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384 pages, Hardcover
First published June 23, 2020
Hunted by the Sky is an Indian and Persian mythology inspired fantasy romance where tyrants are thrown.
Prophecy of the chosen one never gets old and destiny always brings them together.
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Svapnalok is realistically flawed yet beautifully cultural and diverse.
A sudden kiss sparks interest and these opposite poles attract each other against all odds.
The magic system might be clearer in the sequel and the pacing slightly disappoints.
↣ an early digital copy received via netgalley
"i've seen many a serving girl paused at the sight of princes, stare at them with open longing. Gul's face however looks the way it might if a levta in all its slimy glory leaped out of the mud and onto her lap."
"Now, i steal another quick glance at Gul. She was not Bahar. If Bahar were a gentle breeze, then Gul is a hurricane, a storm . . ."
"Another girl might have let me go. Might have even sent me in herself . . ."
"Why does it matters if he's lying? I tell myself. He saved me selling myself. From possible abuse at the hands of some unknown minister for years on end."