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Nov 11, Alison rated it really liked it Shelves: arc , read , read-anything-by-this-author , fantasy , priests-and-priestesses , swords-and-sorcery , abusive-ex , cute-moppets , disabilities , gods-and-goddesses.
Spoilers ahead for the first two books Imperial Princess Jenna of Dasnaria was raised to be obedient and to pleasure the man her father and brothers chose for her.
In Dasnaria women have nothing and no power, they are kept sequestered in a seraglio. When Jenna is married she finds her husband is a sadist and enjoys taking out his hatred of her father on her body.
Eventually her brother helps her to escape and she travels to new lands, trains as a Priestess of Danu and takes vows of chastity Spoilers ahead for the first two books Eventually her brother helps her to escape and she travels to new lands, trains as a Priestess of Danu and takes vows of chastity and silence.
At the end of the second book Jenna, who now calls herself Ivariel had made a new life with a family in Nyambura where she tends to the elephants and teaches the children to dance the warrior's dance, until her abusive husband tracks her down and she kills him and his men in a beserker fit of rage, although it almost kills her too - until Ochieng and his family rescue her with all their elephants.
In this third, and I believe final, book in the trilogy Ivariel is still recovering from the beating and rape by her now deceased husband but the family face further threats from a neighbouring city after the rainy season extends longer than ever before.
The people are starving and so they come to pillage and steal from the peaceful Nyamurans. Ivariel is struggling to deal with her violent impulses, fearful that when the rage descends she could kill one of her friends, but maybe that's just what the Nyamurans need to protect them from the outside.
I still haven't read the first book, even though I bought it when it was on sale, I'm a bit scared about how horrific Jenna's life with her abusive husband will be What can I say?
A fitting end to the trilogy. I think you could read this as a stand-alone novel, although the backstory would all be told not shown. Jeffe Kennedy writes such beautiful prose, such engaging characters and such evocative landscapes.
I felt like I was tending the elephants with Ivariel, singing the songs with the family, the torrential rain we had last night also felt very much like the rainy season in Nyamura, water everywhere and your clothes are vaguely damp all the time!
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
Bumped for release. Oct 19, Timitra rated it really liked it. At its very core this story is about healing, soul searching, preparing for things to come, awakening the warrior within and embracing new possibilities, new ways of life and thinking.
I readily admit that the story didn't go the way I thought it would which makes me happy in that it wasn't predictable but part of me wishes that some of the things I wanted to happen happened.
I still found it enjoyable and I'm excited to see what, if anything comes next. I recommend this series to those who like fantasy with darker themes.
ARC provided by publisher through Net Galley Jan 20, Melanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: z , stars , fantasy. Review originally posted at BooksOfMyHeart.
She finally gets her happy ending in this story, but I dont see this as the last of her story. I dont know how she will have more to her story, but I feel like this is not the last we will see with her.
So, Warrior of the World picks up where Exile of the Seas leaves off. Ivariel is recovering from the events at the end of the previous book.
He introduced her as basically a fiancee without explaining that to her. She is a tough woman and really does everything to protect her family, not just making sure they are safe, but also happy.
Yes, she is a little over eager in trying to push Ochieng and Ivariel together, but that is what a lot of mothers do, so it fit. Zalaika waved a hand, dripping with water droplets.
We are not canceling the festival of kuachamvua, I can tell you that. For all the ways, obvious and subtle, that she was unlike my mother, she shared the ability to assert herself with the smallest gesture.
Are my daughters, for that matter? Another vast difference: I never, ever would have dared laugh at my mother. And while I yet breathe, we live our lives to enjoy and celebrate what we have—not to fear what we might lose.
I really feel the different personalities of the different elephants. I love seeing Efe come into her own. She is a young elephant the family rescued.
She has scars around her ankles where the previous person chained her. There is nothing to stop them from walking away and not working for them.
There is also Violet, who is the matriarch of the herd. She was the rock of the herd, especially Efe. I really enjoyed watching Ivariel grow.
This review is my opinion and was not requested or provoked in anyway by the author. Nov 14, Visionary Druid rated it really liked it.
She stays with the Dtiembo family to allow her body and mind to heal. She also feels she is not the right woman for Ochieng, who has voiced his feelings for her.
She is learning to adapt to the new circumstances in her life. I wish her relationship with Ochieng progressed a little more, but I also understand her reluctance.
They are helping her heal from her years of abuse and cold disregard. They are also helping her realize that not all families are like hers.
Ochieng may lose his patience with her, but he demonstrates that not all males are like her abusive husband and cold male family members.
