Sister Sable

Sister Sable

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THE FIRST TENET OF THE WIND: Do not get caught.

Sister Sable has lived by the first tenet for seven years, but when an unexpected accident reveals the runaway nun to the clergy, she is forced to embrace the remaining four.


THE SECOND TENET OF THE WIND: Win by any means.

With the King’s spymaster committed to killing her, and his general regretting he didn’t, Sable enters a deadly game.


THE THIRD TENET OF THE WIND: The purpose of picking up a blade is to cut the enemy.

Scaring them is discretionary.


THE FOURTH TENET OF THE WIND: Have no preferred weapon.

Even so, she likes the axe.


THE FIFTH TENET OF THE WIND: Know the way of all professions.


Prophet, pilot, assassin, spy, Sable will need to call upon all she has learned to protect the King’s future from the past.

Title:Sister Sable
Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:361 pages

    Sister Sable Reviews

  • Morgannah

    HORRIBLE book with FAKE reviews! Most of the 5 star reviews are from private profiles. Just disgusting!...

  • Nadia

    The book is a magnificent wide ranging tale of politics, war, strategy, tactics, hand-to-hand combat, religion, mind control, drugs, insanity, betrayals..... I could go on and on but in the end it was...

  • Lena

    Original, strong heroine, unexpected. awesome. Worth my very limited time. Loved it....

  • Elizabeth

    Wow! Great original storyline with dangers and twists. Sable is more than a nun in the Cloture. She's meant to marry the King of Erentude and fulfill a prophesy and a centuries old promise. More than ...

  • Susana789

    Yes, it is really dark book for adults without porn and part of story-line is about relationships. As somebody wrote: "beautiful dark tragedy" about hard decisions, politics, betrayal, about manipulat...

  • Athena

    Originally I wasn't going to give this book any stars because I DNF'd ... then I noticed all the "5-star" reviews written by reviewers whose profiles are set to Private, who've written/reviewed virtua...

  • J.E.

    Loved this book, although it can be difficult to follow the various plot points without tearing at your hair. :) Mountebank does explain them eventually, but in the meantime you wander, like Sister Sa...

  • Zandra

    RefreshingI loved the book. Best part was that I couldn't predict what was coming. It was nice not having to read about insecure relationships. There was angered yet understanding. Guilt and resolve. ...

  • Val

    Best new fantasyI gave this 5 stars for the story. Its an imaginative action packed tale. I wonder if some of the pace and emotion has been lost in the translation. Nevertheless a vastly enjoyable rea...

  • Amanda

    I loved this story. Was utterly distraught to not have a book 2 to immediately lose myself in....