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Kate Constable's magnificent musical trilogy reaches its high note as Calwyn returns to Antaris and discovers the true Singer of All Songs.

At the beginning of THE SINGER OF ALL SONGS, Calwyn fled Antaris with Darrow to defeat the ambitious chanter Samis. In THE TENTH POWER, she comes back to the mountains in hopes of rejuvenating her lost powers of chantment. But Samis's magic left terrible scars on Antaris, so Calwyn finds only conflict rather than the peace she craved. ...

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Overview


Kate Constable's magnificent musical trilogy reaches its high note as Calwyn returns to Antaris and discovers the true Singer of All Songs.

At the beginning of THE SINGER OF ALL SONGS, Calwyn fled Antaris with Darrow to defeat the ambitious chanter Samis. In THE TENTH POWER, she comes back to the mountains in hopes of rejuvenating her lost powers of chantment. But Samis's magic left terrible scars on Antaris, so Calwyn finds only conflict rather than the peace she craved. Meanwhile, Darrow suffers from a sickness that has sapped his magic as well as his strength--and Samis has returned to continue his quest for the Singer of All Songs. All of Tremaris seems to be dying. How can Calwyn save the land, and finally save them all?

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THE TENTH POWER
Book Three in the Chanters of Tremaris Trilogy
Author: Constable, Kate
Having lost her gift of chantment, 18-year-old Calwyn returns home to Antaris to find a darkness over the land. The dying High Priestess passes on to her the secret lore of the dark magic and sends Calwyn on a mission to find the Wheel of the Tenth Power and use it to mend the sickness in the fabric of the universe. Calwyn would love to come home and hide in the world she grew up in, but it is no longer safe, and she cannot sit by and watch the world she loves die in an endless winter. At its heart, this is a story of taking responsibility, of finding strength even when you think you've lost it all. This satisfying conclusion to The Chanters of Tremaris trilogy will enthrall readers with its well-defined world, characters to cheer on, vivid prose and lessons to ponder. The two-page map helps bring the imaginary land alive, and readers will welcome this final journey with Calwyn and her companions. (Fiction. 12+)

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Gr 6 Up–In the final installment of this trilogy, Calwyn, who once had several of the nine singing magic powers (called chantments), has lost all of her extraordinary gifts. Bitterly, she returns to Antaris with hopes of recuperation, but instead finds that a number of the chanters have been affected with a deadly “snow-sickness.” Entrusted by the dying high priestess with knowledge of a wheel that contains the tenth power to heal the world, Calwyn sets out with her companions to track down Samis, a wicked sorcerer whom she had believed was dead, and wrest from him the missing half of the wheel. On her perilous journey, she discovers a long-lost relative, delves deeper into the conflicted relationship with her chanter friend Darrow, and discovers new gifts that lead her reluctantly toward her destiny as the Singer of All Songs. As in the other two books, the detailed descriptions of the settings and the natures of the various chantments are what give the story the richness of elaborate tapestries. There are many characters to keep track of, and while Calwyn's friendship with the healer Halasaa has become more fleshed out, her romance with Darrow doesn't have the intense chemistry demanded of the narrative, and her later relationship with Samis strains credulity. However, there is much to enjoy and ponder in a trilogy that strives to ask hard, thoughtful questions, even if it can't always answer them.–Farida S. Dowler, Mercer Island Library, WA

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Constable, Kate. The Tenth Power. Mar. 2006. 306p. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, $16.99 (0-439-55482-9).
Gr. 7–10. At the opening of the final installment of Constable's well-regarded Singer of All Songs trilogy, 18-year-old Calwyn returns to the ice priestesses' enclave to mourn her nine lost powers of chantment (magic worked through song). There, hints about a mysterious Tenth Power send Cal on a final quest to cure the “sickness at the fabric of the world,” responsible for a deadly disease infecting her soul mate; for the eternal winter that has gripped Tremaris; and, it seems, for Cal's sense of dislocation from all she loves. True to classic heroic themes, Cal must face humanity's darker afflictions–temptation, nihilism, devastating grief–before successfully channeling her newly recouped powers into an intense ritual of reconciliation and healing. A few elements feel artificial, such as the curiously sf-oriented back story for Tremaris and the Age-of-Aquarius tones of its magical resurrection, but others, like the workings of the Tenth Power, have the ring of essential truth. Questions about Calwyn's family history are answered here for series fans, who will be eager to see book one's vulnerable, callow adolescent arrive at both fuller self-knowledge and her long-awaited destiny. –Jennifer Mattson

