The Mirror Empire
On the eve of a recurring catastrophic event known to extinguish nations and reshape continents, a troubled orphan evades death and slavery to uncover her own bloody past... while a world goes to war with itself.In the frozen kingdom of Saiduan, invaders from another realm are decimating whole... show more
On the eve of a recurring catastrophic event known to extinguish nations and reshape continents, a troubled orphan evades death and slavery to uncover her own bloody past... while a world goes to war with itself.In the frozen kingdom of Saiduan, invaders from another realm are decimating whole cities, leaving behind nothing but ash and ruin. At the heart of this war lie th
Publisher: Angry Robot
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
Series: Worldbreaker Saga (#1)
Series: Worldbreaker Saga #1 I generally expect more from Hurley's books. This was alright but my interest waxed and waned throughout the whole thing. There are some really cool concepts but a lot of stuff I could have just done without, and I wasn't all that keen on some of the characters, partic...
Where do I even start with this book? I first heard of this book on BookTube. I became intrigued by it because of the gender aspects so when I went to the library, I thought I'd give it a go. Well, the gender aspects are about all I enjoyed from this book. That's not true. I also enjoyed the writi...
This book made waves when first published, but it took me awhile to get around to reading it because it is brutal and alien and I have to be in the right mood for something like that.The Mirror Empire will appeal most to those who like high-concept dark fantasy: there are parallel worlds, populated ...
I struggled with rating this. On the one hand, I really didn't enjoy it very much. As in, every time I picked it up to read it I had the urge to go and do something else. On the other hand, I think this is more of an issue with my thoughts on epic fantasy than with the book. Because, let's be ...
This is one of those books, that at the beginning I was not sure I would enjoy. But as it progressed I liked it more and more. The main reason for my worry was that, the world building was so dense. There were so many places, and names and history and questions, that I found myself confused and di...
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