Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

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 signature initial into his enemies' flesh with the point of his sword and kept the entire Spanish army in Alta California busily searching for him. Latter-day Californian Allende (Kingdom of the Golden ... Read full review

Review: Zorro

Editorial Review - - Kate Ayers

At the risk of betraying my age, I confess to eagerly anticipating the weekly installments of Zorro's escapades on our (ahem, black and white) television. While the Hollywood version back then was akin in creativity, at least to the old adventures of The Lone Ranger, Isabel Allende's version is enormously fuller and infinitely more interesting, bursting with a vivid and colorful personality. These ... Read full review

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