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The Blue Eye: The Khorasan Archives, Book 3

(The Khorasan Archives #3)

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A band of powerful warrior women continues its resistance against an oppressive dark regime in this penultimate installment in the Khorasan Archives fantasy quartet—a series that lies “somewhere between N. K. Jemisin and George R. R. Martin” (Saladin Ahmed).

The Companions of Hira have used their cunning and their magic in the battle against the patriarchal Talisman, an o
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Paperback, 448 pages
Published October 22nd 2019 by Harper Voyager
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William Bentrim
The third book in a possible four book series, The Blue Eye, again features Arian a strong female protagonist who is facing implacable misogynist foes. Arian’s has a manipulative vocal power she uses to escape a series of problems.

Arian seems to find herself on one quest after another. The Silver Mage finds himself betrayed by the Black Khan.

As I said upon reading the second book, the problem with reading series one book at a time is continuity. The first fifty pages of this book were taxing m
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Annarella
A powerful fantasy novel with a gripping and entertaining plot and a cast of fantastic characters.
This is a great instalment in a great series, it made wish the last novel was already there.
I love the style of writing, the well crafted plot, the amazing world building and the well thought and interesting cast of characters.
Highly recommended!
Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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Ausma Zehanat Khan is a British-born Canadian living in the United States, whose own parents are heirs to a complex story of migration to and from three different continents. A former adjunct professor at American and Canadian universities, she holds a Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law, with the 1995 Srebrenica massacre as the main subject of her dissertation. Previously the Editor in Chief ...more

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