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Read & download Court of Lions Read & download µ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ß Somaiya Daud Somaiya Daud ß 7 Read & download To fight for her people's freedom But she must make a devastating decision will she step aside and watch her people suffer or continue to aid them and put herself and her family in mortal danger And whatever she chooses can she bear to remain separated forever from Maram's fiancé Idr. A huge thank you to Caffeine Book Tours for including me in the Court of Lions blog tour and to the publishers for providing a gifted review copyI was so excited to be a part of this tour I read Mirage very recently and I devoured it in about a day and a half because I just couldn t put it down I m here to tell you that it wasn t any different with Court of Lions I felt like I couldn t read fast enough I wanted to take my time with it but I was also looking forward to what the next page would bring It was a bit of a slow read at first but after reading the first 4 chapters I started feeling immersed in the story and I got back into the worldI just adore the writing and especially the prose You can t help but be invested in what s happening The author has the most amazing way of holding your attention with the detail characters and world I kept reading and only when I checked how much I had read did I realize how far I d gottenAmani is my favorite character I just love seeing things from her perspective How much she loves her culture and where she comes from Her emotions are so raw and it tends to rub off on you At times I felt her emotions so strongly and that added to the overall amazing experience I had with this book We also have Maram After the events of book one I wasn t so sure how I felt about her I felt bad for her and I knew there must have been something going on but I was still conflicted In this book we got a glimpse of things from her perspective There weren t many chapters from her point of view but it definitely gave a much better understanding about her character I loved reading her chapters and learning about how she felt along with her fears and hopes Idris was a favorite from the first book and I loved his relationship with Amani We got a lot of his character in this one which I appreciated a lot There was also so much yearningThe political intrigue in this one was very prominent The first book seemed focused on Amani coming in as the body double While this one has so much planning and talk about rebellion I loved this one so much for that The stakes were also much higher The whole thing kept me on the edge of my seat which is exactly what I was hoping for The book ended before I was ready but I m so happy with the way it ended I didn t think my heart would sueeze the way it did when I turned the last page but I m so happy I got to experience this bookOverall this series ended up meaning so much to me Books written by Muslims are making their way into our lives freuently and I m so so happy about that The stories are always so rich and end up meaning a lot to so many readers As much as I m sad to see Amani and Maram s story end I m also really thankful that I got to read this series I loved so much of this and I know it will be on my list of recommendations from now on If you haven t read Mirage I urge you to The story is unlike anything you ve read before and you won t regret it

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Read & download Court of Lions Read & download µ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ß Somaiya Daud Somaiya Daud ß 7 Read & download With whom Amani had cultivated a tenuous friendship discovered Amani's connection to the rebellion and has forced her into silence and if Amani crosses Maram once her identity and her betrayal will be revealed to everyone in the courtAmani is desperate to continue helping the rebellion. read on my blogrep ownvoices Moroccan inspired world and characters lesbian main character and love interestI received an ARC from Netgalley These are my honest opinions and in no way was I compensated for this review Sacred fire only ever came to the brave and courageous Hope was given to a person who might reshape the world This was the long awaited seuel to Mirage which I hadn t read in a while so I reread in preparation for this book I liked it even the second time around and found this story of rebellion against colonialism even refreshing so I was particularly excited to read the seuel Court of Lions takes us back to this lush world amidst a bed of beautiful prose and wonderful characterizationAfter revealing her rebel connections Amani is kept isolated only to be brought back into Maram s life for her wedding to Idris She returns to her duties as Maram s body double but she also starts plotting to keep Maram on the throne as the rightful ruler of Andala Meanwhile Maram faces her fears of being ueen and of being married when she forms a relationship with her mysterious new falconerThe prose was stunning as always It had such a soft tone which lent beauty to the words I also thought it was fascinating to include Maram s chapters albeit how few of them we have Being in her head allowed us to see of her her doubt her wanting to be loved and not feared her desire to be known as someone other than the cruel princessThe plot was drenched in political intrigue so much so that I had a little bit of trouble following certain details It was interesting though and I liked how everything resolvedI also liked the characters it was nice to return to them Amani is strong willed and resilient Maram finds herself anew and Idris realizes that he doesn t have to live his life in fear They all have such compelling dynamics as well Despite her seeminly traitorous betrayal Amani really does believe Maram will be a good ueen and she rebuilds her sister like relationship with her They put trust in each other as well as with Idris For some passion and love are separate but for you they run parallel along your heart line I think for you it is impossible to have one without the other The romance was as passionate as the first book but now we have two to follow in this book Amani and Idris are wonderful and I loved the growth in their interactions They do have to face the fact that Idris is technically married to Maram but I thought this was handled with grace Anyways Maram is a lesbian and she has a love interest their romance was so soft I loved them and I loved seeing all of them happyI did have a few complaints about this book First much like the first book I found that the romances moved far too uickly Amani and Idris build up their relationship here but I thought they declared their love for each other without much development in the first book Similarly Maram and Aghraas have very little build up before they were suddenly at the I would do anything for you stage Don t get me wrong I loved both of these relationships and thought there was attraction between them and there s nothing wrong with falling in love uickly I just would have preferred a little build upThe other issue was the pacing Maram only has a few chapters which was fine because they were about her personal characterization and didn t contribute much to the plot However the first few of them took place before the contents of this book and then they caught up in the middle which felt very uneven to me Also while I really enjoyed the first and last uarters I thought the middle half dragged a bit None of these were big issues and were to my personal tastes but I did still really enjoy this bookCourt of Lions was a wondrous seuel that had all the passion and heart of the first book It was plot heavy full of political intrigue and machinations but the character development was carefully interspersed particularly in Maram Pick up Mirage if you haven t already because this series is not to be missedoriginal reviewthis was goodddd but it kinda dragged in the middlealso Maram is a lesbian and has a love interest and their romance is so soft


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  • Court of Lions
  • Somaiya Daud
  • English
  • 09 March 2020
  • 9781250220790