC)
I fell in love with your version of Beauty and the Beast. It made me feel like I was really there and it opened up just a new world of the story to me. Keep going!!!!
Aug. 29th, 2006 03:33 pm (UTC)
I have just finished reading the masterpiece novel, Sunshine. It took me approximately 10 hours reading, non stop.
With numb fingers,numb behind and numb brain, I simply could not stop reading until I reached the end.
My life is now changed, as no matter how many books I read, I cannot seem to find one with the same effect that Sunshine has had on me.
I realize than this may sound slightly bonkers, but for those 10 hours, I was Sunshine. Never before have I read a book where I was so grossly immersed that "myself" ceased to exist. Possibly, I never will again.
Huge applause to Robin McKinley for a truly wonderful, original, and inspiring read.
Maybe I will write my own book one day and hope that it will have a similar effect on it's readers, as Sunshine has for me!
Aug. 29th, 2006 04:24 pm (UTC)
Re: Sunshine........wow
Wow, someone even more enthusiastic about the book than I am. :) Glad you enjoyed it, and feel free to join the mailing list if you want to talk with more fans.
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