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0008171653
Book:The Black Khan; Ausma Zehanat Khan:2019 The Black Khan; Ausma Zehanat Khan
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Author: Khan, Ausma Zehanat
Year: 2019
Language: English
Type: Book
Class Number: FANTASY
Category: Fiction
Publisher: Harper Voyager, 2019
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9780008171650
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Originally published: 2018
Sides must be chosen. Truths must be told. Freedoms will be fought for. To battle the cruel and controlling patriarchal force named the Talisman, members of a resistance group, the Companions of Hira, risked their lives to procure the Bloodprint - a sacred text that holds the power to overthrow this terrifying regime. Though they harnessed the magic known as the Claim, their plans now lie in ashes and their number scattered - with the two women at the centre of the plot - Arian and Sinnia - left facing the most harrowing tortures. Yet hope flickers in the darkness. The Bloodprint survived, secreted to Ashfall, seat of the Black Khan. But the Khan's court is built upon shifting layers of intrigue and lethal conspiracy, with enemies whose motives are steeped in the shadows.
Series: The Khorasan Archives, book 2
Additional information: 496 pages, maps (black and white), 20 cm, pbk
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