Daughter Of The Flames

Daughter Of The Flames

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Zahira is a young woman of the conquered Rua people, their country occupied by another, very different culture - the Sedorne. Zahira is an orphan and has been raised to despise and distrust the occupying population, as well as to be a devout follower of the native religion. But everything changes for Zahira when her home and foster family are destroyed and she finds out some shocking truths about her heritage and real family. Realizing that it is up to her to do something about the violence and upheaval that are tearing her country apart, she must learn to accept her Sedorne origins and try to bridge the gap between the warring cultures. But when her own people suspect her of treachery for her ideas - especially after she saves the life of a Sedorne nobleman and begins to fall in love - the epic task ahead of her seems insurmountable...
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 130 x 195 x 27mm | 348g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1406308617
  • 9781406308617
  • 818,976

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"Lyrical, psychological... the stuff of fairy tale, which means in this instance danger and darkness and what we all want - a kiss and a happy ending." The Irish Times on The Swan Kingdom (9780744529272)"
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About Marriot Zoe

Zoe Marriott is the author of the fantasy novel The Swan Kingdom; Daughter of the Flames is her second published book. She works as a civil servant and in her spare time likes to paint, hike and read. She lives in north-east Lincolnshire and has two cats named Echo and Hero.
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2,267 ratings
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4 36% (806)
3 27% (622)
2 8% (175)
1 3% (65)
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