Kushiel's Chosen (Phèdre's Trilogy, #2)
Pages no: 704
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
, Alternate History
, Dark Fantasy
Series: Phèdre's Trilogy (#2)
Note: It is possible to read this book as a stand alone as relevant events from Book 1 are reflected upon in enough detail for a reader of Book 2 to grasp the point. However, I highly recommend reading Book 1 as it is just so damn good! We return once again to the alternate history of Terre D’Ange (...
A fantastic follow-up to Kushiel's Dart. This book had many favorite characters return alongside many new characters that added greatly to the story. Without getting into any plot details, I continue to love how the story explored new parts of this alternate European setting and infused more impor...
This review assumes you read Kushiel's Dart. In the previous book, the main antagonist Melisande manages to escape, and she casts a challenge at our heroine at the start of this one. And that will be the main plot of the entire book, Phèdre traveling around the world to find out what her hated bel...
Kushiel's Dart is the first book in this series, and if you haven't you really should read that first. There is a lot of adult material in these books--of a kind frankly I'd ordinarily find off-putting. The heroine is an anguissette--a masochist for whom pain is not just an integral part of her sexu...
A bit less pain and a little more plot. Phedre follows the plotters to La Serenisima to try and stop them from doing more damage to the land of Terre d'Ange, along the way finding allies and friends. Interesting but I find it somehow lacking. Maybe it's just that pain isn't my path.
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