Item description for Daja's Book (Circle of Magic, Book 3) by Tamora Pierce...
The magic is out of control!On a journey to Gold Ridge, the four young mages-in-training---Daja, Sandry, Tris and Briar---find their special magics overlapping, sometimes in frightening and destructive ways. One burst of this combined magic leads Daja to create an astonishing vine made of living metal.Her creation is worth a small fortune. But can Daja bargain with the Traders who cast her out without losing her soul?Once again Tamora Pierce, America's most popular writer of young adult fantasy, leads the Full Cast Family in a thrilling exploration of her intricately woven Circle of Magic.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.5" Height: 6.5" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2004
Publisher Fullcast Audio
ISBN 1933322128 ISBN13 9781933322124
Availability 0 units.
More About Tamora Pierce
Beloved author Tamora Pierce has written a great number of books, including The Song of the Lioness quartet, The Immortals quartet, The Circle of Magic quartet, The Protector of the Small quartet, The Circle Opens quartet, the Trickster series, "The Will of" "the Empress", "Melting Stones", and the Beka Cooper series. She lives in New York and can be visited at TamoraPierce.com.
Tamora Pierce currently resides in New York, in the state of New York. Tamora Pierce was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about Daja's Book (Circle of Magic, Book 3)?
The four travel to the Gold Ridged Mountains Apr 2, 2007
Daja and the other mages in training; Briar, Sandry and Tris travel to the Gold Ridged Mountains with their teachers. In this place drought is starting a famine.
Before Daja knows it she's created something new and extrordinary; it's a living, metal vine which grows gold and silver pedals. In the town Daja runs into a woman who is a trader, the type of person Daja used to be. She wants Daja's vine but Daja wants to be a trader again...hmmm?
This is an awesome book! Hope you read it!
A Strong Female Character Aug 3, 2006
We got to know Daja outside of her Trader or Circle identities. She emerged as very powerful, smart and capable. This book and Tris's book were the best of this series.
About the title... Aug 1, 2006
This is just a re-titled copy of Daja's Book in the Circle of Magic quartet - don't get confused by the title!
Spectacular Book Mar 6, 2005
I absoluteley adore this book along with all the other books in this series. I love this one most of all. It is great!
Its pretty good... Sep 28, 2004
Daja's book, by Tamora Peirce, is a series of three books. The other two books to this series are Sandry's Book and Tris's Book. Daja's Book is made for intermediate readers due to magic phrases and terms, which are sometimes hard to understand. This is a story about Daja, her friends, and teachers going to a town to help out. With Daja and her two friends having problems with their magic and the forest fire nearby, they have a handful to deal with. That handful might be just too much for the three teens. Fires blare across the lands and inch closer to what three young teens learn to call home. Droughts cover the land, but yet a glacier, with running water underneath, still thrives close by. How can that be in the magic world? Daja, Tris and Briar, three young teens who are still awaiting their almighty purpose in life, are looking to help out. Their magic, yet separate, works as one. The novel walks the reader through their assignment of helping a village, that for the time being, they learn to call home. The want to go to their real home thrives hard, but the need to help still overpowers.