Thursday, March 5, 2009

Book Review- Sandry's Book by Tamora Pierce

Sandry's Book by Tamora Pierce

Three young kids from different walks of life are brought together at the Winding Circle by the mage, Niko. Sandry, Briar, Tris and Daja are so different from each other but they all have magic within them that they need to develop and control. During there time in Discipline House, they also find time to become friends.

There wasn't much more to the book than the development of the characters. Most of the book is spent getting to know their backgrounds and their magical abilities. There was a bit at the end when they have to work together to save what they have found in their new home. Perhaps this is the setup for the action to come in the next few books.

I fear this is sounding like I didn't enjoy it but I really did. I read until I finished late into the night. I wouldn't have done that if it didn't grab my interest.

The best part, in my opinion, was how spinning yarn from wool was magic. It so is!



  1. This is my least favorite series of hers by far. So definitely give her other series a read!

  2. interesting book. Thanks for the review.

    I've given you an award here:

  3. Ooooh, I like that too---spinning yarn from wool was magic. It just sounds nice. From what I remember of Pierce, her books are easy reads that take you away for a bit. Nothing too heavy which is ok at times.

  4. I love this one! Actually, I love this entire series. And Tamora Pierce's other books.

  5. I am actually off to BookMooch now to see if I can get the next one. :)


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