Freedom's Slave

Freedom s Slave An Empress Fighting for Her CrownAfter three long years in exile Nalia is ready to return to her homeland and sit on the throne that is rightfully hers But the gods might have other plans Forced to e

  • Title: Freedom's Slave
  • Author: Heather Demetrios
  • ISBN: 9780062318626
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An Empress Fighting for Her CrownAfter three long years in exile, Nalia is ready to return to her homeland and sit on the throne that is rightfully hers But the gods might have other plans Forced to endure untold horrors on the journey to Arjinna, Nalia learns that it will take than cutting down the tyrant Calar to get her crown.An Army Fighting to SurviveRaif s retAn Empress Fighting for Her CrownAfter three long years in exile, Nalia is ready to return to her homeland and sit on the throne that is rightfully hers But the gods might have other plans Forced to endure untold horrors on the journey to Arjinna, Nalia learns that it will take than cutting down the tyrant Calar to get her crown.An Army Fighting to SurviveRaif s return to Arjinna as the commander of the revolution against Calar and her army isn t as smooth as he d hoped Though he has soldiers than ever before, his love for Nalia is losing him the trust of his comradesd the war But little does the resistance know that insurrection is brewing among Calar s own ranks and from the one person she trusts the most.A Land Worth Fighting forArjinna is dying Calar s evil experiments with dark magic and the strength of her own psychic powers threaten to destroy the land of the jinn Is Nalia and Raif s enduring love enough to transform and rescue their homeland Will they be willing to save the realm, no matter the cost

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    1. When Heather Demetrios isn t traipsing around the world or spending time in imaginary places, she lives with her husband in New York City Heather has an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts and is a recipient of the PEN New England Susan P Bloom Discovery Award for her debut novel, Something Real Her critically acclaimed novels include I ll Meet You There, Bad Romance, and the Dark Caravan trilogy Exquisite Captive, Blood Passage, Freedom s Slave She is the editor of the forthcoming anthology of epistolary essays, Dear Heartbreak YA Authors on the Dark Side of Love, which features letters from real teens Find out about Heather, her coaching for writers, and her books at heatherdemetrios Tweet to HDemetrios.

    2. Beautiful, heartbreaking, and utterly satisfying.***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Freedom's Slave by Heather DemetriosBook Three of the Dark Caravan Cycle seriesPublisher: Balzer + BrayPublication Date: February 28, 2017Rating: 4 starsSource: eARC from EdelweissSummary (from ):An Empress Fighting for Her CrownAfter three long years in exile, Nalia is ready to return to her homeland and sit on the throne that is rightfully hers. But the gods might have other plans. Forced to endure [...]

    3. Hum hum, I don't see any reference to my dear Malek in this synopsis (yes still hoping and in denial) (going back in my dark corner to mourn)

    4. Wat een fantastisch einde van de reeks! Van boek 1 waar we Nalia leren kennen als slaaf op aarde tot boek 3 waar ze teruggaat naar Arjinna om haar rijk te redden, deze reeks verveelt geen moment!

    5. The message in this book is loud and clear: Never stop fighting for what you believe in no matter how bleak the circumstances might be. The characters' journeys and unrelenting fight will resonate with readers of today as our world faces pain, oppression, brokenness, and an innumerable amount of other issues—things that Raif, Nalia, Taz, and everyone else in FREEDOM'S SLAVE had to faceEEDOM'S SLAVE tops out at over 600 pages, which is admittedly a little intimidating and quite a commitment. [...]

    6. By now, you may know that I am a big fan of the Dark Caravan Cycle by Heater Demetrios. Exquisite Captive is "a story of passion, of pain and ultimately of the power that can be found in freedom." and Blood Passage is filled with "precise detailing, inspiring character growth and absolutely gorgeous writing", making it an equally fabulous sequel. It's no wonder that I went into the final book in the trilogy with exceedingly high expectations. All I wanted was for Nalia and Raif to finally f [...]

    7. REALLY GOOD!!!!! Nalia and Raif are amazing together. My favorite characters are Taz and Thatur. Thatur was strict but funny towards Nalia and Taz went through a lot and still didn't give up. All of the characters throughout the books were amazing. I like this book a lot. I look forward to reading more books about Jinn, love, happiness, and defeat

    8. If you want a trilogy where everyone fucking dies. I don't know why I love it so much after my heart being broken multiple times. Oh right, because it's beautiful. The world and characters are so vivid. Highly underrated trilogy, which is a real tragedy.

    9. Reading Freedom's Slave after Blood Passage (which ended up being an epic disappointment) was extremely hard for me because I didn't know whether or not if I should read it. Exquisite Captive is still one of my all-time favorite books and Malek is one of my favorite characters, ever. I was so upset about the development of his character in Blood Passage. I still am. I still hoped for the best but that didn't exactly work out. I don't like Nalia and Raif's relationship. Everything happened too fa [...]

    10. *Synopsis to ADD*Freedom’s Slave is the exhilarating final book in the Dark Caravan Cycle—a modern jinni fantasy-adventure trilogy from author Heather Demetrios, perfect for fans of Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone series and Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha Trilogy.An Empress Fighting for Her CrownAfter three long years in exile, Nalia is ready to return to her homeland and sit on the throne that is rightfully hers. But the gods might have other plans. Forced to endure untold horrors on [...]

