If you love Tamora Pierce’s extraordinary world of Tortall, then A Spy’s Guide is exactly the kind of book you need to continue the adventure.
About “Tortall: A Spy’s Guide’
As Tortall’s spymaster, George Cooper has sensitive documents from all corners of the realm. When Alanna sends him a surprising letter, he cleans out his office and discovers letters from when King Jonathan and Queen Thayet first ascended the throne, notes on creating the Shadow Service of spies, threat-level profiles on favorite characters, Daine’s notes on immortals, as well as family papers, such as Aly’s first report as a young spy and Neal’s lessons with the Lioness.
This rich guide also includes the first official timeline of Tortallan events from when it became a sovereign nation to the year Aly gives birth to triplets. Part history, part spy training manual, and entirely fascinating, this beautiful guide makes a perfect gift and is ideal for anyone who loves Alanna, King Jonathan, Queen Thayet, Kel, Neal, Aly, Thom, Daine, Numair, and the unforgettable world of Tortall!
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About Tamora Pierce
Tamora Pierce is a bestselling author of young adult fantasy books that break past the traditions of the fantasy genre to feature teenage girls as knights, wizards, and above all: heroes. A #1 New York Times bestseller and the recipient of the 2013 Margaret A. Edwards award, Tamora has written over 30 books, including the upcoming Tortall: A Spy’s Guide and Tempests and Slaughter (Feb. 6, 2018).
A Spy’s Guide was written in conjunction with Julie Holderman, Timothy Liebe, and Megan Messinger.
‘Tortall: A Spy’s Guide’ goes on sale on Oct. 31, 2017
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