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CHARACTERS ☆ TOBERMOREDRIVEWAYS.CO.UK ↠ Robert Jackson Bennett

The city of Bulikov once wielded the powers of the gods to conuer the world enslaving and brutalizing millions until its divine protectors were killed Now Bulikov’s history has been censored and erased its citizens subjugated But the surreal landscape of the city itself forever altered by the thousands of miracles its guardians once work Adult fantasyA highly original story involving gods resurrected in a modern world – how could I not be drawn to this? Set in an early industrial world where the two major nations are Bulikov modeled loosely on Russia and Saypur modeled loosely on India this story starts as a murder mystery and develops into a high fantasy of world changing magic Centuries ago Bulikov had a pantheon of active gods who led their mortal worshippers to victory and made them the dominant world power through magic Then somehow the leader of Saypur found a way to kill gods Supposedly all the gods either died or disappeared and soon Saypur was the dominant world power using science and technology to conuer Since then Bulikov has been reduced to a backwaterThe main character Shara Thivani arrives in Bulikov to solve the murder of her former mentor but soon learns there are strange things going on It’s possible the gods are not dead after all And if the gods come back it might threaten Saypur’s power and plunge the world into another civil warThe world building is great the action is awesome and I loved the clash of cultures and belief systems Definitely recommended for fantasy fans Saints and Misfits forever altered by the thousands of miracles its guardians once work Adult Macroeconomics (7th Edition) fantasyA highly original story involving gods resurrected in a modern world – how could I not be drawn to this? Set in an early industrial world where the two major nations are Bulikov modeled loosely on Russia and Saypur modeled loosely on India this story starts as a murder mystery and develops into a high Godzilla Returns fantasy of world changing magic Centuries ago Bulikov had a pantheon of active gods who led their mortal worshippers to victory and made them the dominant world power through magic Then somehow the leader of Saypur Shiki the Shikigami and the Tower of Depravity: Book One: Sticky Situation (English Edition) found a way to kill gods Supposedly all the gods either died or disappeared and soon Saypur was the dominant world power using science and technology to conuer Since then Bulikov has been reduced to a backwaterThe main character Shara Thivani arrives in Bulikov to solve the murder of her Operation Kangaroo Trap former mentor but soon learns there are strange things going on It’s possible the gods are not dead after all And if the gods come back it might threaten Saypur’s power and plunge the world into another civil warThe world building is great the action is awesome and I loved the clash of cultures and belief systems Definitely recommended To Charles Fort, With Love for Fearful Symmetry fantasy Bon Appetit, Yall fans

