(Kushiel's Dart) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Ø Jacqueline Carey


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Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Jacqueline Carey Kushiel's Dart Free download ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Terre D'Ange un regno fondato dagli angeli e popolato da individui in cui una bellezza mirabile si accompagna a un'incondizionata libertà fisica e mentale Un unico precetto guida infatti le Tredici Case che lo dominano Ama a tuo piacimento Destinata sin dalla tenera età a servire in una delle Case Phèdre è nata con una piccola macchia scarlatta nell'occhio sinistro Per. Just a disclaimer here This will be a very difficult review to write In order to truly review this book I have to talk about my own views on things and how books affect me personally I am opening myself up here which always makes me suirm If you are reading this review and you don t agree with my beliefs on things that s totally fine But I am not going to deny how I feel because that is very important to me when I review a book since I read books emotionally and not from a detached standpoint Having said that let s get this show on the roadI can think of a list of reasons why I should not have liked this book and I will start there1 I really dislike long books As I told a friend on here I am a hit it and uit it reader meaning I like to read shorter to moderate length and occasionally longer books get them read and move onto the next book This book was a massive 901 pages2 Prostitution and paid sex is something that I absolutely detest the thought of It suicks me out that someone would pay for sex or have sex for money or financial supportlivelihood I generally avoid this content like the plague although a big part of my nature is to occasionally challenge myself and my perceptions of the world It s good for me even if the process is painful at times This book has a heroine who is a courtesan although she is called ugly terms that I don t use Not only that her prostitution is a form of worship and honor to one of her dieties if you want to call Fallen angels dieties3 I don t like books where the main characters sleep with a lot of people during the book Promiscuity and sleeping around is another area that I am just not comfortable with I especially don t like reading about sex with no loveemotional bond This book was kind of interesting in that Phedre s sex is a form of worship She didn t love most of the people she was intimate with but she loved Elua Naamah and Kushiel and that was expressed through her sex with her patrons The genesis of the sacred nature of sex in this culture relates to the fact that the angel Naamah would lay with strangers to support Elua and the angels as they traveled through the Terre D Ange It s probably necessary to mention that the patron can be male or female Elua s dictate is Love as thou wilt which eliminates any stigma to same sex relationships Although I am of a malefemale romance reader I don t necessarily dislike same sex interactions so that wasn t a huge issue for me4 I am very vanilla about sex Meaning I don t like reading about kinky dark twisted sex at all I especially don t like reading about sadomasochisticpainfulhumiliating sex I don t understand that need and it s not something that I personally feel okay about The main character in this story is a masochist She was pricked by Kushiel who is the angel who is the keeper of Hell and punishes the lost That punishment is out of love to save their souls Phedre possessing Kushiel s Dart marks one of her dark brown eyes with a dash of red which is a visible manifestation of her being favored or cursed to have a physiology which made pain pleasurable for her including emotional pain which means that she got sexually aroused by being humiliated or forced or treated badly by her partner I m not going to go into detail here I think you could use your imagination I ll just leave it with two words to express my feelings Ick Factor Most of the sex scenes were very uncomfortable for me to read In the author s defense this book has very elegant sex scenes for the subject matter Somehow she managed to avoid them coming off as repulsive and tawdry My repulsion was based on my own comfort zones being exceeded instead of deliberate acts of prurience on the author s part5 I typically don t care for stories with a lot of political intrigue and situations Surprisingly I found that I really got into that aspect of this story and I was uite enthralled with the tangled web of conspiracies against members of the royal family and nobles I believe it was because Ms Carey did a great job of entwining Phedre into this Gordian Knot in a very intimate manner through her adoptive father Anafiel Delaunay Phedre becomes Delaunay s bondservant and is trained to be a master spy as well as courtesan Her skills aid him in his secret avocation to the royal family hearing and seeing all in the line of her duties as a courtesan6 The whole cultural set up of this story is very different from what I am used to Surprisingly this part was the easiest thing to get past When I read fantasy I expect that the author will build her own world from the ground up and that might include other religious beliefs It s easier for me if the author founds a whole new religious world divorced from the real world I can easily separate myself from what I know and accept the concepts from the story and read it with