Sadar's Keep

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Firebird, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 341 pages
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Two hundred years ago, the Fire Queen destroyed her rival queens of Earth, Air, and Water in the fateful Burning and took power over Oran. No child with a trace of the elemental magic was alloved to live. Years later, the country still trembles under her oppression. But now there are rumors of hope. Four young women escaped - four who have the powers of Earth, Fire, Water, and Air - and are even now finding each other. At the same time, a ragtag army of artists and singers, orphans and vagrants, thieves and knifewielders is stealing into the city. Their sign is the bloodred, blade-thin New Moon...

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Review: Sadar's Keep (The Oran Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

So much better than Book One! Now that I understand the world of Oran, I can get into what is taking place! Read full review

Review: Sadar's Keep (The Oran Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Leslie - Goodreads

Sadar's Keep is the second book in the Oran Trilogy. I read the trilogy out of order, and knowing what happens in the final book made this book less interesting than it might have been otherwise. The ... Read full review

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