At Number 17, between Malala Yousafzai’s I Am Malala and Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games, is Tammy’s first Tortall novel. She’s delighted to be included on this list, and proud to be in such great company as Ms. Yousafzai, Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, Jane Austen and Khaled Hosseini.
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Tammy’s in great company at No. 2 (The Immortals and Circle of Magic Quartets) narrating as the Full Cast Audio Family performs the characters’ dialogue (including Bruce Coville as Niklaren Goldeye and Tammy’s husband Tim as Dedicate Crane, among other roles!), with Neil Gaiman (Ocean at the End of the Lane) at No. 1 – and Jenny Lawson (Furiously Happy), the late Christopher Hitchens (Hitch-22), and Seamus Heaney’s translation of the Old English classic Beowulf also on the list.
Apparently Abigail Chandler of Bookbub‘s Blog thinks so! In her “Eight Books to Read Based on Your Favorite ‘Game of Thrones’ Character” post, she lists Song of the Lioness as the books fans of Lady Knight Brienne of Tarth should be reading….
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Bookriot chose Alanna: The First Adventure as their Number One choice of Must-Read SF and Fantasy Novels by Female Writers.
Time has an article, “Five Fantasy Epics That Would Have Made for Better TV Than Game of Thrones.” Tammy’s The Immortals Quartet is Number 3!
In the same vein as today’s other news post, io9’s Katharine Trendacosta published “Why Tamora Pierce Should Be Hollywood’s Favorite Author Right Now” (coincidence, we SWEAR!).
Check out The Mary Sue’s article, “Tamora Pierce On The Reason Her Brilliant Books Haven’t Been Brought To The Screen (Yet)” by Sam Maggs.
Tamora Pierce is #29 on AbeBooks’ list of The 75 Greatest Living Female Authors!
Over at Entertainment Weekly, Hillary Busis wrote an article about why the Song of the Lioness series should be adapted into a movie or TV series. Check it out here: Adapt This: Tamora Pierce’s Amazing ‘Alanna’ Series.