a fresh mind In this book Ms Carey takes a left turn from Christianity and creates a world in which the main diety worshipped Elua is the son of Jesus blood from when he was wounded on the cross and its union with Mother Earth The other members of the pantheon are angels that chose to fall to accompany Elua in his exile In other words turning their back on God to follow Elua The people with these beliefs are called D Angelines because they live in the country founded by Elua and his Angels called Terre D Ange Land of the Angel in French Christianity still exists in the world and its practitioners are called Yeshuites after Jesus Hebrew name of Yeshua I believe there are also Muslims but they are called Akkadians The people who correspond to the Celts and Picts of Alba Britain and Eire Ireland have their own beliefs and the Skaldi who are like Norsemen worship the Norse pantheon Even though it was pretty different I thought it was a pretty creative cultural genesis that Ms Carey accomplished in this storyYes that s a lot of reasons why I shouldn t have liked this book Despite these things I loved this book It was fascinating It kept my interest I cared about the characters Phedre was a heroine that I loved I didn t like her assignations and I would sort of roll my eyes when she took another one much like Joscelin did But I liked her as a person I could see that she was being true to herself and I couldn t fault her for that I loved how she came from very humble origins and made something wonderful of herself I loved her loyalty and her caring heart I loved how clever she was She used every thing she had been taught and all her assets to accomplish what needed to be done Even though I didn t always like what she did I respect why she did it It was profound to see how her view of herself and her place in the world changed People looked down on her for being a whore but she was a great spymaster a diplomat and an incredible tactitian I cheered for her to find her rightful place in her world because she earned that after all she d suffered and lost I loved Joscelin as well Although he was a bit judgmental at times so was Phedre towards him but in a different way It was very clear how devoted to her he was and he was very true to his beliefs following Cassiel the angel who still loved God but felt that he had to follow Elua out of loyalty I admired that he made sacrifices to follow his beliefs but his love for Phedre often caused him to break his vows which in a way showed how true to following Cassiel he was Even though he was not the main character my mind always went back to him wanting to see what he was doing and how he reacted to the situations around him All the characters were real and lifelike some in a good way some in a bad way But there weren t any disposable characters in this story even if they played small roles And when some of the characters I grew to love got harmed and died it made for painful reading At first I had a lot of trouble with all the names of the characters and people and countries But after a while it started to make sense and I was able to connect them to an existing frame of reference pretty well I think it was pretty brilliantly conceived The various peoples were extremely culturally distinct and I really appreciated the time that Ms Carey took to explore their cultures It was interesting how the D Angelines had a lot of cultural superiority that they had to get past in order to face a huge threat from within and from the warlike intimidating Skaldi raceWhat surprised me was that I found the military aspects very fascinating Maybe I shouldn t be surprised because I ve always had an admiration for warriors and the culture of warriors I thought that seeing the battles and war unfold through Phedre s eyes was very interesting I liked seeing how she used her particular skill set to aid her country in winning the war The sacrifices she made for her country were very admirable She showed that although she wasn t a warrior in the traditional sense her heart was that of a warrior willing to give everything to win and prevail even if that involved personal sacrifice and surrenderThis was a deep book It took me through a gamut of emotions many not comfortable at all It truly was epic and I really didn t get bored surprisingly considering its length and complexity There were some very unpalatable aspects to this story and the values seemed very alien to what I feel I hold sacred However underneath there is a commonality Love is sacrifice love is giving When something is important to a person one devotes herself to it Even though the creeds of the people in this book seemed alien I could identify with the idea of holding something sacred in life and that dictating one s actions As one can imagine it s not easy to sum up my thoughts on a book that is so long and rather complicated I think I have done as best as I can and I won t make this review any longer than necessary I have to be honest and say I highly doubt I ll keep reading this series It s a huge investment of my time and energy when books are this long And since it took me to some uncomfortable places I m not sure I want to go through that process any with the following books In my mind I want to think of Phedre and Joscelin being happy able to find a compromise that works for both of them and having a great love I want to leave things that way The good thing is this book is a keeper and will have fond memories of these