Children's Literature - Claudia Mills
The concluding title of the "Chanters of Tremaris Trilogy" opens with a haunting portrait of an eerily frozen world: the singers are silenced; dying sisters of Antaris are immured within a wall of ice; springtime with its rejuvenating warmth and sunshine may never come to Tremaris again. And our heroine, Calwyn, has lost the prodigious magical powers that defined her very selfhood and that could have enabled her to combat this heartrending, snow sickness that threatens her land and people. Constable's masterful storytelling voice leads readers through a series of suspenseful adventures, as Calwyn and her confederates struggle to understand and execute the cryptic mission confided to Calwyn by high priestess Marna on her deathbed: to find and mend the broken "Wheel" through the hitherto undiscovered Tenth Power of chantment. Unsuspected identities are revealed, few characters turn out to be what they initially seem, and the line between good and evil itself becomes blurred, until the novel builds to a powerful message about environmentalism, community, and the wonders of the written word. Readers new to the trilogy will be at some disadvantage entering Calwyn's world so late in the story, but will likely be motivated to seek out the earlier novels so as not to miss any part of her compelling journey to save her world—and herself.
Jeanne M. McGlinn
This novel completes the Chanters of Tremaris trilogy which includes The Singers of All Songs and The Waterless Sea. Eighteen-year-old Calwyn, suffering the loss of her magical powers of chanting, returns to her home in Antaris. She had fought the dangerous sorcerer Samis, lost her powers trying to heal a "dry and troubled land," and in her misery pushed away Darrow, the man she loves. She hopes to find refuge among the priestesses. Instead, she finds her home in the grip of endless winter, the chanters suffering from a plague of snow-sickness. There the dying High Priestness teaches her the secrets of the Goddess and sends her on a quest to find the Wheel, an object of Power, which can heal the world. Calwyn regains her magical powers when she is willing to sacrifice herself for another, even an enemy. Calwyn shows the people how they can break down barriers and live in harmony. Constable creates a vision of a Utopia where differences are overcome and warfare is broken. This magic can only be created when all the people join in a great dance of healing.
VOYA
In the final volume of the Chanters of Tremaris trilogy, Calwyn returns to Antaris, hoping for rest and respite after losing her powers of chantment. Instead of a haven, however, she finds a community ravaged by illness and fear. The former High Priestess, Marna, clings to life, hidden from Tamen who now rules the community with an iron fist. Marna survives long enough to pass on hidden knowledge to Calwyn and tells her that she has to find the missing fragment of an artifact known as the Wheel, currently in Samis's possession. Calwyn's quest takes her back to the Lost City of Spareth and a final confrontation with Samis. A series of revelations along the way build up to the transformational conclusion, but not without pain, heartache, and confusion. It is a credit to Constable's skill at characterization; her characters are complex three-dimensional people, capable of change and redemption and susceptible to despair and failure. She promises no one, not even Calwyn, a tidy, happy ending; rather, the characters are left with the task of rebuilding their world. The narrative is as strong and smooth as in the previous books. Constable reveals the origins of some of the people on Tremaris as well as some surprising information for Calwyn. In the final few pages, Calwyn speculates on Samis's fate, leaving the reader to wonder whether Constable has more tales of Tremaris up her sleeve. Regardless of her subject matter, though, Constable has established a solid reputation as a fantasy writer. VOYA CODES: 4Q 4P S (Better than most, marred only by occasional lapses; Broad general YA appeal; Senior High, defined as grades 10 to 12). 2005, Scholastic, 320p., Ages 15 to 18.
—Donna Scanlon
School Library Journal
Gr 6 Up-In the final installment of this trilogy, Calwyn, who once had several of the nine singing magic powers (called chantments), has lost all of her extraordinary gifts. Bitterly, she returns to Antaris with hopes of recuperation, but instead finds that a number of the chanters have been affected with a deadly "snow-sickness." Entrusted by the dying high priestess with knowledge of a wheel that contains the tenth power to heal the world, Calwyn sets out with her companions to track down Samis, a wicked sorcerer whom she had believed was dead, and wrest from him the missing half of the wheel. On her perilous journey, she discovers a long-lost relative, delves deeper into the conflicted relationship with her chanter friend Darrow, and discovers new gifts that lead her reluctantly toward her destiny as the Singer of All Songs. As in the other two books, the detailed descriptions of the settings and the natures of the various chantments are what give the story the richness of elaborate tapestries. There are many characters to keep track of, and while Calwyn's friendship with the healer Halasaa has become more fleshed out, her romance with Darrow doesn't have the intense chemistry demanded of the narrative, and her later relationship with Samis strains credulity. However, there is much to enjoy and ponder in a trilogy that strives to ask hard, thoughtful questions, even if it can't always answer them.-Farida S. Dowler, Mercer Island Library, WA Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
Having lost her gift of chantment, 18-year-old Calwyn returns home to Antaris to find a darkness over the land. The dying High Priestess passes on to her the secret lore of the dark magic and sends Calwyn on a mission to find the Wheel of the Tenth Power and use it to mend the sickness in the fabric of the universe. Calwyn would love to come home and hide in the world she grew up in, but it is no longer safe, and she cannot sit by and watch the world she loves die in an endless winter. At its heart, this is a story of taking responsibility, of finding strength even when you think you've lost it all. This satisfying conclusion to The Chanters of Tremaris trilogy will enthrall readers with its well-defined world, characters to cheer on, vivid prose and lessons to ponder. The two-page map helps bring the imaginary land alive, and readers will welcome this final journey with Calwyn and her companions. (Fiction. 12+)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780439554824
  • Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/13/2006
  • Series: The Chanters of Tremaris , #3
  • Pages: 320
  • Age range: 10 years
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Kate Constable spent much of her childhood in Papua New Guinea, without a television but within reach of a library, where she "inhaled" stories. She studied arts/law at Melbourne University before beginning her life as a writer. The Singer of All Songs was her first published novel. Constable lives in Thornbury, Australia, with her husband and child.
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  • Posted December 15, 2008

