The Tenth Power (Chanters of Tremaris) by Kate Constable

By Kate Constable

Kate Constable's tremendous musical trilogy reaches its excessive word as Calwyn returns to Antaris and discovers the genuine Singer of All Songs.

At the start of THE SINGER OF ALL SONGS, Calwyn fled Antaris with Darrow to defeat the bold chanter Samis. within the 10th energy, she comes again to the mountains in hopes of rejuvenating her misplaced powers of chantment. yet Samis's magic left poor scars on Antaris, so Calwyn unearths purely clash instead of the peace she craved. in the meantime, Darrow suffers from a illness that has sapped his magic in addition to his strength--and Samis has back to proceed his quest for the Singer of All Songs. All of Tremaris looks demise. How can Calwyn keep the land, and eventually shop them all?

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Taris is the Mother of death and pain, as well as ice and cold. This is dark magic, child. But no High Priestess can leave this knowledge unlearned. ’ Marna closed her eyes, and for a moment Calwyn saw the bones of her skull just beneath her skin. ’ ‘Lady Mother, I can’t – I can’t learn these chantments,’ stammered Calwyn. ‘I understand, child. I felt the same, when my turn came. But without the dark, there can be no light. And dark defeats dark. ’ Marna looked directly at her, and said clearly, ‘I let the sorcerer live.

She believes that some must be sacrificed, for the sake of us all. ’ cried Calwyn. ’ Lia gave Calwyn a swift, burning look. ‘Marna is not our High Priestess any more. ’ Calwyn whispered. She groped behind her for the bench, to hold up her shaky legs; she felt sick and hollow. Suddenly she knew that Marna was the real reason she had come back to Antaris: not the sisters, or the bees, or the orchard, or the singing in the great hall. Somewhere inside her, a last candle-flame of hope snuffed out. ‘Oh, Cal,’ murmured Mica.

It was the most inhospitable corner of the Dwellings, and her favourite bolt-hole when she was a novice. Black smoke rolled from the kitchens; soon Tamen would call for help. ’ Calwyn cried, but before they’d stumbled twenty paces, a dumpy figure darted out in front of them. ‘Dear child! ’ Calwyn almost groaned aloud. The very last thing she needed now was to be detained by Ursca. But the infirmarian had seized her arm. ‘Come. ’ When it was necessary, Ursca could move as briskly as anyone, and she propelled Calwyn and Mica across the courtyard, through a narrow doorway into a dark corridor.

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