characters who came to mean so much to me Perhaps I will reread this book one day to revisit this fascinating world of the D Angelines ظفار - الثورة في التاريخ العماني المعاصر popolato da individui in cui una bellezza mirabile si accompagna a un'incondizionata libertà fisica e mentale Un unico The Invisible Art The Legends of Movie Matte Painting precetto guida infatti le Tredici Case che lo dominano Ama a tuo Dating Mr Darcy The Smart Girl's Guide to Sensible Romance piacimento Destinata sin dalla tenera età a servire in una delle Case Phèdre è nata con una وادي الدماء piccola macchia scarlatta nell'occhio sinistro Per. Just a disclaimer here This will be a very difficult review to write In order to truly review this book I have to talk about my own views on things and how books affect me Der Sohn Der Zeit paid sex is something that I absolutely detest the thought of It suicks me out that someone would Gaia's Secret pay for sex or have sex for money or financial supportlivelihood I generally avoid this content like the CAHIERS DU RYTHME VOL.3 RYTHMES IMPAIRS & TIHAIS (PARTITIONS) plague although a big Lặng yên dưới vực sâu part of my nature is to occasionally challenge myself and my Lukec in njegov škorec ; Pestrna perceptions of the world It s good for me even if the Acciaio process is Čudesni svet Đorđa Lobačeva painful at times This book has a heroine who is a courtesan although she is called ugly terms that I don t use Not only that her A Warriner to Rescue Her prostitution is a form of worship and honor to one of her dieties if you want to call Fallen angels dieties3 I don t like books where the main characters sleep with a lot of Il libretto rosso dei partigiani people during the book Promiscuity and sleeping around is another area that I am just not comfortable with I especially don t like reading about sex with no loveemotional bond This book was kind of interesting in that Phedre s sex is a form of worship She didn t love most of the Doctor Who Agent Provocateur 1 people she was intimate with but she loved Elua Naamah and Kushiel and that was expressed through her sex with her Doctor Who Agent Provocateur patrons The genesis of the sacred nature of sex in this culture relates to the fact that the angel Naamah would lay with strangers to support Elua and the angels as they traveled through the Terre D Ange It s Writers of the Black Chicago Renaissance probably necessary to mention that the Basilisk Basilisk #1 patron can be male or female Elua s dictate is Love as thou wilt which eliminates any stigma to same sex relationships Although I am of a malefemale romance reader I don t necessarily dislike same sex interactions so that wasn t a huge issue for me4 I am very vanilla about sex Meaning I don t like reading about kinky dark twisted sex at all I especially don t like reading about sadomasochisticpainfulhumiliating sex I don t understand that need and it s not something that I バジリスク〜甲賀忍法帖〜(5) personally feel okay about The main character in this story is a masochist She was Love and Limerence: The Experience of Being in Love pricked by Kushiel who is the angel who is the keeper of Hell and Les Gardiens de la lagune (Grands détectives) punishes the lost That La plomberie en PER, PVC et multicouche (Les cahiers du bricolage) punishment is out of love to save their souls Phedre Les cinq gardiens de la parole perdue possessing Kushiel s Dart marks one of her dark brown eyes with a dash of red which is a visible manifestation of her being favored or cursed to have a Fais pas dans le porno physiology which made La guerre des Clans - Etoile du tigre et Sacha - tome 2 En fuite ! -illustrée- (2) (Hors collection sériel) pain Sardine de l'espace - Tome 7 - Pizza Tomik (Sardine de l'espace, 7) pleasurable for her including emotional La guerre des clans : La dernière prophétie (Cycle II), Tome 3 : Aurore (Hors collection sériel) pain which means that she got sexually aroused by being humiliated or forced or treated badly by her The Rook - Au servie surnaturel de sa Majesté 1 (1) prurience on the author s Des mots sans culottes part5 I typically don t care for stories with a lot of El turco: Diez siglos a las puertas de Europa (Historia) political intrigue and situations Surprisingly I found that I really got into that aspect of this story and I was uite enthralled with the tangled web of conspiracies against members of the royal family and nobles I believe it was because Ms Carey did a great job of entwining Phedre into this Gordian Knot in a very intimate manner through her adoptive father Anafiel Delaunay Phedre becomes Delaunay s bondservant and is trained to be a master spy as well as courtesan Her skills aid him in his secret avocation to the royal family hearing and seeing all in the line of her duties as a courtesan6 The whole cultural set up of this story is very different from what I am used to Surprisingly this Enquête dans le brouillard (Roman) part was the easiest thing to get La ballade de Pern - intégrale past When I read fantasy I expect that the author will build her own world from the ground up and that might include other religious beliefs It s easier for me if the author founds a whole new religious world divorced from the real world I can easily separate myself from what I know and accept the concepts from the story and read it with a fresh mind In this book Ms Carey takes a left turn from Christianity and creates a world in which the main diety worshipped Elua is the son of Jesus