Film, Video Sabaa Tahir: National Book Festival 2020
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- Sabaa Tahir: National Book Festival 2020
- Taking place years before Sabaa Tahir's bestselling series, "An Ember in the Ashes," "A Thief Among the Trees" (Archaia) is a standalone original graphic novel and a prequel to all that follows. The novel concerns three young military recruits: Elias, Helene and Tavi, during their brutal training as soldiers for the Martial Empire.
- September 25, 2020
- 15 minutes 19 seconds
- online text
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