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SUMMARY í The Warrior's Path When Women Were Warriors Book 1 ´ When she was a child the author of When Women Were Warriors happily identified with all the male heroes she read about in stories that began Once upon a time a young man went out to seek his fortune But she would have been delighted to discover even one storyE protagonist Since she never did find the story she was looking for all those years ago she decided to write itIn Book I of the trilogy Tamras arrives in Merin's house to begin her apprenticeship as a warrior but her small stature causes many including Tamras herself to doubt that. I've never heard of Catherine M Wilson nor When Women Were Warriors so here's the book chain to me reading this book Lex Kent Kate Christie Tere Kate Christie Jenna Kate Christie Catherine M Wilson Lex Kent F Carrie Farah You perhapsThank you so much Somia for sharing the ultimate good news that this book is currently free on I Love This So Very Much A 16 year old lead Tamras daughter of Tamnet Do not let her size and age fool you she is one of the wisest kindest and most wonderful fictional character I have ever read I'm in awe of her she keeps taking a piece of my heart and I've got nothing to offer to the next leads in my next read as I've met my uota for this month Maara the Warrior the unwelcomed and misunderstood by everyone in the clan except by the phenomenal young lady up there and me myself and I is also a character that you can't help but to fall madly for It's obvious that she's carrying a lot of pain from her past and Tamras is perfect for herStrong Intelligent Sensible Independent and not affected by the negative vibes given by the others towards her warrior Tamras is right there for Maara from the very beginning and they experienced everything incredibly profound togetherGet the book get to know Tamras and Maara experience their uniue and out of this world strangers confidants relationship be a part of their adventures feel their tears and fears and fall in love with them just like I did Lex said this book is in her top 1O list F had nothing but beautiful things to say about it and Carrie rated it pretty high Don't trust me fine But trust the Emperor Our Resident Curmudgeon and The Angst Admirer

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She will ever become a competent swordswoman To make matters worse the Lady Merin assigns her the position of companion little than a personal servant to a woman who came to Merin's house seemingly out of nowhere the previous winter and this stranger wants nothing to do with Tamra. I'm not entirely sure how this book landed up in my shopping cart and ultimately on my stack of to be read books but I am so incredibly glad that it did Catherine M Wilson is a true storyteller and I believe this story and the series will be considered a classic The story is told through the eyes of Tamras a young woman entering the house of the Lady of the land in order to follow in her mother's footsteps and become a warrior She is first presented with the task of being a companion to the one warrior no one trusts likes or understands The relationship of warrior and young apprentice that builds between these two women is filled with life lessons every person can learn from I found myself pondering each chapter and being amazed at how such a simple lesson can apply to my own life The way I described the story above probably sounds simple but it truly is not The way that Catherine M Wilson is able to create the characters the setting the challenges and the world is truly amazing She has a gift and is sharing that gift on the pages of her book No reader will be disappointed from reading this story that is for certain

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The Warrior's Path When Women Were Warriors Book 1When she was a child the author of When Women Were Warriors happily identified with all the male heroes she read about in stories that began Once upon a time a young man went out to seek his fortune But she would have been delighted to discover even one story like that with a femal. I read this book mostly in challenge of negative reviews I saw on Clearly those people are not from cultures with oral traditions because Wilson's prose is beautiful and captures those traditions wonderfully If you have problems with women exploring their sexuality together you are not mature enough for this trilogy That's not the point of the story The point is that women can be all sorts of warriors some with swords some with children and some with both Weapons are both tangible swords bows etc and intangible Maara says that the greatest weapon of all is truth in Book II It's about a girl who is small in stature but large of heart It's about a girl who challenges the world around her I feel like all women need to read it but don't stop there Challenge the men in your life to read a book about women We've had to read countless books with male heroes so why can't they read books about female heroes