blood from when he was wounded on the cross and its union with Mother Earth The other members of the Nips XI Takeaways people with these beliefs are called D Angelines because they live in the country founded by Elua and his Angels called Terre D Ange Land of the Angel in French Christianity still exists in the world and its Josefine Mutzenbacher oder Die Geschichte einer wienerischen Dirne von ihr selbst erzählt practitioners are called Yeshuites after Jesus Hebrew name of Yeshua I believe there are also Muslims but they are called Akkadians The The Prestige pretty different I thought it was a Dari Subuh hingga Malam pretty creative cultural genesis that Ms Carey accomplished in this storyYes that s a lot of reasons why I shouldn t have liked this book Despite these things I loved this book It was fascinating It kept my interest I cared about the characters Phedre was a heroine that I loved I didn t like her assignations and I would sort of roll my eyes when she took another one much like Joscelin did But I liked her as a Petites habitudes, grandes réussites: 51 pratiques inspirantes pour devenir la meilleure version de soi-même (EYROLLES) person I could see that she was being true to herself and I couldn t fault her for that I loved how she came from very humble origins and made something wonderful of herself I loved her loyalty and her caring heart I loved how clever she was She used every thing she had been taught and all her assets to accomplish what needed to be done Even though I didn t always like what she did I respect why she did it It was Développez votre site web avec le framework Symfony3 (OpenClassrooms) profound to see how her view of herself and her Leaving Atlanta A Novel place in the world changed People looked down on her for being a whore but she was a great spymaster a diplomat and an incredible tactitian I cheered for her to find her rightful Dictionnaire amoureux de Mozart place in her world because she earned that after all she d suffered and lost I loved Joscelin as well Although he was a bit judgmental at times so was Phedre towards him but in a different way It was very clear how devoted to her he was and he was very true to his beliefs following Cassiel the angel who still loved God but felt that he had to follow Elua out of loyalty I admired that he made sacrifices to follow his beliefs but his love for Phedre often caused him to break his vows which in a way showed how true to following Cassiel he was Even though he was not the main character my mind always went back to him wanting to see what he was doing and how he reacted to the situations around him All the characters were real and lifelike some in a good way some in a bad way But there weren t any disposable characters in this story even if they Extrait Les Derniers Jours de Rabbit Hayes played small roles And when some of the characters I grew to love got harmed and died it made for Fighting the Inevitable FTI Saga #1 painful reading At first I had a lot of trouble with all the names of the characters and Fairy Oak people and countries But after a while it started to make sense and I was able to connect them to an existing frame of reference Vogliamo tutto pretty well I think it was MEMENTO DU CONDUCTEUR DE TRAVAUX: PREPARATION ET SUIVI DE CHANTIER POUR LES MARCHES PUBLICS ET PRIVES (EYROLLES) peoples were extremely culturally distinct and I really appreciated the time that Ms Carey took to explore their cultures It was interesting how the D Angelines had a lot of cultural superiority that they had to get Mon cahier de vacances PatPatrouille PS vers la MS 3/4 ans (PatPatrouille vacances) past in order to face a huge threat from within and from the warlike intimidating Skaldi raceWhat surprised me was that I found the military aspects very fascinating Maybe I shouldn t be surprised because I ve always had an admiration for warriors and the culture of warriors I thought that seeing the battles and war unfold through Phedre s eyes was very interesting I liked seeing how she used her Strate-à-gemmes (Science-fiction) particular skill set to aid her country in winning the war The sacrifices she made for her country were very admirable She showed that although she wasn t a warrior in the traditional sense her heart was that of a warrior willing to give everything to win and Dealing Flesh: A Good Girl's Journey through Sex Addiction & How She Became an Authentic Woman prevail even if that involved Cómo Doblar tu Velocidad de Lectura en una Tarde person one devotes herself to it Even though the creeds of the Trouver Le Bon Job Grâce Au Réseau people in this book seemed alien I could identify with the idea of holding something sacred in life and that dictating one s actions As one can imagine it s not easy to sum up my thoughts on a book that is so long and rather complicated I think I have done as best as I can and I won t make this review any longer than necessary I have to be honest and say I highly doubt I ll keep reading this series It s a huge investment of my time and energy when books are this long And since it took me to some uncomfortable Nattends pas que les orages passent et apprends à danser sous la pluie (Romans Eyrolles) places I m not sure I want to go through that White Brother Disposal process any with the following books In my mind I want to think of Phedre and Joscelin being happy able to find a compromise that works for both of them and having a great love I want to leave things that way The good thing is this book is a keeper and will have fond memories of these characters who came to mean so much to me Perhaps I will reread this book one day to revisit this fascinating world of the D Angelines