    I love this book!

    This book is awsome if you want adventure, mystery, fantacy, humor, and even romance. I found this book to be totally awsome. I think the book goes a little downhill though, when Calwyn kisses Samis. Ya, like that kind of hurts the story, but in the end its better than ever. Why did the series have to end??? Anyways, You should really get this book, becauce it totally rocks!

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  • Posted March 25, 2012

    Great read!

    I began to read this series for the first time about 6 years ago and I loved it then. At the time, the third book had not yet been published and I anxiously awaited it. Now that I've bought them all and read them again, I am just as pleased with them as when I first read them. I would highly recommend this trilogy to any lover of fantasy. Honestly, this trilogy is one of my favorites. Kate Constable does not disappoint.

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  • Posted February 5, 2010

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    A wonderful fantasy book

    This is a really good book especially if you enjoy fantasy. It's not all just fantasy but the book does have a lot of magic in it so I would not recomend it to people who do not like quite a bit of fantasy. This book is the 3rd book of a series. There is friendship, betrayal, magic, love, and more in this book. Here Calwyn learns who she really is.

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  • Posted January 26, 2009

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    Just a Bit Disappointing...

    I really loved this series, but The Tenth Power disappointed me a bit compared to the others. I really wished that Kate Constable would have left out the love story between Calwyn and Samis. I thought it was a bit too far fetched if she was devoted to Darrow, it just made her look silly and fickle. Other than that I enjoyed the book and only wish that there would be another book in the series! The Tenth Power is a very unique and different book, which is very refreshing. I really love the character development and the attachment you grow to each of them. I must say Halaasa has become my favorite character! I recommend this book to anyone in need of a wonderful book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2008

    wow

    i had never read anything from this series before, but i understood what was going on in this book. i thought it was outstanding. u could practically feel the characters emotions and struggles off the page! a fantastic read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2007

    A Super Fantastic Read!

