The Kingdom of Copper

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Product Details

Price
$26.99  $24.83
Publisher
Harper Voyager
Publish Date
Pages
640
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.2 X 1.6 inches | 1.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062678133

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About the Author

S. A. Chakraborty is a speculative fiction writer from New York City. Her debut, The City of Brass, was short-listed for the Locus, British Fantasy, and World Fantasy awards.

Reviews

"The second installment of Chakraborty's stunningly rendered Middle Eastern fantasy trilogy...As good or better than its predecessor: promise impressively fulfilled."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"Chakraborty plunges right back into the action set up in The City of Brass [...] This intriguing fantasy series appears to be well on its way to an exciting conclusion."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"It was a treat to return to Chakraborty's richly drawn world. [...] engaging, satisfying, and left me looking forward to what comes next."--The Speculative Shelf
"With gorgeous world building, compelling characters, and clashing schemes, the second in Chakraborty's Daevabad trilogy will thrill her many fans."--Booklist (starred review)
"With a richly immersive setting and featuring complex familial, religious, and racial ties and divides, Chakraborty's second book in the trilogy wraps readers in a lush and magical story that takes over all the senses."--Library Journal (starred review)
"Chakraborty manages what many epic fantasy writers have never achieved: a world where everyone can see themselves not only mirrored, but powerful."--New York Journal of Books
"[The Kingdom of Copper] is epic fantasy that is shrunk to the perspective of the individual. If you're looking for a compelling, heart-rending drama that just happens to also be one of the most thought-provoking epic fantasies to come out in a long time, look no further."--BookPage
"No series since George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire has quite captured both palace intrigue and the way that tribal infighting and war hurt the vulnerable the most."--Paste Magazine