Zorro: A Novel
A child of two worlds -- the son of an aristocratic Spanish military man turned landowner and a Shoshone warrior woman -- young Diego de la Vega cannot silently bear the brutal injustices visited upon the helpless in late-eighteenth-century California. And so a great hero is born -- skilled in athleticism and dazzling swordplay, his persona formed between the Old World and the New -- the legend known as Zorro.
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ZORROUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A graceful imagining of the saber-wielding, justice-dispensing freedom fighter of yore. Children of the '50s may happily remember Guy Williams's TV portrayal of the legendary Zorro, who carved his ... Read full review
Zorro: a novelUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Allende's retelling of Zorro displays her essential belief that the fabric of the story--the making of the man--is as important as the actions. Born to an aristocratic Spanish father and a tamed ... Read full review