Mar 03, David rated it really liked it. The tale of a princess who had received training as a warrior and who rescued herself from an abusive marriage and now finds herself in a quiet village in a faraway land in the company of charming elephant herder and storyteller who loves her.
As the story progresses, we see how the Princess Ivariel learns to let herself be loved and how she learns to return the love of the family who has taken her in.
Although I managed to dive into book three, I was able to follow the storyline with minimal The tale of a princess who had received training as a warrior and who rescued herself from an abusive marriage and now finds herself in a quiet village in a faraway land in the company of charming elephant herder and storyteller who loves her.
Although I managed to dive into book three, I was able to follow the storyline with minimal difficulty. Great character work in this short novel.
Jul 08, Mei rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy. Review to come Jan 22, Stacy rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley.
I really enjoyed the story and the growth of the characters. In fact, I love the relationship everyone had with the elephants.
They are such magical creatures and they really shine in Kennedy's world. I have mixed feelings about the ending.
I loved the fast forward look, but I would have really enjoyed seeing the years leading up to it. I loved their story and wanted more. I still felt like their story isn't over and I hope I'm right.
When bad things happen to good people, they can go one of two directions. They become victims and spiral down or they become survivors who fight back.
It is pleasing to see a pampered princess become a Warrior Woman. With a life changing event like this, it is only appropriate to choose a new name.
Jenna grows into her new persona as Ivariel. Still with this new name and new fighting skills, Jenna is not fully recovered from her ordeal. She does not share her past pains with her new adopted people.
She does her best to integrate into the Nyambura lifestyle. The grief-stricken Tomyris raised another army and challenged Cyrus to battle a second time.
Cyrus believed another victory was certain and accepted the challenge, but in the ensuing engagement Tomyris emerged victorious.
Cyrus himself fell in the melee. She was an ally to the King of Persia, Xerxes I, and fought for him during the second Persian invasion of Greece, personally commanding 5 ships at the Battle of Salamis.
Herodotus writes that she was a decisive and intelligent, albeit ruthless strategist. According to Polyaenus, Xerxes praised Artemisia above all other officers in his fleet and rewarded her for her performance in battle.
She was also the half-sister of Alexander the Great. Audata raised Cynane in the Illyrian tradition, training her in the arts of war and turning her into an exceptional fighter — so much so that her skill on the battlefield became famed throughout the land.
Cynane accompanied the Macedonian army on campaign alongside Alexander the Great and according to the historian Polyaenus, she once slew an Illyrian queen and masterminded the slaughter of her army.
Such was her military prowess. Undeterred, Cynane gathered a powerful army and marched into Asia to place her daughter on the throne by force. As she and her army were marching through Asia towards Babylon, Cynane was confronted by another army commanded by Alcetas, the brother of Perdiccas and a former companion of Cynane.
Although Cynane never reached Babylon, her power play proved successful. The Warrior of World's End is a fantasy by American writer Lin Carter , set on a decadent far-future Earth in which all the world's land masses have supposedly drifted back together to form a last supercontinent called Gondwane.
The book is chronologically the first in Carter's Gondwane Epic the culminating novel Giant of World's End having been issued earlier.
A trade paperback edition was published by Wildside Press in January Gondwane is a crazy-quilt of human and non-human societies divided into "kingdoms, empires, city-states, federations, theocracies, tyrannies, conglomerates, unions, principates and various degenerate savage Over this span "the laws of physics themselves have become peculiar and inconsistent," and science has been largely superseded by magic.
The moon of this far-future world appears gigantic, as it is in a slowly decaying orbit that threatens the planet with ultimate destruction.
In consequence, the very time period in which the series is set is called "The Eon of the Falling Moon," and the next,future eon will be "the Eon of the Silver Phoenix" and is projected to be mankind's last.
In 70 years, the moon will fall, but in some unexpected way. Phlesco, a "Godmaker," and his pseudowoman spouse Iminix are traveling to the Realm of the Nine Hegemons when they come across the novel's protagonist Ganelon Silvermane, handsome, muscular, and apparently mindless, wandering in the rain.
Taking pity on him, the couple takes him in and conveys him to the city of Zermish. After two centuries of Chinese rule, the Vietnamese rose up against them under the leadership of two sisters , Trung Trac and Trung Nhi, who gathered an army of 80, They trained 36 women to be generals and drove the Chinese out of Vietnam in A.
Said to have been the greatest queen of the late classical Maya , she ruled from c. Share Flipboard Email. Ancient History and Latin Expert.