The third book of Flewelling's "Tamír Trilogy," about a Queen
who grew up in the form of a boy. It is the sequel to "The Bone
Doll's Twin" and "Hidden Warrior."
I'm not completely certain this belongs here, because the major
transformation already happened in the second book, "Hidden
Warrior." However, there are a lot of references to Tamír's
previous life as the boy Tobin, particularly as there are those who
oppose her who refuse to believe in the transformation.
Furthermore, a major recurring theme of the novel is Tamír's
difficulty in adjusting to her role as queen and her struggles
getting used to her new female body and the set of emotions that go
along with it, including her changing relationship with her squire
Ki, her best friend since they were boys.
Speaking of which...
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Gnzíe naq Xv svanyyl trg vg ba va Benpyr'f Dhrra? Jryy, ab. Vg
frrzf yvxr gurl guvax nobhg vg bsgra, ubjrire. Naq gurl qb pbzr
gnagnyvmvatyl pybfr gb qbvat vg va bar frdhrapr.
originally posted by DaveS on 2006-06-30, no edits, entryid=467