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In the Hand of the Goddess ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ In the Hand of the Goddess By Tamora Pierce ✸ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Disguised As A Boy, Alanna Of Trebond Becomes A Squire, To None Other Than The Prince Of The Realm But Prince Jonathan Is Much To Alanna He Is Her Ally, Her Best Friend, And One Of The Few Who Knows T Disguised As A Boy, Alanna Of Hand of PDF Æ Trebond Becomes A Squire, To None Other Than The Prince Of The Realm But Prince Jonathan Is Much To Alanna He Is Her Ally, Her Best Friend, And One Of The Few Who Knows That She S Really A Girl Now It Will Take All Of Alanna S Awesome Skill, Strength, And Growing Magical Powers To Protect Him From The In the PDF \ Mysterious Evil Sorcerer Who Is Bent On His Destruction, And Hers Here Continues The Story Of Alanna, A Young Woman Bound For Glory Who Is Willing To Fight Against Enormous Odds For What She Believes In.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • In the Hand of the Goddess
  • Tamora Pierce
  • English
  • 14 July 2019

About the Author: Tamora Pierce

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10 thoughts on “In the Hand of the Goddess

  1. Caz (littlebookowl) Caz (littlebookowl) says:

    My goodness, my memory is atrocious I thought that the ending of this book was supposed to be the ending of the final book in the quartet, so now I will be continuing on with the series going in totally blind This was so enjoyable, I love these books so much The nostalgia is real I do think that they could have been fleshed out a little bit though There is a bit of glo...

  2. Alexandra Alexandra says:

    I still enjoyed reading this series, but several problems stood out with this book First off important events kept being dropped casually into the conversation or mentioned in passing and that was that I was very taken aback when it was said that Alanna s father died last month , and that was about it There were several other instances as well that this happened but I can t remember right now Also time seems to be passing too quickly At some point I had to struggle to keep up and remember that all these happened within long periods of time between each other Then the romance I appreciate that it s not overdramatized or anything, but I also felt like it just happened Like, in the last book there was no mention of it at all, and then suddenly in the first chapter of this book the goddess declared that George was in love with Alanna That was jarring So was when people suddenly started sleeping with each other without talking much about it at all I was confused Some things that have had a huge build up such as the Ordeal ended up being too simple I ve noticed this pattern with pretty much all the climaxes in the series they never even last than a few pages I mean, I hate reading about fighting battles myself, but this is a book that s supposed to be all about it, right Another gripe I have is that h...

  3. Norah Una Sumner Norah Una Sumner says:

    I don t want to fall in love I just want to be a warrior maiden HAHAHAH YEAH RIGHT,GREAT JOKE ALANNA Sooothis book was basically like a sketch of Alanna s teenage years In on chapter she s 13,in the next one she s 15 in one chapter she s all like I am powerful woman ready to take my place in this world and in the next one she s like omfg Jon,I know you re sleeping around and stuff but I want to be the one you sleep with too Alanna gives everything these cutesy names which made me throw up a bit Come on,she names her cat Faithful Jesus And,of course, only Alanna suspects that Duke Roger is scheming behind everyone s back He s apparently extremely cunning and smart but obviously Alanna can beat the shit out of him because she s so talented and special 1 Oh,please,spare me the pain.Book Oh,yeah,let s add Alanna telling Jon that she loves him and her telling her friends,and she lied to them for years, t...

  4. Rusty& Rusty& says:

    Review and at I found this second book to have thrills than the first book, I did feel there were things lacking here but only a little bit.For starters I still think these books are way too short for what they are high fantasy adventures There s no room for world building which is a shame because the world the author has created here has a lot of potential to be as intriguing and mysterious as Middle Earth Here we get introduced to a goddess which we have no backstory on whatsoever and no hints on how the belief system in this world works We also meet a purple eyed cat who is also special in the eyes of the goddess but we have no idea why Will we find out in later books I m sure going to find out.In this book the time for our MC passes very quickly with her turning from young teenager to young adult in not many pages Once again I will say I liked all the adventure and thrills these books have to offer as well as one of my favourite fema...