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Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Jacqueline Carey Kushiel's Dart Free download ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Molti un difetto irrimediabile Per altri un segno rarissimo e sconvolgente il Dardodi Kushiel il marchio che contraddistingue le anguissette coloro che possono mescolare la sofferenza e il piacere per natura e non per costrizione Ma uando il nobile Delaunay la riscatta il futuro di Phèdre si apre verso l'ignoto non consumerà i suoi giorni come perfetta cortigiana diventer. There is this new guy at my office The moment I learned he used to work at BN I wanted to run to his desk and start hounding him about books Then I thought Don t scare him off Pace yourself I started stealthy checking the cover of the books he d read during lunch I tested the waters before team meetings dropping the names of authors from different genres Turns out he reads a lot of fantasy which is great I have always enjoyed the genre and seem to lean heavily toward it this year When I mentioned this book he started blushing It piued my interest immediately He stammered a little and won t out right recommend it but I knew When I got back to my desk a few minutes later there was the confirmation An email clarifying that he really loved it Read the series seven times I started the book two days later I would hold it at weird angles to hide the half nude woman on the cover from other completely oblivious people at the airport in the hotel outside museums on the subway I read 300 pages during a weekend trip to New York City This book distracted me from the big city people I am impressed by this debut It is beautifully written Sure the sentences are a little convoluted Foreshadowing is rampant The phrase my lord peppers the pages If only I d known in my na ve blossoming then mayhap my beloved my lord may have lived to see his oath satisfied and his dear homeland avenged and dipped in honey I ll admit it got old I will also confess I was moderately confused throughout the whole book Even now I think I only really understood 85% of the intrigue The book is intricately plotted to borrow from Robert Jordan s blurb Battles oaths secrets revenge alliances betrayals and politics abound It poses a healthy challenge to keep up And the characters oh the characters They are all well drawn Not only could I tell them apart I actually cared if they lived or died Phedre s relationship with Joscelin morphs in fascinating and subtle ways Speaking of which Carey has an excellent sense of pacing The book spans over a decade and is already over 900 pages long She craftily speeds up a few sections while telling me just enough Last there is strong world building I normally find invented religions boring but hers is poetic and important to the plot In fact everything is essential to the plot For being so long the book is oddly concise Given all these positive feelings I am surprised the book is not better known I would expect a Patrick Rothfuss scale excitement when her name is mentioned It is time for The Talk Maybe one sixth of the book is full of sex Some of it is standard sparsely detailed sex the type and freuency you expect in this type of fantasy novel Some of it could isolate readers Think whips punches blades humiliation That kind Remember in crude terms Phedre is a prostitute who experiences pleasure through pain In nuanced terms she is a highly intelligent spy marked by their gods and respected by the highest echelons of society Bisexuality is also accepted in this world It takes a lot to offend me when reading These scenes tested my limits They puzzled me too She likes that Upside down in chains But Carey s writing is ever elegant and thoughtful She helped me understand Phedre s perspective and find the entertainment value Most importantly every scene is integral to the plot They reveal Phedre s strength of purpose her occasional self hate her shrewd gauge of people political intrigues relationship progressions and so forth I cannot guarantee you can stomach these scenes But I won t let it turn you away from at least trying the book They are not graphic and extended Just think of them as adding a little spice A sprinkling of cayenne pepper on dark chocolate Beware that the book differs from a canonical fantasy novel in some aspects There are no sentient creatures other than humans Magic is limited to a couple fortune tellers and a mysterious force who commands the waters between two kingdoms There is however a medieval type setting and lots of lore If you are a fan of epic fantasy novels and can handle this type of sexual content I would 100% recommend this book to you And although it is part one of a trilogy the ending is conclusive You can clearly see the direction of the next book but there is no great cliff hanger I very much appreciate this While I obviously enjoyed this one I would have resented being forced into reading another 900 pages so soon

