The Empire of Gold: 3 (Daevabad Trilogy)

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The Empire of Gold: 3 (Daevabad Trilogy)

The Empire of Gold: 3 (Daevabad Trilogy)

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However, he had had multiple opportunities to stand up to her when he was the more powerful one and he didn’t. Whereas Dara is questioning what is morally right, and whether his actions at the behest of Manizheh are morally right, Ali and Nahri spend most of their time together, ignoring the fact that they have feelings for each other. All three books flip between the protagonists of three different characters, all vying for the control of Daevabad, the city at the core of their world.

It takes a long time for the real action to start and it feels like much of the beginning of the book, up till Ali and Nahri get to Ta Ntry is largely treading water. I dove into this one almost immediately upon release, and I am pleased to say that the last Wayfarers book is just as good as its predecessors. A series that lives long beyond its final page, I am delighted to discover that Chakaborty is already picking up the pen again. But the death of his people and loss of his beloved Nahri have unleashed the worst demons of Dara's dark past.And the ending is full of hope for Daevabad and its people, hope that the wars of the past can be reconciled, that the cycle of vengeance can be ended. By the end of the book, Nahri knows where she belongs, and she’s found her family, both by blood and by choice. This book also taught me that I don’t have a favorite POV character because my favorite is whoever finds themselves in Daevabad. And, most importantly, he finally decides that he doesn’t want to be the terrifying afshin; he doesn’t want to be a weapon. this book caught my attention thanks to its marvelous cover, I am glad I read this review because now I know that there are two books that I should read before getting to The Empire of Gold.

However, at times, it did feel as though it took the wind out of the sails after the chapters with Dara.

Well, everyone is back in force and then some and I’m pleased to say that the character growth is great. She’s a survivor, a fighter and dammit, she deserves every happiness she could possible achieve and get.

She remained true to herself, and who she has become over the course of the books, and the ending had me smiling and sad all at once. The Daevabad trilogy certainly stands out for me as something different, and I have loved every minute that I have spent in Daevabad and beyond through its words, and the Empire of Gold was overall everything I wanted. The places in which I felt like screaming: when Dara tells Nahri he’s leaving and will never be able to step foot inside Daevabad again while acknowledging the fact that she will never be able to step foot outside of Daevabad ever again and anytime Nahri flirts with or kisses Ali. While Nahri finds peace in the old rhythms and familiar comforts of her human home, she is haunted by the knowledge that the loved ones she left behind and the people who considered her a savior are at the mercy of a new tyrant.Like the rest of the Daevabad books, this is a slow burner until it reaches its climax, when everything moves at fever pitch. I finished The Empire of Gold, the 3rd and final book, in The Daevabad Trilogy… and I might be broken.

In Empire of Gold, that personal journey delves ever deeper as Nahri navigated all of her past alliances to find a place where she belongs.

The Daevabad trilogy has always explored conflict, and how people no matter how good can-do terrible things in war, and how truth and peace are created by the victors on weak foundations. Honestly I don’t know how Shannon did it but there was never one moment I found boring or unnecessary in this book! As to how the book hid from the reader how Manizheh would be defeated: I hated that with a burning passion 😡😤 I already ranted about this in my own review, but YOU DON’T DO “PlOT TWISTS” THIS WAY!

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