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The Legacy Human (Book 1)
The Duality Bridge (Book 2)
The Illusory Prophet (Book 3)
The Last Mystic (Book 4)
STORIES OF SINGULARITY
Open Minds (Book 1)
Closed Hearts (Book 2)
Free Souls (Book 3)
Mind Games (Book 4) - novella
The Handler (Book 5) - novella
The Scribe (Book 6) - novella
Keeper (Book 7) - novella
Locked Tight (Book 1)
Cracked Open (Book 2)
Broken Wide (Book 3)
The Locksmith (Book 4) - novella
THE ROYALS OF DHARIA
Third Daughter (Book 1)
Second Daughter (Book 2)
First Daughter (Book 3)
LIRIUM: Season One
WRAITH: Season Two
Sue's website: SusanKayeQuinn.com
About the Author
Susan Kaye Quinn is a rocket scientist turned speculative fiction author who now uses her PhD to invent cool stuff in books. Her works range from gritty Future-Noir to philosophical HopePunk, with side trips into royal steampunk romance and middle grade fantasy. Her bestselling novels and short stories have been optioned for Virtual Reality, translated into German and French, and featured in several anthologies.
She writes full-time from Chicago, inventing mind powers and dreaming of the Singularity.
Visit her website: SusanKayeQuinn.com
- ASIN : B00NGWRJS0
- Publisher : Twisted Space LLC (September 29, 2014)
- Publication date : September 29, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 3479 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 367 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #234,393 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Twists and turns and adventure cover the pages of this last novel. Of the three Royals of Dharia books in this trilogy, First Daughter is the most exciting and filled with the most action! The book was very fast paced.
Aniri grew and changed so much in the course of these three books, coming into her own as a soon-to-be queen of her own kingdom. Each of the sisters of Dharia; Seledri, Nahali, and Aniri grew into their own by the end of this trilogy. I loved how their bond of sisterhood was the strongest in the end and seeing their love for each other as they fought for each other and their kingdoms was wonderful to behold. I loved how different each of the sisters were in their personalities, their actions and their political predicaments.
A great ending to a fantastic, steampunkian and historically-angled trilogy!
Aniri began this series as a child in many ways. By the ending of this book she was an adult, and, more importantly, a wonderful Queen. I really enjoyed her as a character, on her own and interacting with her sisters, husband, and friends.
This was such a satisfying ending to this series. I understand the author is planning a second series set in this world and I cannot wait.
Highly recommended reading for anyone who loves fantasy/adventure books with a dab of Steampunk and a dash of romance.
Of course, because this is First Daughter, we get to see more of Nahali, Aniri's oldest sister. Oh my goodness. . .I'm not sure if this is a treat or not. Yikes! Even I was intimidated by her! However, Aniri being her witty, charming, and loveable self, can win any heart to her side, and in the end, some hearts might even surprise you.
If you haven't read this trilogy, you need to! I read a lot of books, but these will always stay with me. I think that says a lot!
Once again, the Third Daughter plunges into the fray unlike other princesses. Complete the journey with Aniri yourself to understand why I gave these books 5 stars each!
I highly recommend this book to be read after reading, The Third Daughter ( The Royals of Dharia, Book One ) & The Second Daughter, ( The Royals of Dharia, Book Two).
Top reviews from other countries
The Royals of Dharia (3 Book Series) by Susan Kaye Quinn
Given the titles of the subsequent books, I was pleasantly surprised to see they are both still written from the perspective of Amiri, the Third Daughter. In the first book, you fall in love with this independent young woman, so I am glad to see how the story develops through her eyes.
At the start of the second book we discover that Seledri, the Second Daughter of Dharia, has been poisoned, so Amiri postpones her wedding to go care for her sister. This is complicated by the fact that Seledri, is is also married to the man in line for the Samir throne, but all is not at peace there, and it looks as if all is heading towards war.
The third book looks at Nahali, the First Daughter of Dharia, who has to take over from her mother who is injured, to be acting Queen of Dharia in this time of war. In the role that she was born for can she work with her younger sister Amiri to achieve peace, or is she more concerned with her reputation and rule?
I read these books in a few days, I really enjoyed them.
I hadn't realised that they were written in "Bollywood style" until I read the reviews after writing my own a few days ago. Having chosen the book based on title and author's name (Q in my list, if you're following), I had no idea. Yet, in my mind's eye, I did place the story in the kind of Indoasian landscape, whether it's 'realistic' or not, totally bypassed me as I'm used to reading fantasy.
Similarly I hadn't come across Steampunk as a specific literary genre - I just think of it as a fantasy / SciFi crossover - but that really fits, and I will be looking out for more books along these lines.
There are twists and turns in these books, romance, politics, and advancing technology. If only there were dragons, it would be my perfect book!