Tricksters Queen by Tamora Pierce(158 ratings)
|Submitted by Eilidh KJ - Age 13 |
This book is great. I love the story line and all the characters. The story is focused on the brewing Raka rebelion and the adventure of Aliane Cooper (Aly). There were bits that made me smile, laugh and I was even a bit scared at times. I couldn't put it down, until it dissapeared a few nights ago. I can't wait to read the rest and am off to search for it now! ;) I rate all I've read so far a 20 out of 10, except the character list at the end (Princess Imajane is the King from the first one's daughter, not sister). Over all it's a realy good book and I would recommend it to amybody who likes fantasy stories.
|Submitted by Anonymous |
This is a very good book. It continues trickster's chioce both by Tamora Pierce. It is about raka people. Plus it is about a pretty noble girl named aly who wants to be a spy. She train other people to be her spy group and do good things. She is a very good actress. She is also pretty.The book is thick. It is long. it took me and my other girlfriends a very long time to read it.
|Submitted by Taran |
Tricksters Queen by Tamora Peirce is a book centered on the rising of the Raka people against the Luarin Crown. The Raka are the colored people in The royal city of The Copper Isles called Rajmuat. Aly is posing as a maid of the bailitangs when really she is the spymaster of the rebellion brewing right underneath the very noses of the crown. Aly is the last peice in the prophecy that Kyprioth (the Trickster and patron God of the Raka) gave to the Raka before he was dethroned by the Luarin Sun God and the Moon Goddess. The rebellion methodically works to overthrow the monarch through manipulation of their violent behaviors and predictable actions.
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