Slaves of the Mastery

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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Five years have passed since the wind singer broke the evil spell that held Aramanth captive. Since then, the city of Aramanth has become a kinder place… but it has also become weaker, a perfect target for the ruthless soldiers of the Mastery. When the Mastery attacks, the battle is swift and brutal. Aramanth is burned and the Manth people are taken into slavery. In the turmoil, Kestrel finds herself alone, bitterly vowing to wreak her revenge. But first she must find her beloved brother Bowman, and start to understand the secrets of the mysterious Singer people. Only then can the pair begin to strike out against the Mastery and its bewitching culture of beauty and terror, fabulous art and music, and barbaric cruelty and gladatorial battle… The second breathlessly imaginative fantasy in the Wind on Fire trilogy.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781405239714

Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd

Date published

April 7th, 2008

Other details
  • 336 pages
Condition

New

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What kids think

  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