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The River of Silver: Tales from the Daevabad Trilogy

by S. A. Chakraborty

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Series: The Daevabad Trilogy (4)

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Bestselling author S.A. Chakraborty's acclaimed Daevabad Trilogy gets expanded with this new compilation of stories from before, during, and after the events of The City of Brass, The Kingdom of Copper, and The Empire of Gold, all from the perspective of characters both beloved and hated, and even those without a voice in the novels. The River of Silver gathers material both seen and new-including a special coda fans will need to read-making this the perfect complement to those incredible novels. A prospective new queen joins a court whose lethal history may overwhelm her own political savvy... An imprisoned royal from a fallen dynasty and a young woman wrenched from her home cross paths in an enchanted garden... A pair of scouts stumble upon a secret in a cursed winter wood that will turn over their world... Now together in one place, these stories of Daevabad enrich a world already teeming with magic and wonder. From Manizheh's first steps towards rebellion to adventures that take place after The Empire of Gold, this is a must-have collection for those who can't get enough of Nahri, Ali, and Dara and all that unfolded around them.… (more)
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Not really standalone stories but more outtakes from the writing done for the trilogy. ( )
  danielskatz | Dec 26, 2023 |
a pleasant return to the magical arabian fantasy of the Daevabad Trilogy, in the form of a collection of related short stories. ( )
  macha | Dec 16, 2023 |
I'm so glad I read this - a very very satisfying addition to the Daevabad "canon".

I was hoping for a follow-up story about Dara's future... but maybe later. ( )
  decaturmamaof2 | Nov 22, 2023 |
If you've finished the Daevabad Trilogy and need a reminder of what happened, this book of a series of scenes not included will provide re-entry into that world. Some of the scenes make decent little stories, but won't mean much unless you've read all 3 and are full of spoilers if you've read fewer. ( )
  quondame | Dec 9, 2022 |
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Bestselling author S.A. Chakraborty's acclaimed Daevabad Trilogy gets expanded with this new compilation of stories from before, during, and after the events of The City of Brass, The Kingdom of Copper, and The Empire of Gold, all from the perspective of characters both beloved and hated, and even those without a voice in the novels. The River of Silver gathers material both seen and new-including a special coda fans will need to read-making this the perfect complement to those incredible novels. A prospective new queen joins a court whose lethal history may overwhelm her own political savvy... An imprisoned royal from a fallen dynasty and a young woman wrenched from her home cross paths in an enchanted garden... A pair of scouts stumble upon a secret in a cursed winter wood that will turn over their world... Now together in one place, these stories of Daevabad enrich a world already teeming with magic and wonder. From Manizheh's first steps towards rebellion to adventures that take place after The Empire of Gold, this is a must-have collection for those who can't get enough of Nahri, Ali, and Dara and all that unfolded around them.

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