Monday, May 18, 2009

TUCK, by Stephen R. Lawhead
TUCK is Book 3, the conclusion to the King Raven Trilogy. The first two in the series being HOOD and SCARLET.
Book 3, teaches you how history is changed with the telling and how legends grow up around events changing places and people's names. He leaves us with a new way of seeing and interpreting history. As a storyteller, it will add dimensions to your tales rooted in folklorn. A glimpse of adapting every story you tell to your present audience. Enjoy.
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At Tuesday, May 19, 2009 11:10:00 AM, Blogger Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Hi, Joleen. Thanks so much for posting comments about Tuck on both your blogs. I really appreciate your participation in the tour.

I was really taken by Mr. Lawhead's explanation of the way stories change, too. He had me thinking that his imaginative tale could be as viable an answer to who was the real Robin Hood as any of the more well-known ones.



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