Young Zorro: The Iron Brand
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Diego de la Vega is more concerned with riding horses and making mischief with his best friend, Bernardo, than about fighting injustice. But all that changes when men start disappearing from the pueblo of Los Angeles and cattle go missing from his father's rancho. Diego and Bernardo are about to encounter an injustice so evil that they will have no choice but to take actio...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 26th 2007 by Rayo (first published December 27th 2005)
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R. A. Danger
The story made me feel like I was back then in old California, this was how Diego and the rest probably (if they were real) lived. Every thing from cattle ranching to how the tribe in that area lived. How Diego learn to dance, how he start getting interested in using a whip.
This is a story before Zorro was Zorro and how the incident with someone taken their cattle and kidnapping skill trades men, to make a new kingdom probably started him to fulfill the role of Zorro.
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Haley
Feb 17, 2010 Haley rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People who aren't very busy. Or are really bored.
Okay, I didn't get this far in this book... it wasn't enough to keep my attention. I might try reading again when life isn't so busy, but if you are looking for really good books, I wouldn't recommend wasting your time. If you are just looking for something to pass the time, I guess it could suffice.
Katie
A fun prelude to the legendary Zorro character with vivid descriptions of the southern California landscape in the days of missions and ranchos...before Los Angeles became what it is today.
Alison
Excellent read Discriptions were brilliant It was simple to read but the plot was action-packed Also an interesting read
April
For fans of historical fiction.
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Diego Vega (aka Zorro, Don Diego de la Vega) is a fictional character created in 1919 by pulp writer Johnston McCulley.

Diego Vega is a Californio nobleman living in Los Angeles during the era of Spanish rule.
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