The Healer's Apprentice

The Healer's Apprentice

eBook - 2010
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In this story loosely based on the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale, seventeen-year-old Rose, a healer's apprentice, falls in love with the betrothed Lord Hamlin, who is seeking the sorcerer who cursed his future bride
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, 2010
Edition: ePub ed
ISBN: 9780310407539
0310407532
Branch Call Number: eBook--Adult
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (254 pages)

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blue_parrot_326
Jul 02, 2017

Melanie Dickerson is my favorite author for sure. This book: The Healer's Apprentice is very loosely based on Sleeping beauty. A nice story from the Hagenheim series. It is written in a way that focuses on both Rose and Lord Hamlin's viewpoint. Very interesting to read. I would definitely recommend this book to all.

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ki02
Mar 06, 2017

I love this book! When I read it I couldn't even put it down. I really enjoyed it!

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Jennyluv
Feb 13, 2017

this was the best book I ever read by Melenie Dickerson, she put Romance, adventure and a thriller all into one book. it was really great and I want to recommend it to you! I figured out that this is the first book in the series. I like how Melenie takes the fairy tales and makes them more interesting for instance this one is Sleeping beauty and it is my favorite one in the series. The romance is cute. I loved every page of it and I encourage you to read it.

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chelle_belle
Sep 03, 2015

A quick, easy and enjoyable read. Dickerson gives us a nice, fleshed out, retelling of Sleeping Beauty. The plot is well written, but still not any major surprises. A nice, clean, Christian romance for those of us who don't care for the smutty details.

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Razzintaz
Sep 13, 2014

Good read. Super sweet. Loved some of the surprises. If you read Melanie Dickerson's books in order it makes more sense. Love these new "princess" style stories.

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Love_Legolas_111
Sep 02, 2014

One of my best friends said this book was better than The Merchant's Daughter, another one of Dickerson's books, which I LOVE AND ADORE with all my heart and soul. So I read this to prove to her that it was NOT better than The Merchant's Daughter. And although I will admit that it was a good book, it's nowhere NEAR as good as The Merchant's Daughter. First off, before reading this book fully, I had tried 2 other times before to read it, and didn't because I could never get caught up in the story. The beginning is REALLY slow, but I kept going until about the middle of the book, which was when it finally got my attention more. I happen to really love Gunther and Hildy, so when I got to that suspenseful part regarding them (which I won't spoil), the book finally won my interest entirely. From then on, it was better. The villain (who I actually figured out was the villain as soon as Dickerson hinted at it, which was TOO soon, and I was a bit upset at her for that) wasn't the best, but he was scary enough to feel for Rose. Lady Salomea was a surprise for me. I know that Dickerson hinted at her identity, but I brushed it off as impossible until I got closer to the end of the book. Also the traditional ending of Sleeping Beauty (you know, true love's kiss) was just sweet. :) Rose and Wilhelm were great together. I loved them as a couple, though in the middle of the book I got a bit annoyed that Wilhelm was gone and Rupert seemed to be winning for a bit there. But, I actually read The Fairest Beauty and The Captive Maiden before this, which deals with Wilhelm and Rose's CHILDREN, so I already knew the ending. But with romances like this, you usually DO know the ending. Anyway, if you like the idea of this story, read it. But go read The Merchant's Daughter after this. Check out my review for that too.

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mcleod007
May 23, 2014

read it and the merchant's daughter in one night. amazing, liked the merchant's daughter better. but still very well done :)

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farmprincess
Apr 25, 2014

i just read the merchants daughter! it was amazing! i hope this book is just as good!

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meglou13
May 31, 2013

I loved this story! It was easy to guess how it ended, but it was thoroughly enjoyable!

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mwong
Aug 02, 2012

Pretty good. It had a semi predictable ending and you realized who she is before you were told. Then again there were some big hints. hard to put down and not too long to read. Hope the next book: the merchant's daughter is as good.

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meglou13
May 31, 2013

Rose, a 17 year old healer's apprentice works to become the town's next healer. Betrothed Lord Hamlin notices her while he seeks to destroy the sorceror who cursed his future bride. Rose falls in love with him. What will happen?

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