Firesong (Wind on Fire)

The story picks up with the flight of the Hath family, and their crew of other willing Manth families and friends, away from the ruined Mastery. After the defeat of the Master, alone and displaced, they seek a new homeland but have no real destination and very little food. Ira Hath leads the way, prophesising their eventual success but also her own, sad demise. Bowman and Kestrel Hath, brother and sister, carry burdens of their own. Bowman, in particular, is anxious. He awaits a summons from the Sirene, and must make a great sacrifice for his people. The journey is long, and his preparation is tough–especially in the unforgiving hands of an unexpected teacher.

This is the final volume of The Wind on Fire Trilogy.

Other books in the Wind on Fire series:imageimage

3 Responses to “Firesong”

  1. Craig Parnell Says:

    Hi William,

    A very quick question… I read your Wind on Fire Trilogy quite a while back and enjoyed it that mush that I got the Audiobooks for the car. the second book Slaves of the Mastery however seems a lot shorter as a story than I remembered however the box lists it as 3 CDs Unabridged (3hrs 18) – Am I going slightly mad or is the recording different to the book?

    Thanks, Craig.

  2. Bill Says:

    Slaves of the Mastery is no shorter than the others. I think you must have bought an abridged version, even if it claims otherwise. I’m as puzzled as you.

  3. May Says:

    Hi William, I stumbled across your Windsinger by accident & was immersed in other worlds for a day or so,what fun. I’ll look out for the others now, while I await the Film! Yes I can understand why someone would love to be a charecter in a movie like this,I would to. My first movie thought was of a Miyazaki anime,wow that would be amazing,I think he would love this. Such a shame he’s retiring. Thanks for the inspiration,good luck
    an old child/young adult May

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