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Amnar: The Execution [Kindle Edition]

Joely Black
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Book Description

What do you do if your Chosen One turns out to be a monster? Amnar faces exactly that problem. Arist, destined to become the next Guardian Defender, is a nightmare of selfishness and anger wrapped up in a cloud of vindictiveness. In just a few years, she's managed to turn everybody against her, and seems intent on destroying the world she's meant to protect. What's worse is, she's planning to have her own Servant, the hero Arandes Nashima, killed off.

In the course of one day, everybody is forced to face up to the consequences of selecting your leaders based on a fluke of birth, as Arist wreaks havoc around Amnar's Nas Ashca. Accusing Arandes of rape, she takes him to the brink of summary execution, challenging everything this world and its people holds dear.

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  • File Size: 286 KB
  • Print Length: 159 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004TYZO5O
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5.0 out of 5 stars "Amnar: The Execution"-Impossible To Put Down May 26, 2011
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As an avid (obsessive?) fan of "Amnar: The Inheritor". I was so sad when it ended, because I knew that I would most likely have to wait a good while before the author released the next book in that series.

So I truly could NOT have been happier or more excited when she announced that she was publishing "Amnar: The Execution",a book from the trilogy that preceded the "Inheritor" series, because in addition to being new material for us to read, it is written from a completely different segment of that society/world, and fills in a lot of background details (delighting book nerds like me who, very late at night, can be found knee-deep in creating our own flowcharts and/or Excel spreadsheets, gathering, sorting, and analyzing every shred of information in order to ensure that no single stone of details has been left unturned. Or...have I shared too much?).

"The Inheritor" gave us an in-depth look at life primarily lived in The Lower City,(not the province of the monied and the politcally unambitious High City, nor the South City, home of the sickly, the poverty-stricken, and the people considered by Tiome's regime to be the Undesireables;Disposable, really.

But "The Execution" takes place among the hierarchy, groups, and individual leaders who protect and govern the Amnari. At the top of the structure is Isha, the Empress. Then under her are 10 men and women called Capillites who are each responsible for some area of Amnari life. Their stated responsibility is to provide the civilian governments with spiritual direction, should they want or need it.

And then under them are 20 men and women called The Servants, who are assigned 2 to one Capillite. Each pair usually consists of one "Watcher" who is a healer, and a "Warrior".
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More About the Author

I J Black was born in the West Midlands and grew up on a small-holding in Shropshire and then on the South Coast. She wrote her first short stories at school, but studied geography to PhD at Lancaster University, developing a strong interest in history along the way. She has travelled all over the world, and specialises in getting lost in strange cities where she doesn't speak the language. She has been a teacher, a business analyst, self-employed and writes for various blogs and websites online. She regards Amnar as the first chance she's had to put her degrees to good, practical use.


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