The Will of the Empress
Publish date: October 1st 2006
Publisher: Scholastic Inc
Pages no: 550
Edition language: English
11/27/13 ** I've read this book once before, sometime in the past 2 years. I remember thinking at the time that it was enjoyable, but not necessarily one of my favorite of Pierce's works. This time, however, I'm reading it just after reading about Briar Moss, Rosethorn, and Evvy in Battle Magic an...
I greatly enjoy Tamora Pierce's young adult high fantasies. They always feature active, strong female characters. I prefer the books based in Tortall, particularly the Protector of the Small series with Keladry, the two Trickster books with Aly and the Beka Cooper books. But I grew to love the chara...
I really liked this, although it was my introduction to the Circle of Magic books. There was enough context and backstory woven through that I got the gist. As ever, I really like what Tamora Pierce does with magic and culture in her fantasy novels, and with interesting, strong characters, especiall...
When they were just children, Sandry, Briar, Tris and Daja linked their magics and became a nigh-unstoppable force. They became mages at the unprecedentedly early age of 13, and split up to explore the world. Now 18, they are finally together once more. But their old intimacy is gone: years apart...
I'll always adore this book