Sisters of the fire

Wilkins, Kim Sisters of the fire. Sydney, Australia: Harlequin Mira, 2016.

Author Wilkins, Kim
Title Sisters of the fire
Place of Publication Sydney, Australia
Publisher Harlequin Mira
Publication year 2016
Sub-type Creative work
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Volume 2
Series Blood and gold
ISBN 9781489210524
9781489210685
Language eng
Total number of pages 437
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The battle-scarred warrior princess Bluebell, heir to her father's throne, is rumoured to be unkillable. So when she learns of a sword wrought specifically to slay her by the fearsome raven king, Hakon, she sets out on a journey to find it before it finds her. The sword is rumoured to be in the possession of one of her four younger sisters. But which one? Scattered as they are across the kingdoms, she sets out on a journey to find them. Her four sisters all have their own paths to tread, the gifted magician Ash is on a journey to find a dragon that could determine her destiny. The beautiful, unhappy Rose has left her undermagician Aunt and is speeding to the aid of her daughter, Rowan, who has been lost to her. Ivy, sold into marriage for the sake of an alliance, is now set to become the ruling Duchess of Seacaster with the imminent death of her much older and sick husband, and the power-hungry Willow is raising her infant child as a potential trimartyr king and training to be a warrior for the fanatical religious order Maava. From wild rocky coastline to granite-topped tors, from bustling harbours to echoing ghost towns, from halls of kings to ancient primal woodlands, this story follows five sisters upon whose actions kingdoms will rise and fall.
Keyword Fantasy fiction
Australian fiction
Magic
Sisters
Sisters -- Fiction
Magic -- Fiction
Australian
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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Collection: School of Communication and Arts Publications
 
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