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The Poison Path

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In the beginning, there was a small slip of a child, beautiful and loved.
She was born to rule over men, born blessed. She was to become a wise and gracious queen.

She was never supposed to be a murderer.

All her life, Magdeline Blackweir has been a prisoner in her own kingdom, held against her will by her monstrous regent, until the day she murders him. Now danger surrounds
Paperback, 341 pages
Published February 2019 by Independently published
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Feb 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
If you like villain origin stories-- or maybe even find yourself more interested in the villain than the good guys, sometimes-- this book is for you. It starts out with a murder so eminently justifiable that it doesn't even register as wrongdoing, and continues through a series of choices which, though logical, call into question what it really means to be a good or moral person, and who gets to make that judgement.

it also has an amazing and colorful cast of characters surrounding the protagonis
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