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    A fine, inventive, immersive read.

    This is the second, just published, volume of this trilogy; and I will have trouble waiting for the third. These books are elegant and so immersive, that it is difficult to remember that there are no djinni in the middle-east when you emerge: but wait, maybe there are and that accounts for the stranger things that we read everyday.
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    A solid installment to the series

    With the aftermath of events in The City of Brass in recent memory, can Nahri build bridges and forge a new future for her people? The Kingdom of Copper is the second book in the Daevabad Trilogy, you can see my 4* review of The City of Brass, which is the first in the series here - https://www.kindig.co.uk/post/review-the-city-of-brass. Overall I enjoyed this second installment although I did feel like it suffered from second-book-in-a-trilogy syndrome in some respects as parts of the middle of the plot felt a little like filler and it didn’t move forward much until the end but it was still a solid read. I had lamented the fact that Nahri seemed to lose her personality around men in the first book, particularly with the Dara plotline but this didn’t seem to happen much in this book. Admittedly this may be because Dara has much less of a part in this book which I thought was a bit of a shame as he gets a lot more interesting in this plotline! As in the first book, I felt there were a few things that could have explained in better detail. Relics, for example become quite a big feature in this book – especially bringing up the fact that everyone wears one which is something I had not picked up on or remembered from the previous book. As with the first book, the ending is an action packed cliff-hanger and I’m excited to see the conclusion of this trilogy when the next one is released. Over The Kingdom of Copper is a solid next installment of the Deavabad Trilogy and I’m looking forward to Book 3. Thank you to NetGalley & Harper Collins UK – HarperVoyager for the chance to read the ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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    City of copper

    A trilogy that doesn't disappoint, it maintains the suspense without falling away into mindless pulp.
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    Not as captivating as the first in the trilogy.

    I didn't enjoy the second book as much as the first, City of Brass. I found this a bit slow-going, and at one point nearly didn't finish it. It is very long-winded at times, and it is a long book! Will I read the third book, I really don't know. It is quite expensive so will see if the price drops or if there is a special offer, then I might be tempted to invest.
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