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Review of ‘The Kingdom of Copper’

Nahri thought she was going to be a doctor. As a grifter in Cairo, she saved up in the hope that one day she’d be able to afford to study at a university that would take a woman. When she accidentally summoned the ancient warrior Dara and learned of her own Daeva heritage at the…

Interview with S.A. Chakraborty

An emotionally devastating, character-driven novel that also succeeds in building out its complex world, The Kingdom of Copper is further proof that the Daevabad trilogy is on its way to becoming a modern fantasy classic. We talked to S.A. Chakraborty about the mythology that inspired her novels, why she added a new point-of-view character and more.

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