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Tess of the Road Award Winning Rachel Hartman S Newest YA Is A Tour De Force And An Exquisite Fantasy For The Metoo Movement Tess Of The Road Is Astonishing And Perfect It S The Most Compassionate Book I Ve Read Since George Eliot S Middlemarch NPRIn The Medieval Kingdom Of Goredd, Women Are Expected To Be Ladies, Men Are Their Protectors, And Dragons Can Be Whomever They Choose Tess Is None Of These Things Tess Is Different She Speaks Out Of Turn, Has Wild Ideas, And Can T Seem To Keep Out Of Trouble Then Tess Goes Too Far What She S Done Is So Disgraceful, She Can T Even Allow Herself To Think Of It Unfortunately, The Past Cannot Be Ignored So Tess S Family Decide The Only Path For Her Is A Nunnery But On The Day She Is To Join The Nuns, Tess Chooses A Different Path For Herself She Cuts Her Hair, Pulls On Her Boots, And Sets Out On A Journey She S Not Running Away, She S Running Towards Something What That Something Is, She Doesn T Know Tess Just Knows That The Open Road Is A Map To Somewhere Else A Life Where She Might BelongReturning To The Spellbinding World Of The Southlands She Created In The Award Winning, New York Times Bestselling Novel Seraphina, Rachel Hartman Explores Self Reliance And Redemption In This Wholly Original FantasyMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NPR BOSTON GLOBE The Chicago Public LibraryKIRKUS REVIEWSFour Starred Reviews The World Building Is Gorgeous, The Creatures Are Vivid And Hartman Is A Masterful Storyteller Pick Up This Novel, And Savor Every Page Paste Magazine

3 thoughts on “Tess of the Road

  1. says:

    This is a hard book to review, and I almost DNF d than once as the beginning is slow and painful This is a darker view of the world than that in Seraphina and Shadow Scale The journey through this dark fantasy is worth the discomfort, though.The beginning feels like a selfish rant skewering religion as the cause of every evil, writhing with pontificating self righteous saints

  2. says:

    I loved this book Beautifully written, perfect tone occasional humor, tho it s not a comedy It s a lovely, thoughtful, imaginative exploration of faith and how it can be contorted to harm people who are still figuring out who they are and who they want to be Tess, in fact tries on several personas thru the text And, how people can recover their faith, make it their own, and heal

  3. says:

    Tess Dombegh is the younger half sister of Seraphina, the champion of the two prior books set in this beautifully rendered world of saints and dragons, and it is Tess s story we pick up in this next chapter From the previous books, we know Seraphina s younger siblings mostly as bratty inconveniences for Seraphina to bear, but in this book, Tess is given her chance to stand center

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