The Daevabad Trilogy, Book 2: The Kingdom of Copper

Self began reading this fantasy series in Mendocino (fitting setting; every time she drives up there, this line — which she so far hasn’t been able to put into any of her stories — pops into her head: “She chased daylight into a gloomy forest.”). She’s almost to the end of Book 2. Talk about pulse-pounding excitement! Many palace intrigues, shifting loyalties, unrequited love, MAJOR angst, and of course magic:

  • “We have soldiers positioned outside the hospital, but per your orders, none will go inside. The freed slave Razu is guarding the entrance and threatening to turn anyone who crosses her into a spider.” — Daoud, p. 504

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