Publish date: March 1st 2009
Publisher: Scholastic Australia
Pages no: 552
Edition language: English
Series: Beka Cooper (#2)
Good to see another bit of Tortall. Good character development
This was fun, full of action and suspense, Beka Cooper is an interesting character.
Set roughly a year and a half after Terrier, Beka Cooper's adventures continue in Bloodhound: The Legend of Beka Cooper #2. Beka is now a full Dog but she has problems keeping her partners -- unfortunately, no one can quite meet the standards that Beka keeps to in patrolling the Lower City and keepi...
12/13 ** re-reading.5/31/13 ** I'm so impressed with the way that Tamora Pierce is able to weave political commentary that fits with the current issues of the day into her books. When Alanna came out 20 (or 30?) years ago, it was women being able to choose who their sexual partners would (or wouldn...
Tamora Pierce only gets better as an author with each book, and this one, her latest, is no exception. I really like Beka, and the world she inhabits, and this book stands out for me as being based on a mystery about forgery, and by showing the nation-shattering damage (inflation, starvation) it can...
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