Freedom's Sisters

Freedom's Sisters

Book - 2006
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With a magical gift for bringing sorcery to vivid life, acclaimed author Naomi Kritzer continues the suspenseful tale of Lauria and Tamar, sisters-in-arms bonded by blood--and torn apart by their enemies. . . .

As a freeborn servant of the Greeks, Lauria once hunted escaped slaves. But as her loyalties shifted, she found herself freeing those she once captured--and loving those she once mistrusted--like Tamar, of the bandit Alashi tribe. Tamar is now Lauria's blood-sister. But the powerful Greek sorceresses, the Sisterhood of Weavers, do not take treason lightly...especially when the traitor has liberated the djinni who serve them.

Soon Lauria is imprisoned. Desperate, Tamar pleads her case to the Alashi, who send her to sow discord among the Sisterhood. As Tamar searches for Lauria both in reality and in the dreamlike realm known as the borderland, Lauria must trust the magic within to fulfill a wish both desired and feared: freedom for all. . . .
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c2006
ISBN: 9780553586756
Characteristics: 404 p. ; 18 cm


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Apr 14, 2018

This is the third book in a trilogy, and I have enjoyed all three books. Freedom's Sisters started a bit slowly, but it got more exciting when the main character, Lauria, entered and explored the djinni realm. After that, the book built to a thrilling crescendo. Additional story elements that I particularly enjoyed were: Lauria & Tamar's friendship and the idea of rebuilding/renewing society to make it better.


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