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GUARD YOUR HEART. For in The Midnight Sea, Kate Ross delivers a riveting fantasy of unparalleled proportions that stole a piece of mine. And in return, she has planted a memory of a gorgeously cinematic dreamscape inhabited by bold and brilliant characters. It is a thoroughly engaging story filled with action, suspense, and romance. I want more memories—I want more of The Midnight Sea.
After witnessing the death of her baby sister by an Undead, Nazafareen wants revenge. When an opportunity to join the King’s elite Water Dogs presents itself, she volunteers. All she knows is that to become a Water Dog, you must bond with a daēva—glorified slaves with powerful magic to wield against the Undead. But when she meets Darius with his soulful, ice blue eyes, the line between master and slave are blurred. Bonded through a magical cuff, Nazafareen not only controls his power, she knows his every emotions. The bond is intricate, wholly invasive, emotional jarring and yet somehow harmonious—comforting—and a forbidden romance is born that is deeply heartfelt and heart-healing.
When the holy fire used to forge the magical cuffs is stolen, Nazafareen and Darius are forced on a deadly mission that will not only pitch them against Undead enemies in the north and a young conqueror in the west, but they will also discover the secrets of Darius's past—a secret that will have Nazafareen question his slavery and her own loyalty to the empire.
The Midnight Sea isn't without some minor quibbles, but that would be like splitting hairs and I have enough split ends as it is. There is so much to love about this book. My favorite aspect of this richly imagined dark fantasy is that Ms.Read more ›
I don't read a lot of epic fantasy these days, though it constituted almost my entire reading diet when I was younger. Thus it's always a pleasure to discover a fantasy realm that's totally original and compelling, one I can sink into the way I used to sink into the worlds created by Tolkien, Le Guin, McCaffrey, and Donaldson. That's exactly how I felt while reading Ross's novel; the history of the realm, the mythology of the Druj, the physical description of the various environments, and the characterization of the multiple peoples, both evil and good, were so brilliantly realized I felt completely immersed in a "real" place.Read more ›
The Midnight Sea is the story of Nazafareen, and her “good” daeva, or demon, Darius. In this world they use the good demons, or demons who have been trained in the way of the light to defeat the bad demons- the Druj. Humans with powers, or the capability of having powers (I was a little unclear as to this part) are linked with a daeva, which creates a bond between them and their powers. It makes them stronger, allowing them to kill the Druj. But in the case of Nazafareen and Darius it also caused them to get closer and closer with one another. I loved this aspect of The Midnight Sea. It made for a really great, slow burn romance.
My only gripe about the story is that I wish it came with a glossary of terms and a map at the start of the story. Kat Ross has created a very intricate world with a lot of moving parts and new names, and I would have loved to have some context before I started reading. She does give a note to the readers at the end of the story that explain where in history we can place this story, and I loved that extra, but I think it would have worked better at the start of a story…with a map. Maybe it is just me, but I believe that every fantasy story should come with a map of the world. It helps me visualize as I am reading.Read more ›
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I have not, at least not in a longtime, read a book that I did not want to put down.
This book took me to another world. Read more
You often hear that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but lets be honest. Many of us are guilty of the practice. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Austine @ NovelKnight
Nazafareen is willing to do anything to avenge the death of her little sister. For a young girl in s nomadic tribe, however, there isn't a lot of opportunities for revenge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephanie Tiner
I stumbled across this book completely by chance. As the story goes, one day The Midnight Sea popped up in my Goodreads feed, the cover attracted my attention and so I checked out... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laura
The Midnight Sea by Kat Ross is an incredibly told, incredibly addictive and straight out fantastic fantasy that is perfect for fans of Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rachel @ The Rest Is Still Unwritten
Reviewed first on Brooke Blogs - [...] - Even though I received this book for review purposes, only my honest opinion is contained herein. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brooke Bumgardner
When promised a fantasy with fresh concept and forbidden romance, there’s no doubt in my mind I’ll request the ARC and cross my fingers I’m one of the lucky ones who’ll get to read... Read morePublished 2 months ago by U.S. - Brazil BR
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The Midnight Sea is a tale of magic and forbidden love, set in ancient Persia. Let me repeat that. Read more
An absolutely fantastic book! Can hardly wait for the second one. If you like the feel of Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials, you should check out this book.Published 2 months ago by Christa
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