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Fetcher's song / Lian Tanner
Bib ID 6935360
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Tanner, Lian, 1951- author
 
Description Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2016 
©2016 
331 pages : one map ; 21 cm 
ISBN 9781743319420 (paperback)
1743319428
Series

Tanner, Lian, 1951-. Hidden series ; [3].

Summary

The verses dried up in Gwin's mouth and she sat there, trembling. Papa put down his fiddle. Nat looked defiant though he was trembling too. One by one, three wild mountain men stepped off the rope ladder and into the cave. Gwin is a Fetcher. With her papa and twin brother, Nat, she travels West Norn, bringing joy to its downtrodden people through song and story. But ever since Mama died, it's been hard to keep the joy alive. Proud and defiant, Fetchers have always been hunted by the Devouts for preserving the old ways. So when devious Brother Poosk captures Papa, Gwin must rescue him - whatever the cost. Meanwhile, the Oyster's crew, and the Sunkers, lay siege to the Citadel. But without their Sleeping Captain, can they ever win against the ruthless might of the Devouts? And with all that's stacked against them, can Petrel, Fin, Sharkey and Rain bring light back to such a dark world? The thrilling conclusion to the Hidden Series.--Back cover.

Notes

Illustrations on end papers.

For 10-14 years old.

Subjects Secrecy -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Families -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Kidnapping -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Heroes -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Fantasy fiction -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Tanner, Lian, 1951-
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