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Mastiff The Legend of Beka Cooper gives Tamora Pierce s fans exactly what they want a smart and savvy heroine making a name for herself on the mean streets of Tortall s Lower City while offering plenty of appeal for new readers as wellBeka and her friends will face their greatest and most important challenge ever when the young heir to the kingdom vanishes They will be sent out of Corus on a trail that appears and disappears, following a twisting road throughout Tortall It will be her greatest Hunt if she can survive the very powerful people who do not want her to succeed in her goal



10 thoughts on “Mastiff

  1. Ashley Ashley says:

    You know, I finished this a couple days ago, and I m still upset about the twist that both completely blindsided me and threw me out of the story altogether The only reason I can really give this book as many stars as I did is Farmer, sad to say I have finally found a character to rival George Cooper in my affections The cheap shock value of the twist is g


  2. ~♥*Marianna*♥~ ~♥*Marianna*♥~ says:

    Is it just me or is there something wrong with Beka s head Right there On the cover.It looks like something you d see in a horror flick


  3. Gail Carriger Gail Carriger says:

    The final Beka book is probably my favorite Oddly it begins with Beka mourning the loss of her Dog lover And goes on to become a true classic quest There is Beka shall we call her the ranger , a mage, a paladin, and a rogue I didn t realize this until this most recent reread Pierce has fun with the tropes and delves onceinto the horrors of the common folk in medieva


  4. E.L. E.L. says:

    Update 2014 I was thinking about this book the other day, and realized that I neglected to mention something very important in this review I loved Beka, and I loved her friends, and I loved this world and the stories Pierce was weaving in it My disappointment wouldn t have been anywhere near so profound if this story had come from a lesser story teller Also, I think the


  5. Ashley Marie Ashley Marie says:

    I LOVE THIS TRILOGY.In the first book, we see Beka learning the ropes alongside Goodwin and Tunstall In book two, she goes on a Hunt with Goodwin, and by this book, she s partnered with Tunstall since Goodwin view spoiler was promoted hide spoiler So it s familiar territory And where, with Bloodhound, I d wrangled a hunch early on, this kept me guessing up until the reveal li


  6. Jake Rideout Jake Rideout says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here You know, theI think about this book, the less I like it I was bored for the first 400 pages, then it got good for about 100, then it got horrifically bad, then it ended, then there was a stupid epilogue.I don t usually post negative reviews, especially of authors who had a major role in shaping me as


  7. Lisa Wolf Lisa Wolf says:

    LOVED this trilogy The Beka Cooper books have a strong finish Mastiff is particularly well crafted, with an exciting plot, excellent character growth, and some truly heartbreaking developments I m sad to see the trilogy come to an end I wanttime with these characters My wrap up of the full trilogy is posted at Bookshelf Fantasies LOVED this trilogy The Beka Cooper books have a strong f


  8. Amy Amy says:

    UPDATE 2 16 11 HALLELUJAH a release date has been set OCTOBER 25 2011, I await you eagerly UPDATE 1 1 11 But wait what s this According to Tamora Pierce s website MASTIFF will be published in 2011 after all Novemberhopefully DUPDATE 10 19 10 OH NO just read an Oct 2010 interview with Tamora Pierce and she says the release date has been pushed back to Spring 2012 Why oh why If 2012, then whe


  9. James Beech James Beech says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I did enjoy this book, though it was somewhat disappointing Beka makes a good protagonist, though not quite as good as Kel, but my favorite character in this series is still Pounce The almost total absence of characters like Erskan, Goodwin, and Beka s rogue friends lessens the books ability to provide a satisfying c


  10. Telyn Telyn says:

    Mastiff is a somewhat disappointing conclusion to Tamora Pierce s Beka Cooper series I liked this entry better than the previous book in the trilogy, but neither approached the quality of the first book There are many interesting and entertaining elements here I enjoyed seeing how magic can be used for detective work and forensic investigation and was charmed by the new member of Beka s hunt team, bu


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