Bloodhound is book two in the Provost’s Dog trilogy. A sequel to Terrier, Bloodhound continues the tale of Rebakah Cooper. By now she has finished her . Bloodhound. Book Two in Beka Cooper: A Tortall Legend. Beka Cooper, the heroine of Terrier, is no longer a Puppy. She’s a Dog now—a full-fledged member. A #1 New York Times bestseller from the fantasy author who is legend herself: TAMORA PIERCE. In this second book in the Beka Cooper Trilogy, Beka uses.

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They must battle through swamps, ambushes, and controlling nobles. On the other hand, the text still sort of presents Beka as vloodhound odd one out and all third parties as being fully on the same page about what is in the body of knowledge that Beka has to acquire in order to pursue romantic relationships.

Book pieece in the Legend of Beka Cooper series. I loved her cursing, I really did. Please try again later. We get to see the same great action sequences and heart that Beka has. Learn more about Amazon Prime.

Bloodhound: Beka Cooper, Book 2

Beka is faced with a mixture of emotions as, unbeknownst to many, she was about to call the engagement off. Tamora Pierce Fantasy Tolkien and so I started to write the kind of books that I was reading. Other books in the series. There is, of course, more to this conspiracy than Pearl, because Pearl is too stupid to have come up with it on her own; just stupid enough to go along with it.

The king has need of the best. I liked that Beka got one book with both Tunstall and Goodwin, one with Goodwin, and one with Tunstall, and it really was a letdown that the Tunstall book ended like this.

I missed Pounce, but I guess even constellations need to go home every once in a while. In Beka’s time Tortall has slavery and in Alanna’s time Tortall does not. She meets a lot of characters who are actually intelligent and interesting, from Master Finer, the cranky genius silversmith, to Amber Orchid, a nightclub performer and a transwoman who lives by day as a dude named Okha in a relationship with a gay man apparently Port Caynn’s queer scene doesn’t have their terminology sorted out nearly as neatly as the modern world does and who also gathers information on Pearl Skinner and her court but simultaneously refuses to act as a birdie to her boyfriend, who is a Dog.

Luckily, Beka’s being unthinkingly groped by Dale is only part of what she spends her time in Port Caynn doing. Wow, okay, I think I talked myself down to a lower rating. Beka hops right back into her get-the-rats self. The Circle of Magic.

Mastiff (Beka Cooper, #3) by Tamora Pierce

After my parents divorced, my mother took my sisters and me back to Pennsylvania in Small girls are called ‘gixies’. View all 21 comments. This feels like a Kel thing, you know?

Which is a pity. I do love that men and women are treated equally in Tortall.

And a few bits of the existing plot might really work better from another character’s perspective — for instance Tamlra would have had a more interesting reaction to view spoiler [the revelation about Hanse I mentioned in the previous point.

Ferrets are the royal spies. Beka is definitely still my favorite Tortall heroine which is saying a lot, I love them all! I did like the small comments about the cult of the Gentle Mother.

Tassilo was one of the guards who protected the young prince. I loved the full-photo cover of Terrierbut the other two books have had really unfortunate graphic design. She’s impressively dogged in her work, but to the extent that people whisper her name as she goes past?

Beka Cooper is yet another well-written, captivating novel by Tamora Pierce.


Beka starts the book coming out of a abusive relationship that lasted I felt really disappointed by this conclusion to the Beka Cooper series. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

Which is why I was so surprised to read the last book in Beka Cooper’s series. The economic crisis in this book is caused by forgers — colemongers, in her inimitable idiom — rather than hotshot MBAs and back room financiers, but the general aura of panic and financial woe was dead on.