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  • An unexpected book that kept me wanting more

    Mina fears one thing, fire magic, which is punishable by death. When it's discovered she is a Fire Walker, her life is tuned upside down, and Mina must run for her life. With vengeance in her heart, for the murder of her father, she is accepted into House Arlbond, where she will hide as a boy learning to use a sword. This book had a lot of things I love, a girl who pretends to be a boy, a cute furry side-kick, and revenge. I've been finding myself bored with YA fantasy lately, because all the books seem to be along the same lines. I found Sand Dancer to be fairly original in it's story and fantasy aspect. It hooked me from the beginning, and continued to keep my interest. I had a love/hate relationship with Mina. I love a strong-willed female character, with spunk, and sass, but Mina lacked forethought on how her actions would effect those who cared for her. She was arrogant and over-confident with very little to show for herself. While there are negative outcomes for those closest to her, she continues to bull doze ahead with her schemes, because she is a warrior. Despite Mina's failings, there are some really great characters supporting her. The strength of the story, is ultimately, what kept me wanting more.

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