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BONE SHARD DAUGHTER is set in an empire of many islands, where bone shard magic fuels monstrous constructs that enforce law and order. Yet the emperor’s rule is failing and whispers of revolution carry from island to island. Lin is the emperor’s daughter and heir, and only she can save the empire and its people. But to do so, she must master the art of bone shard magic – ...more
Published 2020 by Orbit
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Crini
Dec 05, 2019 marked it as get-on-my-shelf-already
"If you like: magic derived from bones, migratory islands, a distant DOOM, a failing empire, a palace of locked doors and secrets, an heir with a father she can't help but disappoint, a jaunty smuggler with a tragic past, creepy magical constructs, DOOM getting a bit more real now,two women in an established relationship working through class differences, magical animal companions, and dumplingssss!"

I LIKE ALL THAT VERY MUCH

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Sana
Dec 12, 2019 marked it as to-read-so-bad-it-hurts
'In the novel, rebels in the cities are rallying for independence from the all-seeing eyes of the emperor’s magical constructs. Among the royals, the emperor's daughter struggles to regain her memories, her power over the bone shard magic that rules the empire, and her rightful place as heir.'

\O/

Also, this has two POV characters 'who start out already together and spend the book working through class differences.' which is probably the best part about it

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Recently read one of the author's short stories and enjoyed it. I'm excited to dig into a full-length novel.
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Andrea Stewart is the Chinese American daughter of immigrants, and was raised in a number of places across the United States. Her parents always emphasized science and education, so she spent her childhood immersed in Star Trek and odd-smelling library books. When her (admittedly ambitious) dreams of becoming a dragon slayer didn't pan out, she instead turned to writing books. She now lives in ...more