Lioness Rampant

Lioness Rampant

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Alanna continues to create her own life as a female warrior when she and new companions journey to the Roof of the World seeking the powerful Dominion Jewel, perhaps the last hope of saving her country from dissension and hostile magic.
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2011
Edition: First Atheneum Books for Young Readers paperback edition
Copyright Date: ©1988
ISBN: 9781442427662
1442427663
Branch Call Number: Ju F Pie

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susan_findlay
May 11, 2017

Decent end to the series, but I preferred Woman Who Rides Like a Man. That's likely because I was more interested in getting to know the characters, and that's the book in which Alanna grew the most. I actually liked the first half of this book better than the second - likely because the fights are the least interesting parts of these books for me. About three quarters of the way through, I was feeling quite let down - but it got better again in the last chapter or so.

PinesandPrejudice Apr 27, 2017

This was a fantastic, satisfying end to the series. There were times when this was a little slow and I really enjoyed the second half of the novel when we got back to Tortall, but I was with Alanna every step of the way. The warrior woman she has become is incredible and inspiring. I am encouraged to read the rest of the books set in this world. I am so glad I reread this as an adult -- it was just as aspiring as it was when I was a young girl.

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DBDean
Oct 11, 2013

I loved this whole series, as a little girl. I have always remembered it fondly. Re-reading it as an adult - I wish I had left it as a child hood memory. Now that my taste has matured - its to simple. Good book for girls ages 10 - 14. Not so good for adults.

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22950006867246
Jul 29, 2013

I really like this one in the series and I was glad with who Alanna ended up with. It was a very addictive series.

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mo_z
Jul 23, 2013

I read thw whole series and I think what I loved most about these books is how Alanna evolved though the series. It really shows how much a person can change though the years of growing up. This book was a light read the wrighting still was nothing too extraordinary otherwise, the plot was good and interesting.

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foxylady31
Jul 12, 2013

Not good reading the LAST book of a series first, but OH WELL! It was an OK book . probably would have been better if I started with book one. Alanna was a very good female hero. There is romance, intrigue, unexpected twists , great loyalty--what else can you want. LIGHT READING

Allieelly Mar 08, 2013

The writing is still a bit iffy, but overall I enjoyed this book.

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mnavarro2000
Mar 13, 2012

@zoozar18 I loved the book i don't see how you didn't like it, It is completely absolutely and utterly AMAZING

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tyloroberts
Feb 23, 2012

great book for anyone who loves romance and a thrilling battle

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zoozar18
Jan 18, 2012

this is not a very good book.

mnavarro2000 I am glad that you think that but I totally disagree

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Jun 27, 2011

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Jun 14, 2011

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mnavarro2000
Mar 13, 2012

" But I'm your friend, I can't take your man!" - Queen Thayet

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mnavarro2000
Mar 13, 2012

" We did it, King's Champion. Tortall is safe."- King Jonathan III

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