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The Outskirter's Secret - Rosemary Kirstein, Rosemary Kiestein
The Outskirter's Secret
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Determined to learn the truth about the Guidestars--two points of light that hang motionless in the sky--Rowan sets out into the Outskirts, where barbarian tribes and the land itself could destroy her.
Determined to learn the truth about the Guidestars--two points of light that hang motionless in the sky--Rowan sets out into the Outskirts, where barbarian tribes and the land itself could destroy her.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780345368850 (0345368851)
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 333
Edition language: English
Series: The Steerswoman -2 (#2)
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By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it
0.0 The Outskirter's Secret
Second in the Steerswoman series. This one starts off a little slowly and ends with an emotional gut-punch. Ow. Also, I really appreciate that Kirstein pays attention to the physicality of her world, and gives a sense of the time it takes to do things/move through the land.
ken
ken rated it
4.0 The Outskirter's Secret
As good as the first one. Even though I loathe the mythical fighting desert people they were done very nicely in this book.
christinaochs
christinaochs rated it
5.0 The Outskirter's Secret
The second book, The Outskirter's Secret was probably my favorite of the series. Rowan's investigations lead her into the Outskirts, where she is forced to rely on Bel and her people for information as well as survival. This arid, inhospitable world is truly fascinating and the nomads that inhabit i...
altheaann
altheaann rated it
In this book, the story begun in "The Steerswoman" continues. The Steerswoman Rowan and her friend, the Outskirter Bel, travel to find the source of mysterious jewels. At first, this was no more than a routine inquiry, but as deception and violence follow them, they begin to suspect there's somethin...
Bun's Books
Bun's Books rated it
4.0
A considerable leap forward from the previous one in this series, which I felt had some serious weaknesses. This one has even more of the great characterizations and interesting world building that I liked in the first, and now with the addition of a much better plot! The tendency for people to si...
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