The Wind Singer - Prologue - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

William Nicholson
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Prologue - Chapter 8 Summary

Prologue - When the Manth people are still living in a primitive village around a salt mine that will one day make them wealthy, a band of strangers arrive and live alongside them. The strangers build a giant tower that catches the wind and rotates, and the tower then makes strange sounds. As soon as the tower is finished being constructed, the leader of the silent strangers places a small silver object into the structure, and then the strangers leave. When they do, the sounds of the tower make sense and sound beautiful, and the Manth people are happy.

Chapter 1 - Bowman Hath and his twin sister, Kestrel, awake at six in the morning. Bowman is feeling sad because his younger, two year-old sister, Pinpin, will be given her first test, which will in turn give her a rating...

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