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Sandry's book
Tamora Pierce
Teen Fiction PIERCE

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Cleefoss said:
This novel is the beginning of the Circle of Magic series, which continues for eight more books (to my knowledge) after the first one, as the characters mature. An extremely enjoyable series with rich, detailed characters.
posted Jun 16, 2010 at 3:10PM
Vida said:
The first in a good quartet, very magic based like other Pierce books.
posted Aug 12, 2007 at 12:07PM
Alicia said:
I thought it was cool that all of them were in mortal danger, and Niko managed to save all of them. You should read other Tamora Pierce books, too.
posted Jul 27, 2006 at 9:42PM
Alicia said:
I thought it was cool that all of them were in mortal danger, and Niko managed to save all of them. You should read other Tamora Pierce books, too.
posted Jul 27, 2006 at 9:42PM
Kylie said:
this is an AWSOME book! I really liked it. It start when Sandry, a 13 year old orphan is found By the mage Niko. He takes her to the Winding circle temple, where she meets Daja,Triss,and Briar, all orphans like her. They get sent to Disipline.to see what happens read this book Sequals: Briar's book, Daja's book, and Triss' book [Series: Circle of Magic #1]
posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
Elizabeth said:
This book is really good. It's about Sandry having to learn how to control and work her magic. If you like fantasy, then you should read this. [Series: Circle of Magic #1]
posted Oct 21, 2005
Cristin said:
I loved this book.It was about four kids who find out they have powers over certain things. Like one girl can control the weather. The plot is really interesting and intricate, it might seem long but you'll never ant the book to stop! This has become one of my favorite books! [Series: Circle of Magic #1]
posted Oct 12, 2004
Michelle said:
Sandry's Book is an overall great book. It is something that makes you examine and observe the literary world with a bit more keener eye than usual, so pay great attention to detail because it will pay off in the end. The characters are very mysterious, each with a very unique past, and characters that you can understand on a deeper level. One of the girls, Tris, has been abandoned by her family because of who she was, a really gifted mage who has great power to control the weather. I tend not really to feel sorry for her, because I have been in that situation a few times before and the first thing that you should experience would be empathy: you know how that person feels from your own experiences and not just a third person sympathizer. Hazy story line but then again, it is only the first installment of the quartet and I love Tamora Pierce's works, such as the Song of the Lionness quartet and The Trickster's Choice. She captures the image of fantasy and makes a new level all on her own. I really admire that about her; just to start afresh and take off on your own vision and not an adaptation of any others.
posted Jul 16, 2004
Anne said:
This is a really great book for people who like fiction/fantasy. It has magic, adventure, suspense, mystery, and normal kid things. I definetly recomend it. [Series: Circle of Magic
posted Apr 9, 2004
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main characters Sandry
Female
Outcast
Being trained by a mage; has special magical powers; forms a magic circle with the other three children with her; brave; generous; gifted in working with thread.
Student

Daja
Female
Outcast
Being trained by a mage; has special magical powers; forms a magic circle with her friends; quiet; can work different metals; linked to the element of fire; skilled at the craft of smithing.
Student

Tris
Female
Outcast
Being trained by a mage; has special magical powers; forms a magic circle with her friends; can change the weather.
Student

Briar
Male
Outcast
Being trained by a mage; has special magical powers; forms a magic circle; has a gift with plants.
Student



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