Arrows of the Queen Themes

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Coming of Age

The novel, Arrows of the Queen, tells of a young woman hampered by a restricted culture as she is a child and becoming a powerful and Gifted Herald of the Kingdom in three short years.

Beginning at age thirteen, Talia is taken from a world where women are allowed menial chores only, men dominate the culture, and very little is expected of her, to a society where women can be the equal of men, she has much to learn, and she is being trained for one of the most important positions in the Kingdom.

Any young woman would be daunted by this task and these changes, and Talia finds herself feeling inadequate and unworthy throughout most of the novel. She learns to adapt to the culture because it most reflects her own feelings, but still struggles with her place in that society.

Talia faces adversity from...

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