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K The True PDF they can't remember anything except that they are bound as only sisters can be They have been cursed by an unknown enchanter and slowly Sakti starts to fade away The only hope of saving her is to go to distant Britain where the Sorceress Royal has established an academy to train. The short version is if you enjoyed the first book in this series there is every reason to expect that you will love this one euallyWe open with Muna and her sister Sakti waking

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The True ueen

In the follow up to the delightful Regency fantasy novel NPRorg Sorcerer to the Crown a young woman with no memories of her past finds herself embroiled in dangerous politics in England and the land of the fae When sisters Muna and Sakti wake up on the peaceful beach of the island of Janda Bai. I shall lay the path for you There is no reason you should run into any trouble provided you are sensible It sounds perfectly straightforward said Sakti who had neve

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Women in magicIf Muna is to save her sister she must learn to navigate high society and trick the English magicians into believing she is a magical prodigy As she's drawn into their intrigues she must uncover the secrets of her past and journey into a world with magic than she had ever dreame. A sheer delight from beginning to end Zen Cho perfectly conjures the opulence absurdity and conflict of the period and her magical societies are so wholly interwoven with histor


10 thoughts on “The True ueen

  1. says:

    25 stars She drew in a terrified breath but before she could scream she was plunged into darkness She drew in a terrified breath but before she could scream she was plunged into darknessMuna and her sister Sakti aw

  2. says:

    When an author is building a seuel the path of least resistance is to figure out what the reader wants or thinks they want and give it to them The better option though is to write the book readers didn’t know they wanted That’s what Zen Cho delivers in The True ueen the standalone seuel to her popular and acclaimed Regency era fantasy novel Sorcerer to the Crown Rather than pick up with the further adventur

  3. says:

    “I shall lay the path for you There is no reason you should run into any trouble provided you are sensible”“It sounds perfectly straightforward” said Sakti who had never been sensible in her life”I think this very well may be my last review of 2019 Thank you so much for reading along with me this year To conclude we are discussing

  4. says:

    I was fortunate to get an early copy of this book and tore through it this week What a delightful fun fantasy about sisterhood Thoroughly recommended; I loved getting to return to the this world

  5. says:

    The short version is if you enjoyed the first book in this series there is every reason to expect that you will love this one euallyWe open with Muna and her sister Sakti waking bewildered on a beach in Janda Bail Mal Genggang takes them in training Sakti while Muna helps in the kitchen Unfortunately both of them are cursed and end up having

  6. says:

    I'm undecided on the ultimate rating on this I think it's between 35 and 40 stars I didn't uite love it as much as Sorcerer to the Crown I feel like it was a very good story and the characters were interesting but they weren't uite as compel

  7. says:

    35 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum has been three and a half years since I read Sorcerer to the Crown and I was initially a bit worried about h

  8. says:

    First of all on the one hand this was a good follow up to Sorcerer to the Crown which took pretty much everyone by surprise several y

  9. says:

    A sheer delight from beginning to end Zen Cho perfectly conjures the opulence absurdity and conflict of the period and her magical societies are so wholly interwoven with history that you’ll start to believe there really was a Sorceress Royal – and that centuries ago you really could travel through Fairyland from one side of the world

  10. says:

    as posted on The Book Smugglers I can’t believe it’s been four whole years since the delightful Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho knocked my socks off and charmed my cold cold heart Never mind we have now been blessed wit