Multiple Perspectives

The Kingdom of Copper, by S. A. Chakraborty

Five years have passed since the dramatic climax of the first book. We return to Daevabad and some familiar characters. Nahri is married to the crown prince, struggling against the political tension within the palace and the city, whilst continuing her training as a healer. Ali has been banished by his father and assassins sent after him. However, he discovers new abilities which enable him to make a life for himself in the dry and arid North. As the city of Daevabad gears up for an impressive celebration, tensions between the different tribes is at an all-time high and an ominous threat hangs in the air. Read More »