Monday, June 10, 2019
The Kingdom of Copper
The Kingdom of Copper. Readers who have not read The City of Brass will lose the context for the conflicts in this book. Political conflict is building in Daevabad and sets of siblings are in the middle of the action along with powerful parents. The destruction and violence along with fantasy elements will appeal to those readers who enjoy action and imagination. These six hundred pages provide a transition to next year’s finale, a novel titled, The Empire of Gold. Readers like me who’ve invested time to enter into this imaginary world anxiously await the conclusion of this story. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase The Kingdom of Copper from amazon.com.