  5. Madeline Madeline says:

    I was looking at the cover of my library copy of this book before I started it, and saw that on my edition, Alanna is pictured with a black cat on her shoulder Remembering how delightfully full of wish fulfillment the first book was, I thought to myself, Oh, she gets a cat in this one I bet it s a magic cat I bet it talks I was joking But I was totally right Alanna not only acquires a talking cat who also has purple eyes, natch , a deity swoops down to personally give Alanna a magic necklace At this point, girlfriend is getting really weighted down with magical swag She s going to have to start carrying trunks around with her, and I love it The first book in the series moved quickly In the Hand of the Goddess moves even faster, flying right through the rest of Alanna s training and ending soon after she graduates This means that sometimes an entire year takes up only a few chapters, and the lengthy timeline means that the book can sometimes feel like just a string of separate events instead of a cohesive story Halfway through the book, we get introduced to a neighboring country, Tusaine, and before we can even catch our breath, Alanna and her friends are being moved to the front lines because sud...

  6. Yue Yue says:

    I m having a little hard time progressing with this book In the first place, I chose this book because I was looking for a bad ass female character and because of the good reviews However, I m having troubles liking Alanna And the story itself Why Because in one chapter she is 13 year old, in the next one, 15 year old and so on She starts being Jonathan s lover when I m still picturing her as a child, for God s sake Another thing why don t like her is because she keeps contradicting herself First, she says she never is going to love someone, bla, bla Then, she becomes lover of Jonathan and where does her pride go And of course, I disagree with her choice Jonathan over George WTF EDIT Well, I finally managed to finish the book It was MEH One of the things I don t understand is why everybody likes Alanna so much in the book When she finall...

  7. Erica Erica says:

    What happened I ve read several of Tamora Pierce s books, but had not read the Song of the Lioness quartet and thought it time I start I enjoyed the first book, Alanna The First Adventure I liked Alan, nee Alanna, in her single minded determinedness and her unawareness of self and the effect she had on others I liked the supporting characters It was light, pleasant and fun so I was eager to read the second book, The Hand of the Goddess I expected Alan to grow up and have to deal with identity issues, romantic issues and other problems that come with becoming a young adult I expected the book to be less geared to 8 12 year olds, as the first had been, and written with teenagers in mind These are the expectations I had before reading the boook I was terribly disappointed view spoiler While Alan does grow up and does have to deal with all the problems I had expected and while the book is not aimed at the 8 12 year old set though it s also not aimed at anyone over the age of 16 , I felt the story to be tiresome and riddled with ...

  8. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    How do I love this book Let me count the ways.1 Alanna has sex and it s treated like, well, normal She s not slut shamed She s just happy Dude 2 George is in love with Alanna and tells her, says he won t bring it up again, and goes right back to being her friend Because he loves her, and likes being around her, and wants to be around her and doesn t just value ...

  9. Fuchsia Rascal Fuchsia Rascal says:

    5.0 nostalgia, 4.0 re read, 4.5 actual.Okay, I ve re read this many times, but never with as large a gap 3 years and as much a focus on critical thinking as now That being said, although the Immortals Quartet stands as my favourite Tortall series and I relate to Diane overall this book has always been my favourite And, looking at it critically, I stand by that judgment It does have its faults not all author related , but its strengths make up for those I do have a couple of disclaimers for people who are reading it in their post teen years this book is decidedly in a market of its time The entire series length was cut in half, at least, due to publishers not believing that a fantasy novel, especially with a female protagonist, would sell well in the years before Harry Potter author Tamora Pierce has commented on this numerous times throughout the past 15 years As a result, the characters, plot, and novelization are rushed throughout the first two books which, combined, take place over 8 years , which gives the books a juvenile feel This is a result of publishing oh, how I wish I could read those original versions of the first two books and so...

