Forest Born

Forest Born

A Book of Bayern

Book - 2009
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When her beloved forest no longer gives her comfort and her brother Razo invites Rinna to the city to be one of Queen Ani's waiting women, she happily accepts, only to discover her own strength comes from places both expected and unexpected.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2009
Edition: First U.S. edition
ISBN: 9781599901671
1599901676
Branch Call Number: YA FICTION HALE...S
Characteristics: 389 pages : map ; 21 cm

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vv19
Jan 09, 2016

In the story of Forest Born we see beloved characters make another appearance as the epic tale comes to an end. Rin is the sister of funny Razo. When she discovers she has a talent like the other girls from the previous books, she is terrified that she is not good enough. The running theme is that people do not have confidence in who they are and are terrified of what other people may think of them. Rin finds her strength in herself and helps save her friends. A great ending to the series.

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Queendog102
Jun 06, 2014

i love these books, they are great, i almost wish i could live in that world!

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tocch101
May 12, 2014

Probably my least favorite of the stories, but still captivating in the continued growth and development of the characters.

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Almondjello
Jan 11, 2013

This was a great book! Definitely my favorite in the series.

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TopazCoals
Dec 04, 2012

My favourite of the books by Shannon Hale. By the way Tish4, the first one is The Goose Girl.

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sirigusdal
Aug 27, 2012

Awesome book! I don't like Rin as much as the other characters, but I still loved the book!

This was a great book :) @ Tish Goose Girl was the first one. Rin was interesting-She was so insecure but so powerful at the same time. Enna is still my favorite.

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Tish4
Feb 08, 2012

I wanna read this series but which is the first one?

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samy1
Dec 24, 2011

I love these books! River secrets was the best. My favourite girl was Rin. I can soooooooo relate to her.

Grace_Kalman May 06, 2011

I would call this the most exciting book of the series. River Secrets was the funniest (duh, it's about Razo) and my favorite. Enna Burning was the scariest and the hardest read. The Goose Girl was just a nice story. I like the others better.

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