Is Astra ready to accept her destiny? A gripping novel for 'Hunger Games fans of all ages' says Library Journal.
War is breaking out in Kadingir. Still struggling to accept her role as a long prophesied icon of unification between Is-Land and Non-Land, Astra Ordott is on a journey across the wind sands to join her father and his people - the mystics of Shiimti, who claim to hold the secret of truly healing the damaged relationship between human beings and the Earth.
Astra's desperate to get there quickly, but when her guide and companion, the shepherd Muzi, leads her off course into the path of a vicious sandstorm, she is forced to confront what the gods of their devastated world might be telling her: that there will be no refuge from her destiny.
A complex and daring literary story—Upcoming4.me on Astra
Foyle has built a fascinating portrait, often reminiscent of Ursula K. Le Guin in its layered complexity, and threaded it into a fascinating coming of age story. Gripping—Love Reading on Rook Song
Naomi Foyle has a mastery of plotting and a way with words that's truly remarkable—Over The Effing Rainbow
Rook Song is brave and unexpected . . . if you like your SF intelligent and stimulating do yourself a favour and pick up both Astra and Rook Song. You won't regret it—Upcoming4me
This is excellent Science Fiction and I heartily recommend it ... reminiscent of LeGuin—Birmingham SF Group on Astra
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