Slaves of the Mastery

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The final book in William Nicholson’s award-winning epic fantasy series, Wind on Fire.

`Gloriously cinematic and completely enthralling’ – Independent

In the time of cruelty, the Manth people march back to their homeland. Ira Hath is the only one who knows the way, but she is dying. Bowman eagerly awaits his calling to join the Singer people, but when Kestrel is taken by bandits, he must use his powers to find her. Together they fight, until their destinies tear them apart. And all the while they wait for the wind to rise. Only one will sing the firesong . . .

Fantasy books for children don’t get more spectacular than Firesong. Since first publication, William Nicholson’s Wind on Fire trilogy has been translated into over 25 languages and won prizes including the Blue Peter Book Award and Smarties Prize Gold Award.

One of the greatest writers of our time, William Nicholson’s has not only sold millions of children’s books worldwide, he also written for the screen and the stage, including the Oscar-winning film Gladiator and the BAFTA-winning play Shadowlands.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781405239714

Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd

Date published

March 7th, 2011

Other details

  • 336 pages

Condition

New

Reviews

  1. JBaines
    on 21 November 2021

    Brilliant story

    I have read all 3 books and as a series they are just brilliant, although to fully understand this book you need to read the other two first. You have to read the books in order otherwise you cant fully understand the lives of Kestral, Bowman and Mumpo.

    5out of 5

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  1. AngelofDeath
    on 8 March 2014

    I think the plot is nice, but there is too much detail in the story.

  2. bouncybunny
    on 9 March 2013

    I found this book a little boring for me I didn’t liked it sorry