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The Blue EyeAn rule The BloodprintBut after a vicious battle the arcane tome has slipped once beyond her reach Despite being separated and nearly losing their lives Arian's band of allies has remained united Yet now the group seems to be fracturing To continue the fight Arian must make a dangerous journey to a distant city to recruit new allies But instead of her. This is one of the best fantasy series I have ever read The third installment is just as great as the previous two I can’t wait for be last one in the series The writing is intense and grabs you from the first sentence The perfect balance of strong female characters romance action and an interwoven historic and spiritual backdrop It comments on the state of the world today while also showing the hope that needs to be awoken in each of us Once again like the other books in this series the female characters are so real and relatable And yet again the ladies are saving the day

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The Companions of Hira have used their cunning and their magic in the battle against the patriarchal The Blue EpubTalisman an organization whose virulently conservative agenda restricts free thought One of the most accomplished Companions Arian continues to lead a disparate group in pursuit of the one artifact that could end the Talisman's authoritari. I've been trying to figure out what to put in this review It's difficult because a I love Ausma Zehanat Khan so writing a thoughtful review that is than just fan girling is hard and b there's so much going on in this book and this series that I want to both avoid spoilers but still convince people to read the books It is a series that among people I know is underrated and under readThe Blue Eye is book three in The Khorasan Archives a Fantasy series that features a uniue magical structure strong female protagonists and a Middle Eastern setting that I can't get enough of in the genre Many characters are morally gray with often selfish motives but the truly evil villains like The One Eyed Preacher and his followers known as the Talisman call to mind the horrors of modern religious zealots which lends an eerie realism to the seriesThe Blue Eye is dark There's still no happy ending at least not yet and nearly everyone's motives are suspect Our heroines suffer greatly Previously concealed identities are revealed and the answers are shocking It's action packed and there were many moments when I read on with my heart in my throat fearing for my favorite charactersI think the thing I love most about this series though is something that has become even clearer in this third installment The system of magic and power is tied to The Claim the sacred religious text of all Khorasan As a reader the idea of words and stories whether fables or histories being the center of strength and power is beautiful and relatable I am both looking forward to the final installment of The Khorasan Archives which should be out later this year and dreading it I am sure there will be loss heartbreak but I am hopeful that Khan will end the series on a high note and that Good will triumph over Evil I'm willing to send her chocolate and all the cat pictures she could possible want if she'll take bribes

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Download ☆ The Blue Eye Ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ ❤ The Blue Eye free download ➞ Author Ausma Zehanat Khan – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk The Companions of Hira have used their cunning and their magic in the battle against the patriarchal Talisman an organization whose Trusted friends she is accompanied by associates she may no longer be able to trustBuilding on the brilliance of The Bloodprint and The Black Khan this third volume in the Khorasan Archive series ratchets up the danger taking the conflict to a darker deadlier place and setting the stage for the thrilling conclusion to this acclaimed ownvoices fantasy. I liked this book better than the second but I’m not sure it’s a conclusion The author could just leave it there but it certainly sounds to me like there is at least another book I want another book to tie things together and because I’m not done with the characters