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The Will of the Empress (Circle Continues) Audio CD – Audiobook, 28 Feb 2007

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Product details

  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Full Cast Audio(NY); Unabridged edition (28 Feb. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1933322403
  • ISBN-13: 978-1933322407
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 18.1 x 3.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,332,620 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tamora Pierce was born in South Connellsville, Pennsylvania and her parents were originally going to call her Tamara, but the nurse who filled out her birth certificate had never heard of that name before and accidentally misspelled it. However, Tamora likes her name and in case you're wondering how to pronounce it, it sounds just like camera. She was a passionate reader from an early age, devouring encyclopaedias, Dr Seuss books and J.R.R. Tolkien. Writing helped Tamora get through her parents' divorce and in her junior year at college she sold her first story and went on to publish The Song of the Lioness, originally with adult readers in mind, but found success when she turned it into a quartet for teenagers. The rest, as they say, is history! Tamora lives in New York with her husband.

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For years the Empress of Namorn has pressed her young cousin, Lady Sandrilene fa Toren, to visit her vast lands within the Empire's borders, and at long last she agrees in what turns out to be quite the interesting visitation. Reprint. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.


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Format: Paperback
The book is well-written with an exciting and fast moving plot. Origional ideas and well-developed, clearly portrayed characers bring a wonderful sense of fun and vividness to the book; especially if you already know the characters. I would estimate readers aged 12-18 would get most from this book.

It is still an excellent novel as a standalone, although if you have read the other books no doubt you will get more from this novel; especially as it ties in with events from 'the circle opens' quartet.

As to whether the book contains content too mature for younger readers, 'the circle opens' quartet surely contains just as much, possibly even more, material which may be considered controversial by some. However, such are the attitdes/personalities of the characters, and the overall message of the books (including the endings) that I really don't think they would be unsuitable for those aged 11+; indeed 'the circle opens' quartet is probably aimed at readers even younger than that, although obviously this would depend on the sensitivity of the reader. In the fist quartet the characters are aged 9-11, the second 13-15, this book 16-18; which is an indication of the ages they may be aimed at. However, this final book seems to have been written in such a way that young readers ploughing through Tamora Pierces' books will still be able enjoy and really appriciate it - and the characters.

If you like magic, fun, adventure, some suberb characters and an intriguing, interesting plot, then try this book. If you have already enjoyed 'the circle of magic' and 'the circle opens' quartets, then this book is a must read!
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Format: Paperback
i loved this book i can't wait till the next one, it was great to see them as grown ups and how they struggled with being older teenages and how they were trying to protect each other which just made things worse, it was a great read and follows on well from the other book i think it works well as a stand alone book.
as for age range i'd say 12+ as there is some adult content i think it is done responsible and makes sense to have this in the book as sandry, tris, daja and briar are all about 18 now. it's amust read for all T.P. fans
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Format: Paperback
If you've read any of the other books involving Tris, Sandry, Daja and Briar this is a great follow on to see how they've grown up. I felt I wanted more on some the travelling stories but there were good links to the original books.
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i should have waited for melting stones but still a great read
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