All about Ebon (Pegasus, #2) by Robin McKinley. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. submitted 4 years ago * by RobinMcKinleyAMA Author Robin McKinley Oof, thanks, I was googling “ebon robin mckinley”, should have. I will finish the PEGASUS story. And yes, Sylvi and Ebon get back together. And yes it has a happy ending if you don’t require Technicolour.

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Oh man, mentions of my two favorite books not just of yours, of all time. I’ve often thought you’d be a big LeGuin and Rothfuss fan. I write mostly YA crossover and mostly fantasy. She moved around frequently as a child and read copiously; she credits this background with the inspiration for her stories. I’m not horrible about answering questions to be horrible. When it came time to send a letter, though, I was terrified. As of today, she lives in Hampshire, Mckilney.

See all 9 questions about Ebon…. They are my favorite fairytales. I’m hoping you can write many more. This requires that I deliver product mckinle strangers will pay money for. People always tend to ask kinda serious authory questions here.

Deerskin scared the shit out of me but I don’t think you’ll consider that a criticism. After a short while, she gets abducted by the Hillfolk King named Corlath. If you like fairy tales and Disney movies, try Beauty.


As well as all the other friends she will lose, because they are mortal. I’ve been mostly lucky with editors in that the ones I’ve worked with early on recognize that while I Don’t Take Direction Well that’s mostly because that’s part of my particular story-telling process and it’s not personal.

I think you’ve touched more lives than you may be able to imagine. Throughout her writing career, author McKinley has written a wide range of novels, most of which are based on the fantasy genre. Okay, very late the 24th, or very early the 25th if you want to be pernickety about it, I’ve mckinlye spent about another hour adding and answering, because I am a silly person.

The intelligent lichen of mars that you briefly mentioned were a fascinating concept as well. I haven’t read the others, but you are the bomb. Corlath also intends to make her a match for one of his men and make her fight along with them for him. One thing I often think about is the father figures in your work. It’s been more than 3 years. Her late husband completed …more If you read mckinlye FAQ section on her site, mc,inley doesn’t say it, but she clearly suffers from bouts of chronic writers block.

I don’t really have a question, but I couldn’t resist posting something to say how much I love your books! And there’s no publication date.

Robin McKinley

I know I’m late to the party, but I wanted to thank you for writing one of my first and all-time favorite books, Beauty. I read the first book in middle school and now in a month I will be starting college, please Ms. Thanks for writing so many books that have kept me entertained! To ask other readers questions about Ebonplease sign up. You’ve been one of my favorite authors for decades.


Hmm, maybe I need to start using this as a test for possible friends. But I need to make one of my standard caveats here: It’s trying to live up to the story I’m trying to write. I find my way to your books in times of great crisis and great joy.

Ebon (Pegasus, #2) by Robin McKinley (1 star ratings)

Way late to the show, but I just wanted to chip in about my small story. This was what told to Aerin about her mother. I trust I have escaped the doom of the foxglove bonnet?

So, thank you, thank you, thank you, for sharing all the worlds egon the story council send you. I was warned one was coming. Jul 06, Emily marked it as to-read.