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Part three of the Wind on Fire trilogy

Publisher: Farshore

Firesong is the third volume in Nicholson's epic Wind on Fire trilogy: The Manth people have escaped from the Mastery and must confront many dangers before finally reaching their homeland.

Bowman and Kestrel face an awesome responsibility for the future of their people: they must unravel the mysteries of the Singer people and prepare to face their worst fears.

William Nicholson has a real gift for characterisation and storytelling, but his imaginative and gripping fantasy also tackles serious issues concerning the misuse of power and the consequences of greed and cruelty.

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