  10. Mary Mary says:

    Roger s suite of rooms was located very conveniently for Alanna s purposes This entire book was damned convenient for her I thought the first book was alright and picked this up because the entirety of tumblr was shitting themselves over the feminist shit in this book Let me tell you, there was some shit in this And were they feminist Alanna doesn t want love but because the author deemed it must happen, she s aged up 6 years in only a few chapters And the creeps trickle in.Alanna has 2 love interests Jon the prince who s sleeping with several women at court and the King of Thieves, George At first I was all F Yeah Princes but then this happened It s a charm to keep me from having children, she stammered Mistress Cooper gave it to me a a long time ago Jon chuckled Have you ever tried it out he asked What s that supposed to mean she asked gruffly This Swiftly he kissed her again and again Alanna felt giddy and was grateful that his tight hold kept her from falling She was scared She suddenly realized she wanted to be the one in his bed tonight .ok, that s cool, BUT Jonathan stopped kissing her, o...

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10 thoughts on “In the Hand of the Goddess

  1. Caz (littlebookowl) Caz (littlebookowl) says:

    My goodness, my memory is atrocious I thought that the ending of this book was supposed to be the ending of the final book in the quartet, so now I will be continuing on with the series going in totally blind This was so enjoyable, I love these books so much The nostalgia is real I do think that they could have been fleshed out a little bit though There is a bit of glo...

  2. Alexandra Alexandra says:

    I still enjoyed reading this series, but several problems stood out with this book First off important events kept being dropped casually into the conversation or mentioned in passing and that was that I was very taken aback when it was said that Alanna s father died last month , and that was about it There were several other instances as well that this happened but I can t remember right now Also time seems to be passing too quickly At some point I had to struggle to keep up and remember that all these happened within long periods of time between each other Then the romance I appreciate that it s not overdramatized or anything, but I also felt like it just happened Like, in the last book there was no mention of it at all, and then suddenly in the first chapter of this book the goddess declared that George was in love with Alanna That was jarring So was when people suddenly started sleeping with each other without talking much about it at all I was confused Some things that have had a huge build up such as the Ordeal ended up being too simple I ve noticed this pattern with pretty much all the climaxes in the series they never even last than a few pages I mean, I hate reading about fighting battles myself, but this is a book that s supposed to be all about it, right Another gripe I have is that h...

  3. Norah Una Sumner Norah Una Sumner says:

    I don t want to fall in love I just want to be a warrior maiden HAHAHAH YEAH RIGHT,GREAT JOKE ALANNA Sooothis book was basically like a sketch of Alanna s teenage years In on chapter she s 13,in the next one she s 15 in one chapter she s all like I am powerful woman ready to take my place in this world and in the next one she s like omfg Jon,I know you re sleeping around and stuff but I want to be the one you sleep with too Alanna gives everything these cutesy names which made me throw up a bit Come on,she names her cat Faithful Jesus And,of course, only Alanna suspects that Duke Roger is scheming behind everyone s back He s apparently extremely cunning and smart but obviously Alanna can beat the shit out of him because she s so talented and special 1 Oh,please,spare me the pain.Book Oh,yeah,let s add Alanna telling Jon that she loves him and her telling her friends,and she lied to them for years, t...

  4. Rusty& Rusty& says:

    Review and at I found this second book to have thrills than the first book, I did feel there were things lacking here but only a little bit.For starters I still think these books are way too short for what they are high fantasy adventures There s no room for world building which is a shame because the world the author has created here has a lot of potential to be as intriguing and mysterious as Middle Earth Here we get introduced to a goddess which we have no backstory on whatsoever and no hints on how the belief system in this world works We also meet a purple eyed cat who is also special in the eyes of the goddess but we have no idea why Will we find out in later books I m sure going to find out.In this book the time for our MC passes very quickly with her turning from young teenager to young adult in not many pages Once again I will say I liked all the adventure and thrills these books have to offer as well as one of my favourite fema...

  5. Madeline Madeline says:

    I was looking at the cover of my library copy of this book before I started it, and saw that on my edition, Alanna is pictured with a black cat on her shoulder Remembering how delightfully full of wish fulfillment the first book was, I thought to myself, Oh, she gets a cat in this one I bet it s a magic cat I bet it talks I was joking But I was totally right Alanna not only acquires a talking cat who also has purple eyes, natch , a deity swoops down to personally give Alanna a magic necklace At this point, girlfriend is getting really weighted down with magical swag She s going to have to start carrying trunks around with her, and I love it The first book in the series moved quickly In the Hand of the Goddess moves even faster, flying right through the rest of Alanna s training and ending soon after she graduates This means that sometimes an entire year takes up only a few chapters, and the lengthy timeline means that the book can sometimes feel like just a string of separate events instead of a cohesive story Halfway through the book, we get introduced to a neighboring country, Tusaine, and before we can even catch our breath, Alanna and her friends are being moved to the front lines because sud...

