I recently did a quick scan through Tamora Pierce's official facebook page (TAMORA PIERCE, FANTASY AUTHOR) to make sure we have all the information for the new books about Numair Salmalín. There are a few changes to past updates. Tempests and Slaughter, recently titled The Gift of Power, will be published on an unknown date in 2018. It will still feature Numair Salmalín while living in Carthak. The new title was released in a facebook post made on November 10th, 2016, and the new publication year was alluded to in a post made on September 30th, 2016. It is unknown if the series title will change completely as well, as in her Nov 10th post, she referred to the new book as Arram #1.
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The upcoming books about Numair Salmalín will come in a duology, like the Trickster Series. The Gift of Power, the first in the duology, will be published on a date yet to be announced. According to Tamora Pierce, it will cover Numair's years at the University of Carthak, his meeting Varice Kingsford and Ozorne Tasikhe.
After this work is handed off to her editors, Pierce will start a new Circle Universe book, set at the University of Lightsbridge with Tris as the POV character.
Further information can be found on her tumblr: http://tamorapierce.tumblr.com/
Update as of 2016:
They will be a trilogy, beginning with The Gift of Power, and followed by The Exile's Gift. The third and final book of the trilogy is as yet untitled. The publi…
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