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The change in cultural background for the fantasy setting is a nice break from your more traditional western swords and sorcery.
An amazing debut with fun, well drawn characters, strong plotting and well written action sequences, good use of culture and invention.
The more I rehash what happened in the book and the characters that were part of it the more I realize how much I enjoyed this story.
Great Book! I really enjoyed it. Some authors when giving descriptions tend to ramble on and it can get pretty boring. Read morePublished 5 days ago by S. Pace
The world-building and characterization was excellent, rich and colorful. Though a fantasy (with sorcery and ghuls and shapeshifting) there was a dimension of realism to the... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Ann
I can not say enough good things about it. Great world building and great character development. A little bloody but that's the nature of the genre. Highly recommend!Published 1 month ago by Jane Random
In general, this isn't the sort of book that I enjoy much any more: A fairly straightforward adventure story, with few real surprises, and which by that halfway point is clearly... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beau Yarbrough
Recently I have been trying to expand my fantasy collection and stumbled upon this gem. It's gripping a read and I may be a tiny bit in love with the Falcon Prince, whether or not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by AdoraBelleDearheart
Interesting read with a particularly satisfying ending unlike most of what I have read of late.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed this book. If you are tiring of the typical mythological orientation of fantasy, the world Ahmed constructs from scraps of middle Eastern mythologies and histories may... Read morePublished 2 months ago by gman
Neat premise to move fantasy out of Western European tropes, but instead subtitutes them nearly one for one with well known middle-eastern motifs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J