One Thousand And One Nights, Volume 05
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One Thousand And One Nights, Volume 05

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Sultan Shahryar and Sehara escape from the palace On the road, they meet two other runaways - a girl named Aisha and her tutor Alex. Aisha and Alex are in love, but her parents object to their union. When Aisha's father sends some men to capture them, the Sultan has to decide whether to help them or turn them in...
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Shahryar takes Sehara out for a day of fun. But the mood darkens considerably when the incognito sultan learns what his formerly devoted subjects really think of him.

The writer makes a compelling point, the groundwork having been laid in previous installments in this series. In spite of his insistence on listening to his people, Shahryar appears to care very little about their feelings, well-being or rights. The sultan is merely 24 years old, still immature and better suited for fighting than s...more
this series really does get more and more gorgeous as it goes on.
Finally, I feel like the sultan's becoming human again.
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