The Lost Steersman
Publish date: August 26th 2003
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 419
Edition language: English
Series: The Steerswoman -2 (#3)
A bit weaker than the first two books. There was just too much exploration of a single topic. I think I know why the author did it, but I still didn't care for it. Still, a good book.
The third book finds Rowan and Bel parting ways temporarily, although Rowan finds a satisfying new sidekick in the form of Steffie, a young man who at first seems slow, but turns out to have a brain well-suited to Steerswoman (and the occasional man) type of inquiry. Rowan is trying to find out what...
One can say Rosemary Kirstein is an excellent author - but not a particularly fast one. There was an 11-year gap between the publication of the last book in this series (The Outskirter's Secret) and this one (1992 - 2003). However, this book is just as good as its predecessors - and that's quite goo...
I wasn't all that impressed by the first of this series, but by book three I'm a convert! Each one has been steadily better and this is the one where I crossed the line from, oh I'll read them if I happen to run into them to, Rosemary Kirstein goes on my list of authors to watch for.I am really enj...
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