  6. Yue Yue says:

    I m having a little hard time progressing with this book In the first place, I chose this book because I was looking for a bad ass female character and because of the good reviews However, I m having troubles liking Alanna And the story itself Why Because in one chapter she is 13 year old, in the next one, 15 year old and so on She starts being Jonathan s lover when I m still picturing her as a child, for God s sake Another thing why don t like her is because she keeps contradicting herself First, she says she never is going to love someone, bla, bla Then, she becomes lover of Jonathan and where does her pride go And of course, I disagree with her choice Jonathan over George WTF EDIT Well, I finally managed to finish the book It was MEH One of the things I don t understand is why everybody likes Alanna so much in the book When she finall...

  7. Erica Erica says:

    What happened I ve read several of Tamora Pierce s books, but had not read the Song of the Lioness quartet and thought it time I start I enjoyed the first book, Alanna The First Adventure I liked Alan, nee Alanna, in her single minded determinedness and her unawareness of self and the effect she had on others I liked the supporting characters It was light, pleasant and fun so I was eager to read the second book, The Hand of the Goddess I expected Alan to grow up and have to deal with identity issues, romantic issues and other problems that come with becoming a young adult I expected the book to be less geared to 8 12 year olds, as the first had been, and written with teenagers in mind These are the expectations I had before reading the boook I was terribly disappointed view spoiler While Alan does grow up and does have to deal with all the problems I had expected and while the book is not aimed at the 8 12 year old set though it s also not aimed at anyone over the age of 16 , I felt the story to be tiresome and riddled with ...

  8. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    How do I love this book Let me count the ways.1 Alanna has sex and it s treated like, well, normal She s not slut shamed She s just happy Dude 2 George is in love with Alanna and tells her, says he won t bring it up again, and goes right back to being her friend Because he loves her, and likes being around her, and wants to be around her and doesn t just value ...

  9. Fuchsia Rascal Fuchsia Rascal says:

    5.0 nostalgia, 4.0 re read, 4.5 actual.Okay, I ve re read this many times, but never with as large a gap 3 years and as much a focus on critical thinking as now That being said, although the Immortals Quartet stands as my favourite Tortall series and I relate to Diane overall this book has always been my favourite And, looking at it critically, I stand by that judgment It does have its faults not all author related , but its strengths make up for those I do have a couple of disclaimers for people who are reading it in their post teen years this book is decidedly in a market of its time The entire series length was cut in half, at least, due to publishers not believing that a fantasy novel, especially with a female protagonist, would sell well in the years before Harry Potter author Tamora Pierce has commented on this numerous times throughout the past 15 years As a result, the characters, plot, and novelization are rushed throughout the first two books which, combined, take place over 8 years , which gives the books a juvenile feel This is a result of publishing oh, how I wish I could read those original versions of the first two books and so...

  10. Mary Mary says:

    Roger s suite of rooms was located very conveniently for Alanna s purposes This entire book was damned convenient for her I thought the first book was alright and picked this up because the entirety of tumblr was shitting themselves over the feminist shit in this book Let me tell you, there was some shit in this And were they feminist Alanna doesn t want love but because the author deemed it must happen, she s aged up 6 years in only a few chapters And the creeps trickle in.Alanna has 2 love interests Jon the prince who s sleeping with several women at court and the King of Thieves, George At first I was all F Yeah Princes but then this happened It s a charm to keep me from having children, she stammered Mistress Cooper gave it to me a a long time ago Jon chuckled Have you ever tried it out he asked What s that supposed to mean she asked gruffly This Swiftly he kissed her again and again Alanna felt giddy and was grateful that his tight hold kept her from falling She was scared She suddenly realized she wanted to be the one in his bed tonight .ok, that s cool, BUT Jonathan stopped kissing her, o...

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