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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

GREAT!

This is one of the best series i have ever read i love how she pushes herself to do what no one else thinks she can! I TOTALLY REACOMEND THIS SERIES! They are so good i read the first two in one day!

posted by Anonymous on December 16, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2000

    Good Work!

    This is wonderful... but not as great as The Lioness Quartet or Immortals Series. I would read it though! See ya! ObsessiveWriter@aol.com PS. Yes, I admire Tamora Pierce... I'm a writer too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2000

    Back and Better

    Keladry and company are back and better than ever in this new addition to Pierce's books. Kel is a girl who wishes to be a knight, which is an awfully hard thing to do in the Kingdom of Tortall, considering females are a minority. But she gives it a try anyways, and has passed her probationary year! This book tells basically what happens after the passage of probationary year up until her attempt to become a squire, and includes a host of new characters, such as Lalasa, Owen, and Jump (the dog). I personally really enjoyed this book, and thought it better than the first, because Kel is a realistic, down to earth person, who is struggling to find and become herself as she deals with the controversial roles of being a knight and being a woman. She is the type of character who sticks up for the underdog, and has a lot of friends, a.k.a. Neal, Cleon, Owen, and company. However, she also has enimies, a.k.a. Joren and company, who are absolutely against the idea of a female training for knighthood, and are willing to go to any extent to get her to give up, including evil 'pranks' that put her chances of becoming a squire in jeopardy. So, does she become a squire, and how does she deal with her mixed up feelings for her male friends? This may sound corny, but to find out, read the book!

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