Alanna: The First Adventure
Becoming a legend is not easy, as young Alanna of Trebond discovers when she disguises herself as a boy and begins training to be a knight. Alanna's skills and stubborness help her befriend Prince Jonathan and alienate his evil uncle, Duke Roger. Filled with swords and sorcery, adventure and... show more
Becoming a legend is not easy, as young Alanna of Trebond discovers when she disguises herself as a boy and begins training to be a knight. Alanna's skills and stubborness help her befriend Prince Jonathan and alienate his evil uncle, Duke Roger. Filled with swords and sorcery, adventure and intrigue, good and evil, this book is a rousing introduction to the intensely satisfying story of Alanna.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 17th 1989
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 216
Edition language: English
Series: Song of the Lioness (#1)
This reader's personal opinion, ©2016, all rights reserved, not to be quoted, clipped or used in any way by Google Play, Penumbra Publishing, amazon.com or other commercial booksellers* Another "always been meaning to start this series" read for me. Oh boy, I'm glad I did. I really liked it. It's s...
Hey, look at who's alive! And with another book review as well! Amazing. Well, this is a review for the first book in the Lioness Rampant Chronicles, by Tamora Pierce, which is another beloved book series of mine. It, like the Transformers Universe, helped me through some tough times that would have...
This book is a large chunk of my childhood. I have probably read it dozens of times at this point, and I love it every time. Most of that is the characters. Alanna is fun to read about. She is stubborn and has a temper like nobody's business, but she knows what she wants and she goes for it. Women...
I am too old to have read Tamora Pierce as a girl, although I was fortunate enough to discover her books when my daughter was a child and I passed them on to her. Rereading this series over the last weekend, I rediscovered why I had enjoyed them, and, even more importantly, why I wanted to pass them...
It seems like a sin that this book was first published in 1983 - when I was 3 years old - and that I'm only reading it now. Alanna: The First Adventure is a classic fantasy adventure that I can't help but wish I'd discovered as a kid, even though I enjoyed the hell out of it as an adult! It's just...