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Hush - Donna Jo Napoli
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3.00 10
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781847382559 (184738255X)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
3.0 Hush
Melkorka is captured and enslaved by Vikings. She was a princess but her life changes completely when she becomes a slave. She decides that her only act of defiance is by keeping quiet. This marks her as different and makes her attractive to her captors. It's not a bad story, it just didn't work...
Cave of Wonder
Cave of Wonder rated it
5.0 Hush: An Irish Princess' Tale
I'm pretty much speechless.
Sesana rated it
The three stars are because the book is very well-written. It's because of everything else that it's only three stars, and I considered giving it less. The story is based on an incredibly unpromising hook from Icelandic myth: a mute slave is heard speaking Gaelic, and admits to being an Irish prince...
BookRatMisty rated it
4.0 Hush: An Irish Princess' Tale
I'm not going to lie, I bought Hush on pure cover/title appeal (it was $3! Why not?). Gladly, I wasn't disappointed. Hush expands on a very small part of an Icelandic saga, filling it out and bringing it to life quite nicely. It follows Melkorka, an Irish princess who is kidnapped by slave trade...
afterwhat rated it
My library has this shelved in the juvenile section, but I'd be pretty hesitant to actually suggest this one to anyone in elementary school. For the record, that's because I fear the wrath of parents, not because I actually think children would be damaged by reading "adult content". Anyway, ugh, I...
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