Having achieved her dream of becoming the first female knight errant, Alanna of Trebond is not sure what to do next. She has triumphed in countless bloody battles, and her adventures are already legendary. Perhaps being a knight errant is not all that Alanna needs....But Alanna must push her... show more
Having achieved her dream of becoming the first female knight errant, Alanna of Trebond is not sure what to do next. She has triumphed in countless bloody battles, and her adventures are already legendary. Perhaps being a knight errant is not all that Alanna needs....But Alanna must push her uncertainty aside when she is challenged with the impossible. She must recover the Dominion Jewel, a legendary gem with enormous power for good -- but only in the right hands. And she must work fast. Tortall is in great danger, and Alanna's arch-enemy, Duke Roger, is back -- and more powerful than ever. In this final book of the Song of the Lioness quartet, Alanna discovers through fierce combat and ceaseless searching that she indeed has a future worthy of her mythic past -- both as a warrior and as a woman.
Publish date: April 19th 2011
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Song of the Lioness (#4)
Rating: 3.5 Stars. A little bummed this series is over, as it was really enjoyable, though I did feel Alanna diminished a little in the last two books. In this particular book I believe her to be of similar age as me, and yet continued to act like a teenager almost the whole way through, with epic m...
liked this one better than the previous book. Alanna is an adult now, unexperienced but an adult nonetheless, and she strives to find her life's purpose and her place in the world. She also learns to come to terms with her womanhood (and here the age of the book shows, no modern book would treat the...
Lioness Rampant is the fourth book in the Song of the Lioness Quartet and the conclusion to Alanna's story. According to Goodreads, it's the best rated out of the four books so going in, I was hopeful. I really liked Alanna: The First Adventure, but I felt like the subsequent books, In the Hand of ...
A sweet end to the series. Had completely forgotten most of it