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But once I got closer to the end…it was great!

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Rose Red has a secret. A secret that has her living in isolation in the mountains with nothing but an old man she calls father and her nanny goat. But then she meets headstrong Leo, who quickly becomes her friend, when no one else would. Together they play and search for a monster rumored to be in the mountains.

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But their trust in each other is tested when something more real and terrifying than anything they could imagine, comes to their land. Leo, oh Leo. I must say, he was one of my favorite characters. His humor and his temper were fun to watch.

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There was times when I disliked him and the decisions or actions he took, but that made him more real. People have faults; they make mistakes. So when I disliked him, I still considered him one of my favorites. Rose Red was…interesting. First of all, you have to realize that this is the third book in the Tales of Goldstone Wood series, and I definitely would not recommend reading this before the others. Where to begin?

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I loved this book! Think Narnia or Lord of the Rings. While they do address evil and darkness, the light and truth are ever present. In Moonblood , Prince Lionheart is the picture of human insecurity, unrealistic expectations, and strife in trying to be all things to all men and gain atonement. Rose Red knows the truth, yet still struggles internally with expectations and disappointment when her life turns out completely opposite of what she thought it would. And those are only two examples of the many, many that abound in this book.

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While some may gain more than others from this book, I feel like it was very deep. I enjoy how well it was written, and the thoughts, emotions, research, and truth that have been poured into Moonblood. The worst part about the series that they ended! I am happy to say, that in the fall a new book in the series, Starflower , is scheduled to be released, and I personally cannot wait!

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I was provided a free copy of Moonblood through Bethany House Publishers, and I am not required to give a positive review. Are you interested in reviewing Christian literature? Lady Daylily Missy. Daylily Christa Mckane. Veiled Hannah and Missy. Lionheart's Venture to the Mountain Molly.

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