Trickster's Queen

Trickster's Queen

eBook - 2004
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Aly’s adventure continues. . . . No longer a slave, Alanna’s daughter is now spying as part of an underground rebellion against the colonial rulers of the Copper Isles. The people in the rebellion believe that a prophecy in which a new queen will rise up to take the throne is about to be realized. Aly is busy keeping the potential teenage queen and her younger siblings safe, while also keeping her in the dark about her future. But Aly, who is usually adept at anticipating danger and changes, is in for a few nasty surprises. New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Tamora Pierce captured the imagination of readers 20 years ago with Alanna: The First Adventure. As of August 2003, she has written 21 books including three completed quartets: The Song of the Lioness, The Immortals, and The Protector of the Small, set in the fantasy realm of Tortall. She has also written the Circle of Magic and The Circle Opens quartets. The author lives in New York, NY. From the Hardcover edition.
Publisher: [S.l.]: Random House Children's Books, 2004.
ISBN: 9780375890536
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 496 p.
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All_about_B Nov 08, 2012

Once again, there is nothing better than to finish a book begging for more. Although I know I wont get any!
The story continues once again with are very uncommon heroine, Aly.
Full with so much more mysteries as the final plan unfolds itself. And as a bonus, maybe Aly will get a surprise of her own.
The second book of the sequel is so much more than it's first as more is revealed and the ending gets near.
The dialog, still as sharp and hilarious as ever before. And for those who have read the first book, you will feel even more pain and sorrow, as well as excitement, as you continue to travel with are favorite characters.
And I can guaranty that the end will make everyone ... well, will see won't we?
I hope you like it as much as I did, so enjoy!

yd12 Jul 10, 2012

This is such a good book! Even thought the plot has a lot do with politics, it isn't boring at all. Really interesting and exciting. I wish there was a third

JewelMcLatchy Jun 20, 2012

I think I liked this a little bit better than the first book mostly because of the fabulously quirky and entertaining darkings and Nawat (whose character becomes more developed throughout the course of this sequel to Trickster's Choice).

Feb 23, 2012


Dec 04, 2010

GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT BOOK. Amazing sequel to Trickster's Choice, even if the ending was a little surprising. I can't honestly say that is was better than the first book, but it was close. Not as political as the first, though, which was a good thing for me. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. READ IT!

Oct 10, 2009

Better of the two


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