Sep 24, 15
Read in July, 2006 — I own a copy, read count: 1
In this book, I think I really started to see Kel's strengths with those smaller than herself. We also have seen and continue to see her ability to work with others. I don't think that the other characters in the story are weak, but I have to say that Kel is really a wonderfully written protagonist. I also love that Pierce decided to place this character in a time and setting of knights. A woman trying to make it in a man's world. It really gives strength to women in situations that are dominated by men, and by the same token men that are in a situation that is dominated by women.