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Review The Priory of the Orange Tree

The Priory of the Orange Tree Free download ¿ 2 ↠ A world divided A ueendom without an heir An ancient enemy awakens The House of Berethnet has ruled Inys for a thousand years Still unwed ueen Sabran the Ninth must conceive a daughter to protect her realm from destruction but assassins are getting closer to her door Ead Duryan is anGetting closer to her door Ead Duryan is an outsider at court Though she has risen to the position of lady in waiting she is loyal to a hidden society of mages Ead keeps a watchful eye on Sabran secretly protecting her with forbidden magic A. Hiiiii Goodreads This is my new book I'm thrilled to finally be able to tell you about it The Priory of the Orange Tree is an epic fantasy set in a world that is both like and unlike ours I've been working on this book since 2015 and I've fallen in love with this setting and these characters I can't wait for you to meet Ead Tané Sabran and the others – I hope you'll enjoy reading their story as much as I've enjoyed writing it I'm just popping in to let you know that there is a glossary and a character list at the back of the book And yes that is the correct page count This book will hurt you if it falls on you Be warned Love Samantha PS The beautiful cover was designed by David Mann and illustrated by Ivan Belikov PPS There won't be maps in the proofs but they're being drawn up by the wonderful Emily Faccini for the finished editions

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Cross the dark sea Tane has trained to be a dragonrider since she was a child but is forced to make a choice that could see her life unravel Meanwhile the divided East and West refuse to parley and forces of chaos are rising from their sleep. ‘we will shake the world for our beliefs’ starting with me because holy mother of dragons I AM SHOOK

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The Priory of the Orange TreeA world divided A ueendom without an heir An ancient enemy awakens The House of Berethnet has ruled Inys for a thousand years Still unwed ueen Sabran the Ninth must conceive a daughter to protect her realm from destruction but assassins are. As a huge Tolkien fan and one who considers his writing to be the very best fantasy has to offer I don’t often compare other books to his works at least not in a positive way Simply because there is very rarely a good comparison to be made Every great work of fantasy has felt somewhat shallow in contrast to the deep pool of imagination he conjured with his words Nothing cuts it Nothing competes However with this I do venture to make a comparison I do venture to concur with the blurb Laura Eve has provided this book with; this is a “feminist successor to The Lord of the Rings” because it is a story told with grace and infused with rich history and lore in its gloriously huge scope it is magnificent in every regard It’s all about the girl power here I recommend this to readers who enjoy female driven fantasy that is also carefully paced like the works of Robin Hobb Tad Williams and Chris Wooding So what makes this book so excellent and what makes it stand out against a plethora of other fine fantasy novels on the market today For me and I do not doubt for many other readers too this ticks every box Not only do we have real characters and by real I mean characters so well written that they actually begin to leap out of the page as they battle their internal conflicts and self doubt but we also have a world with a huge past And the characters are driven by it as they try to live up to the example their ancestors set They are trying to be better people worthy people I loved this constant drive it made the world feel old and like we have only glimpsed but a fraction of its vast timeline that has spanned ages There so much here so much room for stories And if I go away from a book this large wanting then that’s a very good sign indeed The plot rests on the threat of The Nameless One returning It’s a giant dragon that threatens to destroy the world and all in it if the eastern and western kingdoms cannot put aside their differences and unite in order to destroy the monumental threat Much of the novel is dedicated to the unification of the two factions and several characters have many different ideas about how exactly this should be done ranging from assassination to simple negotiation It’s a colourful story of witchcraft and romance of dragons and political intrigue of treachery and love and one that continued to surprise me until the very end It’s also worth briefly mentioning here that I did not like the author’s series The Bone Season It was too young adult for my taste but I clearly loved this So I really do urge other readers to try this regardless of what you thought about Samantha Shannon’s other work This is completely different and I don’t hesitate to say that this will be one of the biggest fantasy releases this year Don’t miss it it’s incredibleYou can connect with me on social media via My Linktree