Review of The Woman Who Rides Like a Man (Song of the Lioness #3)

The Woman Who Rides Like a Man (Song of the Lioness #3) by Tamora Pierce 9646093

Review: Tamora Pierce really knows what she is doing, I just love reading her character! Her plot is also GREAT, because they have everything a reader could want to read and be. This book was no different, Alanna has finally gone off on her own ( kind of)  and has started to have her own adventures without the pressure of hiding. She also has to face more responsibility and the struggles of being a girl in a relationship. Which most of you know  what the problem is, stupid boys, wanting to be the man. Although, I think that Alanna handle the best she could and went on with her life, like every girl/women should. There is no reason as I can see for Alanna to settle and give up her freedom, which is the best part of the book, because a lot of people need to live through their characters. Which is what I do every time I read about Alanna, but I do try to be like her out in the real world to.

3 out of 5 stars.

272 pages.

Young Adult. Fantasy.

Published by Atheneum Books for Young Readers.

Summary: Alanna seeks adventure in a vast desert of Tortall, where, after a life-threatening duel, she becomes the first female shaman to an ancient tribe. Her warrior wisdom is put to the test in Lioness Rampant, because Tortall is in grave danger that only Alanna can prevent. As she takes on her archenemy, Alanna discovers she has a future worthy of her mythic past—both as a warrior and a woman.


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