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Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Jacqueline Carey Kushiel's Dart Free download ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub à una spia Il regno di Terre d'Ange infatti è inuieto e agitato e Delaunay vuole scoprire chi sta tramando nell'ombra Un'eroina conturbante una saga animata da poeti e cortigiani regine e sacerdoti guerrieri principi errabondi; un'epopea immersa in un'atmosfera che ricorda Le mille e una notte e che si snoda fra intrighi di corte e relazioni pericolose viaggi e rivelazion. DNF at 21% Finally A DNF Believe it or not it s been such a long time since I added a book to my beloved DNF Graveyard that my murderous babies were getting super concerned and stuff So much so that they even considered calling Dr Prawn to the rescue eyeroll Foolish if bloodthirsty crustaceans can be so foolish if bloodthirsty sometimes Worry not homicidal children mine for your beloved father still is as easily peeved and bored as ever Yay and stuffOkay I don t want to spend the rest of my life hours ranting about this book so let the crap be cut dramatically So I kinda sorta like Carey s prose maybe a little perhaps BUT Call me weird and a ridiculously over principled old fashioned shrimp but auctioning 16 year olds virginity and institutionalizing prostitution in the name of a religion doesn t sit very well with me Neither do objectifying and humiliating people for one s personal enjoyment Utterly Boring Boredom of Boredness UBBoB is me uod erat demonstrandum methinks Call me stupid and silly and stuff but the medieval France inspired setting and ensuing excessive use of French names and words bugged the fish out of me being somewhat 3845866% French I think I have the lawfully lawful right to be ever so slightly exasperated here Still I have to admit the narrator did a pretty good job with the pronunciation I don t think she mispronounced a single annoying French word or name at any time while I was listening to this most fascinating book Which is very lucky for my phone Eminently Nefarious Listening Device ENLD I probably would have thrown it into the deepest depths of my cherished Mariana Trench had it not been for Ms Flosnik s Otherworldly Pronunciation Skills OPS So Pop Goes the Weasel Phew Goes my SNLD and stuff And the moral of this I Might Be Ancient and Ever Decaying But the Force of the DNF is Still With Me So Yay and Stuff All Hope Is Not Lost and the World Will Not End Just Yet Crappy Non Review IMBAaEDBtFotDNFiSWMSYaSAHINLatWWNEJYCNR is I think there s a moderately good chance I uite possibly didn t like this book very much Not sure though I might have to get back to you on that later Much much much later Say in 2458 or something MaybePS Now patiently waiting for the Ph dre Tattooed Hordes of Doom PTHoD to unleash their vindictive legions on me for DNFing reading this book right wrong But hey I m not scared I ve got Lucinda my pet ninja hamster to defend me and stuff view spoiler hide spoiler


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    (Kushiel's Dart) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Ø Jacqueline Carey Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Jacqueline Carey Read Kushiel's Dart Just a disclaimer here This will be a very difficult review to write In order to truly review this book I have to talk about my own views on things and how books affect me personally I am opening myself up here which always makes me suirm If you are reading this review and you don't agree with my beliefs on things that's

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    Jacqueline Carey ´ 9 review Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Jacqueline Carey Read Kushiel's Dart I enjoyed this a lot at first in a stupid trashy way but got bored after a while which is why I took so long to finish it I think it reaches its height of trashy fun in Terre d'Ange; all the bits with Phedre living with the Skaldic tribes getting away from them in the wintry tundra etc etc drag a lot for me Maybe it's just 'cos swep

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    Read Kushiel's Dart (Kushiel's Dart) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Ø Jacqueline Carey The first thing everyone usually talks about regarding the Kushiel books is the sex so I'll get it out of the way first SM not for the faint of heart absolutely integral to the plot It's easy to summarize the book very briefly or very in depth; it's almost impossible to do anything in between so I'll keep it brief; Phedre is an elite courtesan in Terre D'Ange a land whose residents boast traces of angelic blood in their veins She

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    (Kushiel's Dart) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Ø Jacqueline Carey ☠ DNF at 21% Finally A DNF Believe it or not it’s been such a long time since I added a book to my beloved DNF Graveyard that my murderous babies were getting super concerned and stuff So much so that they even considered calling Dr Prawn to the rescue eyeroll Foolish—if bloodthirsty—crustaceans can be so foolish

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    (Kushiel's Dart) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Ø Jacqueline Carey Read Kushiel's Dart This book is so overwrought so full of tangled convoluted prose that I found it hard to take seriously The world instead of being built up as an original creation seems to be taken fairly whole cloth from the French Court of Louis XIV I know everybody steals but the best writers steal the most and I could have used some depth of inspirationThen of course there is the sex The constant rampant submissive fetishy 'painpl

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