Publish date: October 1st 2008
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Pages no: 316
Edition language: English
Why is it that, despite my love for the majority of Tamora Pierce's books, I just don't seem to ever really sink into any of the Winding Circle Temple books? I picked up this one at the library thinking it would be the exception. Nope. It wasn't. And I can't quite figure out why although I spent...
11/18/13 ** My favorite author! Teens will be able to empathize with Evvy as she shares her excellent ideas about how to solve an island's problem with plant die-off but is not always taken seriously by the adults involved.
I did enjoy this book, even if not as much as the others in the Circle series. I can't agree with the reviewer that this is because Pierce's books show a decline of late. I think actually she's definitely one of those authors who got better over the years, and her last series featuring Beka Cooper I...
I absolutely adore Tamora Pierce, and was pretty excited when I saw that Will of the Empress was not going to be a stand-alone book. I really really wish I wasn't going to say this but I found Melting Stones a real let-down. I'm too frustrated to write a proper review so I'll explain my feelings thr...
Absolutely love this series.