List Of Minor Circle Of Magic Characters
This is a list of minor characters who appear in the Circle of Magic quartet by Tamora Pierce: Sandry's Book, Tris's Book, Daja's Book and Briar's Book. Other characters in the Emelan universe do not appear in these books, but appear in The Circle Opens quartet or in The Will of the Empress.
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