History Literature / WindOnFire

12th Dec '15 3:09:36 PM TastySauce
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* TheMigration: in ''Firesong'' the Manth, their old home destroyed, travel across the continent to seek a prophesied homeland. * TookALevelInBadass: Just about all the main characters over the trilogy, some combat based and others gaining wisdom and maturity. Munpo and Sisi probably have the greatest. * RedemptionEqualsDeath: Rufy Blesh * [[VoiceOfTheLegion Eyes of the Legion]]: When Bowman destroys the Master he uses the power of The Morah, which is portrayed by hundreds of eyes being visible within his own.
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* TheMigration: in In ''Firesong'' a group of the Manth, their old home destroyed, travel across the continent to seek a prophesied homeland. * TookALevelInBadass: Just about all the main characters over the trilogy, some combat based and others gaining wisdom and maturity. Munpo Mumpo and Sisi probably have the greatest. * RedemptionEqualsDeath: Rufy Blesh [[spoiler:Rufy Blesh]] * [[VoiceOfTheLegion Eyes of the Legion]]: VoiceOfTheLegion: When Bowman destroys the Master he uses the power of The Morah, which is portrayed by hundreds of eyes being visible within his own.
12th Dec '15 2:55:44 PM TastySauce
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A modern(ish) fantasy series by William Nicholson, describing the lives of the Hath family and their quest to find the homeland. The trilogy of books are as follows:
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A modern(ish) fantasy series by William Nicholson, describing the lives of the Hath family and their quest to find the their people's prophesied homeland. The trilogy of books are as follows:
12th Dec '15 2:54:28 PM TastySauce
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''Slaves of the Mastery'' is set a short time later, where Aramanth is no longer ruled by exams. However, the raiders of an empire called the Mastery destroy it and takes all the citizens of Aramanth as slaves. Kestrel is split up, and meets the representatives of a different kingdom, who are heading to the Mastery to marry their princess daughter to their prince son. Eventually, the Mastery is overthrown and the citizens begin to search for their homeland. ''Firesong'' is about their journey to their homeland. And without giving away everything, we can say very little else.
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''Slaves of the Mastery'' is set a short time opens five years later, where Aramanth is no longer ruled by exams. However, the raiders of an empire called the Mastery destroy it the weakened city and takes take all the citizens of Aramanth as slaves. Kestrel is split up, left behind, and meets the representatives of a different kingdom, who are heading to the Mastery to marry offer their princess daughter in marriage. Bowman starts to their prince son. Eventually, the Mastery is overthrown awaken new powers, and the citizens begin to search for their homeland. twins each plot the downfall of the enemy empire. ''Firesong'' is about their follows the Manth people's journey to their homeland.homeland after the Mastery is overthrown. And without giving away everything, we can say very little else.
12th Dec '15 2:39:16 PM TastySauce
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The first book is set in the city of Aramanth, where hierarchy is decided solely on exam results for the age of 2 onwards. Kestrel and Bowman Hath, after being prosecuted by the head examiner, decide to find the key to the Wind Singer,a device in the centre of Aramanth which once made people happy. However, it was stolen and the city fell into depression.
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The first book is set in the walled city of Aramanth, where hierarchy is decided solely on exam results for from the age of 2 onwards. two. Twins Kestrel and Bowman Hath, after being prosecuted by the head examiner, decide to find the key to voice of the Wind Singer,a Singer, a mysterious ancient device in the centre of Aramanth which once made people happy. However, it was stolen by an evil force called the Morah, and the city fell into depression. its current state of harsh meritocracy.
12th Dec '15 2:24:11 PM TastySauce
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Modern(ish) fantasy series by William Nicholson, describing the lives of the Hath family and their quest to find the homeland. Consists of three books;
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Modern(ish) A modern(ish) fantasy series by William Nicholson, describing the lives of the Hath family and their quest to find the homeland. Consists The trilogy of three books; books are as follows:
4th Feb '15 11:42:30 AM XFllo
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Spoiled Sweet clean-up. insufficient context.
* SpoiledSweet: Despite the occasional threat of [[{{CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon}} ordering someone's eyes to be gouged out]], Sisi is generally a sweet-natured, loving girl.
7th Sep '14 5:11:37 AM LentilSandEater
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* CrapsackWorld: By the time of ''Firesong'' the world is falling apart, indeed a fair amount of it seems to be literally burning thanks to wars and bandits.
7th Sep '14 5:06:49 AM LentilSandEater
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* VoiceOfTheLegion Eyes of the Legion]]: When Bowman destroys the Master he uses the power of The Morah, which is portrayed by hundreds of eyes being visible within his own.
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* VoiceOfTheLegion [[VoiceOfTheLegion Eyes of the Legion]]: When Bowman destroys the Master he uses the power of The Morah, which is portrayed by hundreds of eyes being visible within his own.
7th Sep '14 5:06:34 AM LentilSandEater
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* VoiceOfTheLegion Eyes of the Legion]]: When Bowman destroys the Master he uses the power of The Morah, which is portrayed by hundreds of eyes being visible within his own.
27th Dec '13 9:59:50 AM FirebirdMaximus
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* BrokenAesop: Bowman, Kestrel, and their friend Mumpo spend the first book learning that if they work together, they can make things happen and nothing can hurt them. In the book's two parallel plots, the twin's father convinces downtrodden people that they need to stand up and peacefully insist on being given their rights, and their mother makes her views heard and gets the town to listen to her and consider her ideas. Then... the MacGuffin shows up and makes it all better. Or at least makes them happy for the remainder of the book.
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