Lady Knight's Reviews > Lady of Ch'iao Kuo: Red Bird of the South, Southern China, A.D. 531

Lady of Ch'iao Kuo by Laurence Yep
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Jun 25, 10

bookshelves: childrens, historical-fiction, royalty, dark-ages, public-library, asia-india-middle-east
Read in December, 2009

Wow! Easily one of my favorite in the "Princess Diaries" series. Princess Redbird is very likeable, highly intelligent and the her tale makes for an awesome story!

Caught between the world of the Chinese and that of the Hsien (where she is from), Redbird is accepted by both and yet neither. But her unique skill set and her intelligence is the key to the survival of both worlds when the vicious Dog Heads rise and begin attacking.

Amazing story! I won't bother giving any more away. This is one you just have to read for yourself.
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