Review: Daja’s Book by Tamora Pierce

Daja’s Book is the third in the Circle of Magic series by Tamora Pierce following four young mages on their learning adventures.

Off to the north with the Duke, the four are spreading their wings on a new adventure. Daja’s outcast status and an interesting bit of magical accident leave her with a living metal plant and a Trader who wants to buy. Of course, she can’t talk to Daja, so the fun begins.

Standing up for their foster-sister, Tris, Briar, and Sandry shame the Traders into doing business with Daja and she feels almost at home again. Of course, it can’t last, and the dried-up, fireless forest soon turns against them. The four learn what it means to risk everything, even their own lives, to save others from certain death. And Daja gets a new magic out of it, too.

Like the sound of this one? Check out the rest of the Circle of Magic series here or on the author’s website.

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