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One Thousand and One Nights, Volume 4

by Jin-seok Jeon, Seung-Hee Han (Illustrator)

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Volume Four is definitely the strongest so far. This volume's story is genuinely horrifying and tragic - a retelling of a familiar folk tale about the woodsman who finds an angel bathing and steals her wings/robes so she cannot return to heaven and makes her his wife. The telling is very effective and has some real surprises. We also learn about some surprising and significant events from the Sultan's childhood that go towards explaining his hatred towards his young brides. The art in this volume is beautiful, striking black lines against crisp, white high-quality pages. The first page shows the angel rendered all in red ink on white and looks striking. ( )
  catfantastic | Mar 29, 2013 |
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Sehara meets Sultan Shazaman and discovers that his brother's distrust of women comes not only from Fatima's betrayal but also from his mother's traumatic death. And while Sehara is away, Shahyar continues to play his dangerous game with another girl. Will Sehera's next night story be enough to stop the Sultan's wicked ways?

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"Sehara meets Sultan Shazaman and discovers that his brother's distrust of women no only comes from Fatima's betrayal but also his mother's traumatic death."--P. [4] of cover.

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