Lady Knight

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Random House, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 431 pages
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"Protector of the Small #4
Keladry of Mindelan has finally achieved her life-long dream of being a knight. But it's not turning out as she imagined at all. With the land of Tortall at war with the Scanrans, she has been assigned to oversee a refugee camp. But Kel has had a vision in the Chamber-a vision of the man behind the horrific battle machines that her fellow knights and friends are now fighting without her. She is torn between a duty she has sworn and a quest that she feels could turn the tide of the war. . . .

"From the Hardcover edition.

  

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Great Wrap-Up

User Review  - Dreamer08 - Borders

Tamora Pierce's novels are mainly about girls, ladies, heroines who have to fight for what they want in a world with boundaries. Not only do they succeed but they show to others in the character's ... Read full review

Great finale

User Review  - Kids Bookseller - Borders

In the final book of the quartet, Kel finally becomes a knight. Now that she's a knight, however, she has to wait to see what her orders will be-will they actually let her fight alongside men, or will ... Read full review

Contents

Storm Xarnings
1
Z Tobe Z1 3 Long Cold Road
47
Kel Takes Command
75
Clerks
100
Defense Plans
124
Tirrsmont Refugees
141
First Defense
162
Mastiff
186
Friends
273
Vassa Crossing
288
Enemy Territory
309
Opportunities
330
The Gallans Lair
362
Blayce
387
Epilogue
407
Cast of Characters
412

Map of Haven
187
O The Refugees Fight
207
Shattered Sanctuary
228
Z Renegade
251
Glossary
418
30
430
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About the author (2002)

Author Tamora Pierce was born in South Connellsville, Pennsylvania on December 13, 1954. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Her first book, Alanna: The First Adventure, was published in 1983 and she became a full-time author in 1992. She writes fantasy books, mainly involving young heroines, for young adults. She is the author of numerous series including Song of the Lioness; The Immortals; Circle of Magic; Protector of the Small; The Circle Opens; Daughter of the Lioness; The Circle Reforged; and Beka Cooper. Her novel Battle Magic was a New York Times bestseller.

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