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Alanna : the first adventure
Pierce, Tamora
Teen Fiction PIERCE

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Biota said:
Alanna really wants to be a knight, but the girls aren't allowed to be knights. Alanna disguises herself as a boy and goes to the school where they train knights. I really enjoyed this book. [Series: Song of the Lioness #1]
posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
Zspecial1 said:
Alanna wants to be a knight, but girls aren’t alowed to be knights. She disguises herself as a boy and calls herself Alan, training to be a knight. She develops a friendship with the Prince of the country, and the king of the Thieves. This was a very interesting book, I read it all in one day. I’d recommend it only for girls, though.
posted Jun 10, 2006 at 1:25PM
Avatar for Sweet Heart Sweet Heart said:
This is a really good read if u like adventure books.
posted Jul 30, 2009 at 9:07PM
Hey There said:
Love this book! It pulls you in and even tho the premise sounds simple it’s actually really engaging and super exciting :) I highly recommend it. Esp. for girls.
posted Mar 28, 2010 at 1:41PM
Avatar for WolfMoon WolfMoon said:
All Alanna of Trebond wants to do is become a knight, but girls can't train at the palace. So she switches places with her twin brother Thom and takes the palace by storm, pretending to be a boy. This four-book series leads into some five other series you can read if you want.
posted Nov 16, 2012 at 5:33PM
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