Winter Of Fire
A dismal world where the sun has disappeared is the backdrop for Sherryl Jordan’s hard-hitting and powerful novel Winter Of Fire. Back in print 25 years after its initial publication, Winter Of Fire blends a strong, rebellious protagonist with the difficult themes of slavery, sexism and pollution, to create a powerhouse of a novel with ideas that still stand strong today.
Winter Of Fire is the story of 16-year-old Elsha, part of a people known as the Quelled – the slaves branded by those called Chosen, and responsible for providing their lightless world with firestones, the only source of warmth. Read more