This Woven Kingdom: the brand new YA fantasy romance series from the author of TikTok Made Me Buy It sensation, Shatter Me (This Woven Kingdom)
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Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this read and look forward to what will come next. Definitely add this to your TBR as it would make an excellent winter read, cosied up by a fire.
This Woven Kingdom - HarperCollins Publishers UK
You have consumed my thoughts since the moment I met you,” he said to her. “I feel now, in your presence, entirely strange. I think I might fetch you the moon if only to spare your tears again.”this is a Persian YA fantasy through and through and i’m glad to see that Tahereh is finally embracing the culture and not writing for the white gaze anymore. it has Islamic influences re: the history of jinn which was very exciting to read PDF / EPUB File Name: This_Woven_Kingdom_-_Tahereh_Mafi.pdf, This_Woven_Kingdom_-_Tahereh_Mafi.epub Alizeh fears the devil who haunts her and fears being killed for being a Jinn. She doesn't make choices out of fear, however. She spares a desperate boy who threatens her life when she could easily kill him, defends herself and others when threatened, and trusts in those who want to help her. Kamran is angry a lot, but mostly because he's frustrated with how his grandfather runs the country and both how much and how little is expected of him. He's to marry and have an heir, but he's not to have opinions about the threats his country faces. When he trusts his instincts and shows compassion, he's punished for it, but still knows it was the right decision.
This Woven Kingdom By Tahereh Mafi Book Review This Woven Kingdom By Tahereh Mafi Book Review
clears throat* Ms Mafi, this review is personal. You hear? personal. Because who told you to write such a literary masterpiece...and then not immediately give me the next book? My jaw is on the floor right now, I don't even know where to start.This has the exact same vibe as letting everyone in House of Gucci speak English… but with an Italian accent because they are Italian, yk? It’s got to be authentic! Same as you can’t let those characters speak either Italian or English without any kind of ridiculous accents, the author couldn’t write about a fantasy world without using over-the-top language that, if read out loud to a 17th-century landlord, would scare the shit out of him. God bless thee, good Sir. because this reminded me of two books that i love, of course i would subjectively enjoy this. but from an objective perspective, i think this also has all of the necessities for a strong start of a series: - really interesting world (based on persian mythology)