Publish date: July 7th 2003
Pages no: 576
Edition language: English
Series: Tamír Triad (#2)
Tobin is dealing with the fact of his gender. Also with the issues associated with being next in line to the throne and being attracted to his squire. The magicians are having to deal with persecution from the harriers and their leader has plans, what they are have to be revealed. The king is unpr...
3.5 stars, rounding up to 4.Really like the setting, the story, and the characters, but the book itself is filled with endless descriptions and fluff. After a while I started keeping track of all the times weather was mentioned, because no matter what, a scene wasn't complete until the sun was shini...
I couldn't put this book down. Beginning to end, I love every bit of it. And the part I was waiting for the most was everything I could have hoped for. I'll avoid saying more because spoilers, but I loved it. SO MUCH.
The second novel in The Tamir Triad trilogy loses none of the charm of the first. In fact, it makes an already intriguing world downright amazing. I loved how the characters are developed and the faint stirrings of romance between the two main characters promises that the conclusion to the trilogy w...
Not quite as good as [b:The Bone Doll's Twin|671560|The Bone Doll's Twin (The Tamír Triad, #1)|Lynn Flewelling|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51GJ54FBYFL._SL75_.jpg|71863], but still engrossing.In some ways, the book feels like a YA novel because of the age of many of the central characters. ...