SUMMARY City of Stairs

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Lve a murderBut as Shara pursues the killer she starts to suspect that the beings who ruled this terrible place may not be as dead as they seem and that Bulikov’s cruel reign may not yet be overA tale of vast conspiracies dead gods and buried histories City of Stairs is at once a gripping spy novel and a stunningly original work of fantasy Actual Review 45 Stars City of Stairs is at its heart a murder mystery with a hull of geopolitical strife fueled by a peculiar magic that isn't totally understood even by the story's main characters The perfect recipe for a story that had me up past my bed time many nights in a row Right off the bat it plunges the reader into the thick of the roiling tensions between two major nations with a complicated history Once dangerously powerful supported by miracles performed by their deities Bulikov was responsible for the abuse demoralization of many Now their gods destroyed their histories revoked Bulikov has been reduced to a shadow of its former splendorSaypur persecuted for years by Bulikov and now its rulers sends Shara Thivani as an ambassador to the capital with an undercover mission to solve the murder of a Saypuri doctor who served as her mentorShara is undoubtedly a star in this book Strong willed vastly intelligent with a noticeable disability she captured my interest from the moment she was introducedShara is surrounded by a in intriguing group of characters prominently featuring a huge terrifying man from the North Sigrud and the eually terrifying retired General MulageshOne of my favorite aspects of this book is that it's High Fantasy that is not inspired by Medieval Europe I've seen others designate that Bulikov is loosely based on Russia and Saypur is loosely based on IndiaIt's so refreshing to find a Fantasy with a setting as vibrant complex as this I can see where some may have felt detached from the details here but those details were crafted so skillfully that I never once found myself losing interestAuthor Robert Jackson Bennett expertly balances the current mystery plot with a number of flashbacks that help to flesh out explain both the characters their inclinations Personally I've got this thing for stories that heavily revolve around politics religion especially when there are magical threads to consider I love taking the journey through all the complicated motivations that have led the involved parties to their current situation and this book is rife with the exploration of motivesWhen a writer can show me only a small sliver of their world but simultaneously convey that there is an expansive existence beyond the immediate scope of the story that uickly grabs my attention The division of loyalties obligations to one's religion and the discovery of self confidence are some of the major themes that weave together throughout this tale In combination with exceptional magical ualities a dynamic cast of characters this book is by far one the most distinctive I've ever readI will say the resolution of the plot within the larger plot was just slightly shaky for me with how it came about But because the situations Bennett has created are so complex with many different moving pieces to consider I'm willing to wait allow my understanding fully develop before I let it bother meWould recommend to anyone looking for a fresh bizarre beautifully crafted story that's way outside of the box This review and other reviews of mine can be found on Book Nest El Jarron Azul fantasy Actual Review 45 Stars City of Stairs is at its heart a murder mystery with a hull of geopolitical strife Sovereign of Stars (The She-King, fueled by a peculiar magic that isn't totally understood even by the story's main characters The perfect recipe Fall of Paris for a story that had me up past my bed time many nights in a row Right off the bat it plunges the reader into the thick of the roiling tensions between two major nations with a complicated history Once dangerously powerful supported by miracles 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Ed upon it stands as a haunting reminder of its former supremacyInto this broken city steps Shara Thivani Officially the unassuming young woman is just another junior diplomat sent by Bulikov’s oppressors Unofficially she is one of her country’s most accomplished spies dispatched along with her terrifying “secretary” Sigrud to so Previous rating 20 stars New rating 22 stars Because why the shrimp not➽ And the moral of this rereread is this book This Bloody Fishing Book BFB™ It is Slightly Extremely Good SEG™ and stuff➽ And the other moral of this rereread is Colonel Turyin Mulaghesh I want to be you when I grow up Now let's dance and stuffPS Sigrud YUM just so you know · Book 2 City of Blades ★★★★★· Book 3 City of Miracles ★★★★★March 2017· Aww Yeah We Are So Doing this Again Buddy Reread AYWASDtABR™ with some People of Stupendelicious Good Taste PoSGT™ over at BBB ·Previous rating 8 10 stars I obviously read the book VERY wrong the first time around New rating 20 stars Now that's like it➽ And the moralsssssss of this reread are ① This book is so Bloody Shrimping Scrumptious BSS™ I might die Or worse I might cry shudders ② Bloody shrimping hell I feel like I've been sucker punched Which is slightly orgasmic③ This book features some of the bloody shrimping mostest awesomest final chapters in the history of bloody shrimping mostest awesomest final chapters ED and stuff④ Anyone who hasn't yet read this bloody shrimping book should die a slow painful somewhat excruciating death be kicked out of Goodreads And then fed to the crustaceansPS Shara Mulaghesh Sigrud poof Gone Harem MINE MINE MINEOriginal review January 2016● Mostest Interestingest and Thought Provoking Buddy Read Ever MIaTPBRE™ with my dear wives Choko and Maria ●★ Actual rating 8 10 stars I kid you not ★» Okay I was going to write an ever rambling fangirl unleashing review for this book But I can't Because it's so bloody brilliant not the unborn review the book you silly eyeroll that speechless is me Well or less As speechless as I can get anyway Which is not very speechless But hey you never know you might get lucky one of these days Don't abandon hope all ye who blah blah blah But I digress» So City of Stairs has been sitting on my Kindle for two years What does that tell you about me? That I'm a complete total utter idiot that's what Then again the blurb being what it is it's nothing short of a miracle that I ever considered picking this book up The thing screams pretentious overly descriptive contents inside But I am not afraid and always up for a challenge so I told my little self be bold Be brave You survived Dukes and Mermen and babies oh my You can definitely survive a silly fantasy book about Gods and geopolitics Besides you managed to finish The Eye of the World and therefore became invincible You can do this Sarah Nefarious is you ← self pep talk ends here Which loosely translates to bring on the Murderous Crustaceans I can totally do thisI know I know I said that this book had left me speechless Guess what? I lied Moving on» Now tell me something how often do you come across a truly original uniue world? A world that is complex but so well crafted that even Crappy Historical Romance readers view spoilerI love you too hide spoiler