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The Jasmine Throne has been hailed as a collection opener that may “undoubtedly reshape the panorama of epic fantasy for years to return” (Booklist, starred). Now, award-winning writer Tasha Suri’s provocative and highly effective Burning Kingdoms trilogy continues with The Oleander Sword.The prophecy of the anonymous god—the phrases that declared Malini the rightful empress of Parijatdvipa—has confirmed a blessing and curse. She is decided to say the throne that destiny provided her. However even with the energy of the fashion in her coronary heart and the military of loyal males by her aspect, deposing her brother goes to be a brutal and bloody struggle.The ability of the deathless waters flows via Priya’s blood. Thrice born priestess, Elder of Ahiranya, Priya’s dream is to see her nation rid of the rot that plagues it: each Parijatdvipa’s toxic rule, and the blooming illness that’s slowly spreading via all residing issues. However she doesn’t but perceive the reality of the magic she carries.Their chosen paths as soon as pulled them aside. However Malini and Priya’s souls stay as entwined as their destinies. They usually quickly notice that coming collectively is the one technique to save their kingdom from those that would slightly see it burn—even when it’ll price them.Reward for the Burning Kingdoms trilogy:”Lush and gorgeous…this sapphic fantasy will rip your coronary heart out.” —BuzzFeed Information”A fierce, heart-wrenching exploration of the worth and hazard of affection.” —Publishers Weekly (starred overview)”Raises the bar for what epic fantasy must be.” —Chloe Gong, writer of These Violent Delights”This cutthroat and sapphic novel will grip you till the very finish.” —Vulture (Better of the 12 months)”It left me breathless.” —Andrea Stewart, writer of The Bone Shard Daughter”I cherished it.” —Alix E. Harrow, Hugo award-winning writer of The As soon as and Future Witches”Suri’s incandescent feminist masterpiece hits like a metal fist inside a velvet glove.” —Shelley Parker-Chan, writer of She Who Grew to become the SunFor extra from Tasha Suri, try: The Burning Kingdoms The Jasmine Throne The Oleander Sword The Books of Ambha Empire of Sand Realm of Ash