The Empire of Gold: Book 3 (The Daevabad Trilogy)
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There must be something else we can do, alternatives we should explore” she pleaded, now addressing the elders at the other end of the gold-coated table. Dara is now controlled by Banu Manizheh, the new ruler of Daevabad but starts to question her actions, and gets a conscience of the atrocities carried out.Among other awards and nominations which will be added here soon, the Daevabad Trilogy was nominated for a Hugo Award, a 2021 Best Series finalist. Mikazuki nodded, closing the door as she started walking the perimeter of the room, always making sure to keep as much distance between the two as possible. To be fair, the stark tonal shifts between the Dara chapters, with their despair and torture, to the more adventurous feel of the Ali/Nahri stuff does take a bit of getting used to.
Empire of Gold (TV Series 2013) - Episode list - IMDb
It had everything that I enjoyed about epic fantasy, with the added benefit that it was based, not on the traditional Western European/medieval iconography, but instead on medieval Islamic mythology.All the memories were jumbled, too many bodies and faces, mixing together in a sick and twisted reminiscence.