The Empire of Gold: Book 3 (The Daevabad Trilogy)
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Creator, every time I think I’ve found the bottom in all of this, I get some new story of murder and vengeance.” Muntadhir takes cousin Tariq, the slaver, to see Ali for compensation. Ali rightfully refuses, and causes a scene.
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Then, there was Darayavashouh. I had to devote a section to him alone. He got the most development, I think. Dara is such a tragic character, his story such a devastating tale of enslavement, loneliness, and bloodshed. He could have been so much more than the dreaded Scourge if his world had allowed it. Filming began May 14, 2013 at a restaurant and traditional market in Incheon, South Korea. The first scene filmed involved Jang Tae-Joo ( Ko Soo) and his younger sister Jang Hee-Joo ( Yoon Seung-Ah) buying a t-shirt for their father and eating pork cutlet together. And does the fact that I've never recieved an ARC before (sob) stop me from promising to do anything and everything to get my hands on this book before April?
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As always, my favorite part of any book is the characters. Nahri and Ali were great. I admit, I never really loved Ali until this book. I thought him alright in book one. I liked him in book two. But boy, does Ali shine in this novel. He was just too precious for this world. Nahri too was as always an interesting character and I really enjoyed watching her journey after having her world come crashing down so many times. Muntadhir is angry with Ali. Ghassan sends him out of the room, then tells Ali he is to stay in the city for seven months until Navasatem is over. Manizheh is a monster, she made Ghassa look like a saint, to make things worse she thought she was doing the right thing, she was indeed lost. It's actually sad.
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A mob boss who is the antagonist to Jang Tae-joo's start-up business, and becomes a friend of Tae-joo later.What I love most about it is the character development. I was on cloud nine so many times because of these amazing characters. If I loved Alizayd before, I had no idea how much more this book would make me feel for this character! I am just so happy with his journey and the person he grew to be. His storyline was such a joy to read! And then there’s Nahri. I’ve always liked Nahri but I connected to her so much in this book! Her strength, her fears, her vulnerabilities, her triumphs and losses - and everything that got her to this point... you feel all of it with her. The older moms get a look too, and not just as wallpaper. Manizeh is not simply a monster, but a mother, and must contend with conflicting emotions when her child opposes her. Ali’s mother is more of a family first sort, eager to protect her progeny above all else. They are powerful, and very engaged in the world, complex, fleshed out characters. And all the characters meet along the way are just as interesting. I would have wanted more of Sobek and the other marid and ifrits if only because their histories are so fascinating.