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The Weavers of Alamaxa, Paperback / softback Book

The Weavers of Alamaxa Paperback / softback

Part of the The Alamaxa Duology series

Paperback / softback


'Hadeer Elsbai has written a powerful story of sisterhood, love, and struggle within a rich, vibrant world with complicated characters that leap from the page to smash the patriarchy!' P.

Djèlí Clark, author of A Master of Djinn, on The Daughters of IzdiharFollowing up on one of the most exciting fantasy debuts, The Daughters of Izdihar, Hadeer Elsbai concludes her Alamaxa duology, inspired by Egyptian history, with a tale of magic, betrayal and love. Magic is no longer banned in Alamaxa, but across the border the Zirani are readying their cannons.

They will stop at nothing to end what they perceive is a threat not only to their way of life, but to the world. But the last time a Weaver fought back, the whole world was shattered. Two incredible women are all that stands before an entire army.

But they've stood up to power before, and they won then.

This time, though, it's no longer about rhetoric. This time it's about magic and blood. Praise for this series:'A gorgeous, clever feminist fantasy novel rich with magic, politics, hunger and fire.

An absolute must-read' Tasha Suri, author of The Jasmine Throne 'A wondrously rich fantasy that highlights the true struggle to revolutionize a society. . . a debut not to be missed' Shannon Chakraborty, author of The City of Brass 'Action-packed, magic-filled, and led by two fierce, vividly-rendered women, The Daughters of Izdihar is a compelling and empowering debut' Ava Reid, author of Juniper and Thorn 'A thrilling tale of two women's fight for rights in their patriarchal society, peppered with elemental magic, politics, and a relentless desire for that which is wrongly forbidden.' Andrea Stewart, author of The Bone Shard Daughter 'A powerful fantasy novel filled with clever magic, intriguing politics, and compelling characters who forge a path toward justice, no matter the obstacle' Chelsea Abdullah, author of The Stardust Thief 'An absolutely enthralling tale of two women striving for a better world' Sarah Beth Durst, author of The Queen of Blood 'Magnificent, complex, compelling' Davinia Evans, author of Notorious Sorcerer


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