Book #3 in the Glasswright series. In Glasswrights' Progress I felt that we see how caught up in the tide Rani's life can be. She is human and prone to mistakes. In the Glasswrights' Journeyman I felt that now Hal and his doubts about himself and his choices as king are brought to light. But both of them have the interests of Morenia at heart, and have to make sacrifices for the greater good. Both now have a huge influence on the future of their country. A fire has decimated much of the city of Moren, and Hal and Rani must find a way to pay for rebuilding it, for treating the sick, and for paying back debts as well. They journey to Liantine to negotiate for help, but they are both aware that they don't have much to negotiate with. Meanwhile much of the Little Army, all children, is still in Liantine and Crestman would like them returned home, which is another thing that Rani and Hal must consider in their negotiations, and let's not forget the ever present Fellowship.