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The result of all these thoughts was Daughter of the Flames, a rather unusual book about war, and love, and about learning to judge people by what they do.
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He did things he deserved righteous justice for. I still can't call him evil. I also genuinely enjoyed the side characters. They didn't feel flat and I loved Rashna. She was strong, opinionated and most of the time thought Zahira was stupid. Haha but she had that loyalty that I can see her becoming friends with Zahira.
In the far far future.
I wouldn't say there was any massive plot twists but the world building was incredible. Her descriptions of everything so vivid. The landscapes, towns, clothing, foods. I could see everything and I don't get that too often. Her races were well created and there was that racism and tension that was incorporated well. Things didn't just fall into place. Plus with no useless drama and no love triangles I am quite happy with this book.
I shall definitely be reading Ruan 2 though I think it has nothing to do with these characters, just set in the same world. I'm glad I decided to read through this one. So I was happy to see it pop up on my Cybils reading list. This was my first novel by Ms. Marriott and I was both looking forward to giving a new author a shot and in the mood for some more traditional fantasy. It's also worth it to point out the rather lovely cover this novel sports. The flames and curlicues are swirlingly lovely, enough so that the fact that Zira doesn't look quite as I pictured her isn't any kind of stumbling block at all.
Zira is a trained warrior.
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A novice with a face full of scars and a forgotten past, she perches right on the cusp of her sixteenth birthday. At the same time she anxiously awaits her superior's decision on whether she will join the ranks of the namoa or be sent to tend the temple livestock for the rest of her days. Born a Rua, Zira belongs to a conquered people. The Sedorne rulers overran the peaceful country of Ruan and the current king, Abheron, rules with an iron fist, encouraging his lords to crush the Rua under their feet.
But behind the deceptively peaceful temple walls, rebellion is in the wind. When a surprising series of events lead Zira to save a young Sedorne lord's life, she is set on the path that will lead her to places she never expected, where, frankly, she would rather die than set foot. But it is Zira's fate to be more than she is, to combine the hopes and fears of two races in one body, and to be savior to a nation. I was drawn in very quickly. There are all kinds of familiar fantasy elements at play here that Marriott handled quite well, wrapping them up in a nice bit of world building, full of heady descriptions of cuisine, vegetation, and light and shadow that had me salivating and oohing and ahhing at will.
Zira's past is appropriately murky and, when it comes to light, it is in no way surprising. Marriott weaves in some interesting implications that keep you reading. The same is true of the villain.
He is dastardly and despicable and, after one particularly grisly scene, I was convinced he was truly evil. But he wasn't surprising or very complex, really, until about pages in when his character development takes a truly masterful turn. Literally between the space of one page and the next I was fully invested, desperate to see how these heretofore unknown layers worked their way into the plot to wreak havoc.
Unfortunately, this was a bit too late as there were only about 80 pages left in the book. If only he'd become more interesting pages earlier. Because this book has a truly excellent climax, full of fighting and mayhem and excitement. The romance followed the same lines. I loved how unconventional it was, how it was all arranged as a matter of strategy and convenience and whether or not they might actually be capable of falling in love with each other was considered of only minimal importance.
This slow pace was delicious and I bought their hesitance and awkwardness and loved every minute. But things began to fall apart at a certain point and I felt like this central relationship never quite got back its former fervor by the time the story wound to a close. Despite these inconsistencies, there is some real talent here and I will definitely be picking up Ms. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. See all 20 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published on January 10, Published on July 3, Published on January 11, Published on August 23, Published on May 2, Published on March 28, Published on January 24, Published on November 10, Published on July 10, Published on July 5, There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. A resolute and reticent man who is also gentle. He has a lifetime pact with his childhood lover and friend, Lie Ruge; but it was ruined after he was misled by An Yeluo. He then turns into a vengeful, cold and cruel man.
He was harmed as a child due to the inner political maneuvers within the palace; and lost both his hearing and ability to walk. In order to get away from the palace trifles, he retreats to Liehuo Pavilion where he becomes the second disciple. Calm, intuitive and as gentle as jade, he is Lie Ruge's loyal companion and protects her from dangers. Chief of Liehuo Pavilion. Lie Ruge's adoptive father, and Zhan Feng's biological father. He is proud of Zhan Feng and believes in him no matter what. Third disciple of Liehuo Pavilion.
He is loyal to Zhan Feng, but his loyalty doesn't cloud his sense of right and wrong. He also has a crush on Xunyi. Chief of Zhihuo Hall.
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He is cold and awkward and is known for being Lie Mingjing's most trusted confidant, but ends up betraying him out of greed. A former courtesan who was brought to Liehuo Pavilion by Zhan Feng.
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She pretends to be weak in front of Zhan Feng, but actually knows martial arts. She is at odds with Lie Ruge. She is also the one who put the idea of betraying Lie Mingjing into Zhan Feng's head. Chief of Jinhuo Hall who is close with Lie Ruge. He is known to have spoilt her in her youth, therefore he gets criticized whenever he defends her. Ruge regards him as an uncle. A kind women from Ping'an who initially helps Ruge and Yin Xue, believing that they are a couple who ran away to elope.
Owner of the Anhe Palace, a highly skilled and powerful man. He is persistent and sincere toward love, but not getting his feelings reciprocated turns him into a cold and vengeful man who is hell-bent on making everyone suffer along with him. Third disciple of Anhe Palace. She disguises herself as the second mistress of Pili Sect. A treacherous and capricious woman who only listens to her senior brother, An Yeluo. Young mistress of Wu Dao City. She is kind at heart and stands up for justice and ends up falling in love with Lei Jinghong. However, she is torn between her love for Lei Jinghong and loyalty to her brothers.