When someone important is sold into slavery, Beka and her partners must go on a protracted Hunt with a capital H in the trilogy’s final book, Mastiff, by Tamora Pierce.
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Bloodhound has Beka acquiring a new, fuzzier partner in her efforts to keep the streets clean (or as clean as they can be when people throw their chamber pots onto them).
Did Tempests and Slaughter, Tamora Pierce’s long-anticipated origin story of mage Numair Salmalin, deliver the goods?
Within the Provost's Dogs, Beka is going to have to prove she's more Terrier than Puppy in order to survive.
Can’t get enough of Tamora Pierce’s fantasy world, Tortall? Then consider Tortall: A Spy’s Guide for your next read.
Behold the power of the spy report in Trickster’s Queen, part two of Aly’s duology.
Tamora Pierce takes the reader—and Aly—beyond the borders of Tortall into the political unrest of the Copper Isles in Trickster’s Choice.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2018.
Tamora Pierce wraps up her female-empowering series with Lady Knight, showing you just what a woman can get done when in a position of power.
In Squire, Tamora Pierce asks if it ever gets old watching a woman put a sexist man in his place. The answer is no, no it doesn't.
In Tamora Pierce’s Page, Kel won’t let anything—people, her own shortcomings, or circumstances—keep her from accomplishing her dreams.
Return to Tortall to join Kel as she embarks on her first year of knight school in Tamora Pierce’s First Test.
Daine and Numair fight foes and feelings in Tamora Pierce’s The Realms of the Gods, the final book in The Immortals quartet.
Daine must pretend to play nice with a guy she’s preeetty sure is a megalomaniac murderer in Emperor Mage, the third installment of The Immortals series.
Daine and Numair find themselves part of the pack as they uncover a treasonous plot in Tamora Pierce’s Wolf-Speaker.
Swan dive back into the magical world of Tortall in Wild Magic, the first book of Tamora Pierce’s second series.
We’ve reached the grand conclusion of Tamora Pierce’s first series with Lioness Rampant, in which Alanna returns home and proves firsthand why she’s earned that Knight’s shield.
Alanna's changing minds about what women can and can't do one tribe at a time in The Woman Who Rides Like a Man from Tamora Pierce.
In the second installment of Tamora Pierce’s Song of the Lioness quartet, In the Hand of the Goddess, Alanna learns to let go of her many, many fears.
Do you have what it takes to be a Knight of Tortall? Find out how to (wo)man up in Tamora Pierce's Alanna: The First Adventure.