    I loved this book! It was great, it ties up everything from the first two books! I definitely recommend this book! But make sure you read the first two before this one!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2007

    Amazing!!!!

    The last book in the 'Chanters Of Tremaris' is probably the best. Calwyn has to find a way to get her power of chanting back, save Darrow, and all of Tremaris. But Calwyn is in for a surprise when she returns to her homeland. Surprising twists will keep you up all night reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2007

    Greatest Book.

    I walked into a Barnes and Noble one day searching for something to take the place of boredem. Then, out of the corner of my eye, I saw The Tenth Power. I literally ran to it, for I'd givin up hope on ever getting it, since it took so long. It took me right back to the old days when I lilved with my dad, and used to exchange emails with Kate Constable. In her emails, she gave hints on how good the book was, and she was right. I do thank her so much. This is one of my favorite series. Definitly a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2007

    A Good Ending!!!

    YAY!! This really was the perfect end to this trilogy! I couldn't have imagined it any other way. But I must say, I was shocked by some of the things that happened. I gasped when I found some of these things out! Anyway, this book was really good, much better than the other two. It was much more exciting and adventurous. But the ending was a little confusing. I think I missed and important part (a death...) and then when I figured it out, I got confused. But besides that, the book was fantastic. I will recommend this series to anyone who wants a good read!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2007

    A bilophile

    I LOVE THIS BOOK, out of all of the trilogy. I hope Constable continues this trilogy. Lots of twists and turns, love, action and suspense. MUST READ

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2007

    Oh My God!

    I waited forever for this book. I practically jumped out of my skin when I got it...Kate- you are BRILIANT!! If you are reading this,PLEASE WRITE ANOTHER TRIOLOGY(or hundred book series)!! All three of your books were wonderful.Anyway, if you are thinking of buying this book, think no more-BUY IT...IT'S A GOOD WAY TO LOOSE A WEEKEND OR SLEEP.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2006

    abso-freaking-lutely amazing

    This book and the two that preceded it are now my favorites. I picked up 'The Singer of all Songs' in the library one day, not expecting anything special, and was subsequently amazed by it and the two other books in the series. Constable is truly a master of fantasy I hope to read more of her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2006

    lover of romance and magic

    it was by far the best of the series. loaded with action, supense, romance, and adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2006

    NEATO!!

    wonderful. absoulutely wonderful. you have GOT to read the book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2006

    A Fantastic Conclusion

    Kate Constable is an outstanding author that takes the reader on an amazing journey of finding ones true self. Though her developed characters and their complex, deep relationships (in which a reader can relate to) she tells an irresistible story. Constable not only shows the good in these characters she creates, she also shows the dark which makes them even more believable and human. The book and trilogy is truly unforgettable!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2006

    Awesome

    This book is amazing! If you think that the rest of this series was good, then you will definitly enjoy this one! What are you waiting for? Buy it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2006

    Outstanding...An amazzing end to the trilogy

    This was an amazing end to an amazing trilogy. I was incredibly surprised with the spin that it took and very glad that it happened. I love the way that Constable makes all her characters come alive. She even makes the villans amazingly real. Constable drew my attention with the first book and held it unitl the end with this one. I am very pleased with the ending of the series. I feel that it all worked out very well. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2006

    Beautiful Trilogy

    I really loved this book it has such strong characters and astonishing scene descriptions i just couldn t put this book down. I have read the first two books and could not wait till this third and last book came out. And when it did i read it in three days and i was spellbounded by it. I actually clapped after i was done reading it thats how great this book is. I recomend this book to everyone who likes a great captivating book with a little thrill in it. But of course you have to read the first two books.(lol)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2006

    Liz A obessesive high school Reader ..

    I've waited for ever !! Now I can Finally read it !! Yes !! The puzzels wil end and the Mysteries end too.!! I'm buying it now !!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2006

    Best book EVER!!!!

    OMG! I've been waiting for SOOO long for this book. Now I can finally know what happens to Darrow and Calwyn and if she's going to get her powers back!

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