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BookThe Rose And The Dagger
AuthorRenée Ahdieh
LanguageEnglish
Size1.2 MB
Pages448
CategoryNovel

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In a country on the brink of war, Shahrzad was torn from the love of her husband Khalid, the Caliph of Khorasan. She once thought he was a monster, but her secrets revealed to a man wracked with guilt and a powerful curse, one that could tear them apart forever. Reunited with her family, who has taken refuge among Khalid’s enemies, and Tariq, her childhood love, she should feel happy.

But Tariq now commands forces bent on destroying Khalid’s empire. Shahrzad is almost a prisoner between loyalty to the people she loves. But she refuses to be a farmer and hatches a plan. While her father Jahandar continues to play with magical powers that he still doesn’t understand, Shahrzad tries to discover powers that may be latent within her. With the help of an old tattered rug and a stormy but wise young man, Shahrzad will try to break the curse and reunite with her true love.

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From the beginning of this story, I really knew that I was in for a wild ride.

In The Rose And The Dagger We start with The Wrath and the Dawn. Sharhzad is a girl full of hate, hate for the circumstances, hate for her arranged marriages, hate for her new husband; and afraid of what will happen at dawn. The Caliph (King) of Khorisan takes a new bride and the next morning she is executed. No one understands why he murders her girlfriends, it is rumored that he is a madman, a young king, as ruthless and monstrous as his father before him. When he kills Sharhzad’s cousin, Shiva, she begins a path hell-bent on destroying him for her crimes.

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What she doesn’t count on is her kindness, her calm and watchful manner, Shazi gets the caliph to keep her alive beyond the dawn that no other bride has seen. And the next dawn, until he’s likely to keep it. Life in the palace is not what Shazi imagined. She meets new friends and new enemies, always alert and always hoping to learn the caliph’s weakness.

She finds herself reacting to him in ways she never thought possible, just when it looks like he might take care of her, her guards arrive at dawn and drag her out of her room. A silken cord is wrapped around her neck and a bag is placed over her head. This is the end, she thinks. The executioner whispers a soft apology, then lifts her up by the silken cord. The world goes dark.

When she regains consciousness she is gasping for air, the silken cord that was once tied tightly around her neck has come loose, the caliph heard the guards shouting at them and brandishing weapons, the captain of the guard taking her in his arms and carrying her. hanged on a deck chair nearby. The caliph apologizes profusely, so she slaps him severely, shouting hoarsely that he must not do it again.

Everything Sharhzad thought he knew changes, little by little he falls into the hands of Khalid, Caliph of Khorisan. The kingdom stands on the brink of war, led by Shazi’s former first love, Tariq. They will risk life, family and friends to end the war and restore balance to the lives of Khalid and Sharhzad. But at what price?

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I really enjoyed this series, it’s unlike any YA book I’ve ever read. Sharhzad is the hero she wishes she had known growing up, a great example of a woman who doesn’t need a man to save herself and her kingdom. Renée’s writing was well researched, intelligent, and thought-provoking. I can’t wait to devour the rest of her books!

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