Reviews for Lioness Rampant

Horn Book Guide Reviews 2003 Fall
The third and fourth books in the popular series continue and conclude the adventures of the warrior maiden Alanna. Like the previous reissues of the first two books in the series, these editions are repackaged as handy rack-size hardcovers. [Review covers these Song of the Lioness titles: [cf2]Lioness Rampant[cf1] and [cf2]The Woman Who Rides like a Man[cf1].]",,"Older Fiction",,,,,,,,,,,24195,,,, Copyright 2003 Horn Book Guide Reviews

School Library Journal Reviews 1988 December
Gr 6-9 In Book Four of ``The Song of the Lioness'' sequence, the stage is set for a series of final confrontations for Alanna, the woman who rides like a man, involving love, adventure, and power. A new romance enters her life in the person of Liam Ironarm, a Shang Dragon warrior. With others Alanna and Liam travel to the Roof of the World on a quest for the Dominion Jewel. They return home in time to play their parts in a struggle between good and evil, represented by Jonathan, now king, and Alanna's enemy, Duke Roger. If the finale seems a long time coming for some readers, the climactic conflict is worth waiting for. It's handled skillfully, with all the of tension, drama, and physical action that a good fight should generate. The ending is an appropriate mixture of sorrow and joy and hope for the future. Lioness Rampant will be confusing for readers who do not know the earlier books, but Alanna's fans will be pleased to see their heroine triumphant in all the ways that matter. Amy Kellman, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Copyright 1988 Cahners Business Information.