Five years have passed. The city of Aramanth has become kinder - weaker. When the ruthless soldiers of the Mastery strike, the city is burned, and the Manth people are taken into slavery. Kestrel Hath is left behind, separated from her beloved brother, Bowman, and vowing revenge. Now Kestrel must find Bowman again, and Bowman must learn the secrets of the Singer people. Only then will they break the power of the Mastery.
Here is the second book in the magical Wind on Fire trilogy from best-selling author William Nicholson.
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If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar, A hoper, a pray-er, a magic-bean buyer. If you're a pretender come sit by my fire
Slaves of the Mastery is less of the middle book in a trilogy and more of the beginning of a new series. Story still follows the characters we met in The Wind Singer, but new ones are added and the overall plot line is radically different. Different, but amazing. It's a trully excellent story told in a unique and compelling voice, and the narrator brings it to life. I highly recommend this book and this series!
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