Here continues the story of Alanna, a young woman bound for glory who is willing to fight against enormous odds for what she believes in.
Follow Alanna of Trebond's quest to knighthood in the Song of the Lioness series.
©1984 Tamora Pierce; (P)2001 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
"A lively, fascinating tale." (Booklist)
"Pairing [Trini] Alvarado's vocal talents with [Tamora] Pierce's well written and engaging story makes this a quality audiobook worthy of inclusion in any audio collection." (School Library Journal)
I've always loved the original Alanna series, so this has to be in my top ten (I listen to a lot of audiobooks).
Gary or George. They're both very laid-back, but in different ways.
The accents. I love that Gary has a slightly British accent. It's so easy to imagine him that way.
When Thom shows Alanna the secrets of her shield.
If you're considering this book, definitely give it a try. I thought it was even better than the first book.
This book was engaging and I enjoyed listening to it on audible. An honorable, intelligent, and compassionate heroine outwitting a slimy deceitful immoral villain.
this has been one of my favorite series of books I have read the series free times and listen to it at least a few. wonderful books for girls of all ages teaching them to be strong ladies without fear of being a woman
That rare thing, a narrator whose voice draws you in and keeps you in the story while not disrupting the world you built when first reading the books in print. Love this adventurous girl-empowering series and the memorable characters within it!
The four books from the Song of the Lioness Quartet were my absolute favorite books growing up, and I read them a million times! Listening to them again, years later, was a pleasure!
I have many times and plan to again.
There are many things I enjoyed about this book. The clash between Alanna and Roger, the witty style of writing... I could go on for hours.
This performance was on par with her others.
Yes, and in my most recent listen I actually did.
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