Order of Tamora Pierce Books
Tamora Pierce is an American novelist of YA fantasy novels. She is the author of the Tortall universe and Circle universe novels. Tamora’s unique name is due to the fact that the nurse misspelled her name on her birth certificate. Tamora began writing as a young child and became interested in fantasy due to The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Tamora attended the University of Pennsylvania, during which time she wrote her Song of the Lioness series. She gets much of her inspiration for her writing from Sir David Attenborough nature documentaries, fantasy novels and Arthurian legend.
Tamora Pierce made her debut as a published novelist in 1983 with the novel Alanna: The First Adventure. Below is a list of Tamora Pierce’s books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Song Of The Lioness Books
|Alanna: The First Adventure||(1983)|
|In the Hand of the Goddess||(1984)|
|The Woman Who Rides Like a Man||(1986)|
Publication Order of Immortals Books
Publication Order of Circle Of Magic Books
Publication Order of Protector Of The Small Books
Publication Order of Circle Opens Books
Publication Order of Daughter Of The Lioness Books
Publication Order of Circle Reforged Books
Publication Order of Beka Cooper Books
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Graphic Novels
Notes: The Woman Who Rides Like a Man was also released under the title of The Girl Who Rides Like a Man. Sandry’s Book was also published as The Magic in the Weaving. Tris’s Book is also known as The Power in the Storm. Daja’s Book was also released under the alternative title of The Fire in the Forging. Briar’s Book is also known as The Healing in the Vine. The anthology Young Warriors: Stories Of Strength was co-edited by Josepha Sherman.
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Tamora Pierce Synopsis: Tortall and Other Lands: A Collection of Tales by Tamora Pierce is a collection of 11 stories – 6 of which set in the Tortall universe. Plus, there are four stories – set in a remote desert, unknown towns and New York City. There is also a non-fantasy story set in Idaho.