Sinner

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Sinner
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  • 9780006486176
  • 9780007402977

The first book of the Wayfarerer Redemption, an enthralling continuation of The Axis trilogy, by the bestselling Australian author Sara Douglass

Forty years have passed, Axis and Azhure have taken their rightful places among the other Star Gods.

Their cherished first-born, Caelum Starson, now rules and all appears peaceful. But the Throne of the Stars brings frightful responsibilities, and sometimes Caelum listens to the wrong advice. Old resentments between Acharite and Icari threaten to overwhelm Caelum’s tentative control, and civil war looms on the horizon.

As there are tensions in the land and among the peoples of Tencendor, so are there tensions among the SunSoar family itself. Drago, denied his Icari heritage as punishment for a treacherous infancy is constantly reminded that while his brothers and sisters revel in power and youth, he ages under the restrictions of his human blood. Riverstar is now a vain and spiteful young woman, and Zenith, his youngest sister, is experiencing memories that are destroying her peace of mind.

But a far more menacing threat to the peace of Tencendor lingers beyond the Star Gate. The children that Wolfstar hurled to their deaths hundreds of years ago want their revenge, their whispering is becoming louder and they are not alone.

  • HarperCollins Publishers; March 2012
  • ISBN 9780007402977
  • Available for download in secure EPUB format
  • Title: Sinner
  • Author: Sara Douglass
  • Imprint: HarperVoyager
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 9780006486176
  • 9780007402977

In The Press

Praise for previous books in The Axis Trilogy:

‘BattleAxe is the best Australian fantasy novel I’ve experienced to date.’
Martin Livings, Eidolon

‘Enchanter is utterly enthralling and unputdownable.’
Karen Brooks, OzLit

About The Author

Sara Douglass was born in Penola, South Australia, and spent her early working life as a nurse. Rapidly growing tired of starched veils, mitred corners and irascible anaesthetists, she worked her way through three degrees at the University of Adelaide, culminating in a PhD in early modern English history. Sara Douglass currently teaches medieval history of La Trobe University, Bendigo and escapes academia through her writing.

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ISBNs
  • 9780006486176
  • 9780007402977