    11. Initially, I wanted to give this book a 1-Star rating but then stopped myself and decided not to give it a rating at all. I actually finished this about a week ago, but have been trying to organize my thoughts as to how I felt about it (hence the hemming and hawing on the rating) - and, ultimately, I can sum it up in two words (one, I understand, is not technically a word) - heartbreakingly disappointing. I really, really enjoyed the first two books in this series and I absolutely love Heather D [...]

    12. When I heard that I’d get to review FREEDOM’S SLAVE by Heather Demetrios, I was ecstatic! FREEDOM’S SLAVE is the final book in the Dark Caravan Cycle. I read the first book ages ago on a whim, and devoured it. I read an ARC of BLOOD PASSAGE in 2015, when it was supposed to come out that October, but got pushed back to Spring 2016. As a result, I ended up reading it almost two years before FREEDOM’S SLAVE came out, which was quite a wait!I had to wait a while for FREEDOM’S SLAVE, but bo [...]

    13. DNF @ 41%.First of all, I really love this series. The story, the characters, the magic, the romance, the worlds, just everything about it. I read the first two books in three days and they are quite lengthy. I was excited to start this final part of the series and also kind of sad because that would mean leaving them behind. Freedom's Slave started with the POV of Calar's lover Kesmir. He's a very interesting character, and also the revelation of a person that was thought dead. Then it continue [...]

    14. Nalia disappears during the group's journey through the Eye of Iblis. Things ha be become immensely dangerous for the rest of the group so they are forced to continue to Arjinna without her. All roads lead to Arjinna & war.The book starts with the POV of Kesmir, Calar's consort, reminding us that there are 2 sides to every story. I really really like this character.It still took me quite some pages to get into the book, the first chapters were like incessant chatter, then I started to relax [...]

    15. This was an amazingly whimsical, sensual and enthralling series. It was reminiscent of Alladin in how it incorporated the magical jinni elements and my notion of them, but it never became too stereotypical or expected so as to steer clear from becoming a ridiculous representation of jinni fiction. It was well written, action-packed, and I love how the main character and her love interest had this star-crossed lovers feel to them, ever since the beginning of this series. The message was also a ve [...]

    16. I enjoyed the first two books in this series, but this book was a mess. I gave up around 1/4 into the book. Too many points of views and Nalia was hardly in it (the 1/4 that i read). The story was a bleak mess that i could not wait to leave. I hate when the readers knows something that most of the characters in the book does not, and the author then drags out the reveal for the longest time, while we have to read through angst and excessive mourning. It is so annoying. It is a pity. The first tw [...]

    17. So this book pulls a New Moon and (view spoiler)[Nalia disappears for half of it (hide spoiler)]. Normally this would piss me off, but I think other stuff in the book makes up for it and it all works out okay. New and interesting characters are introduced, we see things from different perspectives, and I think the ending is a bit refreshing since (view spoiler)[the final battle is more survival from the gods' plagues than a one-on-one battle. (hide spoiler)] Though the final one-on-one battle be [...]

    18. I like Heather Demetrios' contemporary novels immensely, and I even really enjoyed the first book in this series, but I should have stopped there. This book was too long by half and it suffers from the same horrible narrator as the previous book. So much happens and the reader is given little time to react before something else happens and the cycle starts anew. Also, the whole book focused on this person or that pining away for someone else, Nalia was a non-character for a big chunk of the book [...]

    19. This is a short review here but I finally got around to reading this book (been wanting to read this book for a while now) but unfortunately I was disappointed with it and if I'm being entirely honest here . . . I preferred the first two books over this one, especially the first one which will always be a favourite of mine. But overall I thought this book was a decent read but I think I've left too much time between reading the second book and this one and because of that I have forgotten some t [...]

    20. I began reading this book with the expectation that I would enjoy it as I did the other two books in this series, but alas Freedom's Slave was terrible. My two main problems were that the plot was just so SLOW and I just couldn't connect to the characters or form any sympathy towards them. I honestly don't know how I managed to finish this book as the first half was basically Raif grieving for Nalia. I gave it two stars because despite it's MANY flaws, the book does a good jobs of closing the se [...]

    21. I read 38 pages (up till chapter 5) and was kind of disappointed about the lack of Nalia and I read some other reviews. This book is 580 pages and I am very busy with school, so struggling through this long finale is not going to be an enjoyable experience, especially since I got this from the library and it has a due date. I shouldn't request books when I'm this busy. I'll just check it out again in the summer hopefully. Or maybe listen to the audiobook, which sounds pretty good.Also I can't re [...]

    22. So I read this book, before I realized it was the end of a series. It was so intriguing, so I will go back eventually and read the first 2 books. That being said, I was in somewhat of a disadvantage, but truly enjoyed the snippet I read of the series.3 stars

    23. This book had really great moments and potential but it just felt like so much was crammed into this book without the proper time to flesh it all out. Honestly it was hard to keep up at times. I think it would have been better to have spread it out to at least another book.

    24. This is such an excellent series. This final book was all I wanted and more. I’m going to miss these characters a lot. I really hope this is the first of many other fantasy series or books by this author.

    25. There was alot of build up that personally didn't really spark like I thought it would. I did like the ending though.

    26. Great end to the series. One of those books you barely notice is almost 600 pages long. I have too many feelings to write a full-length review right now.Longer review to come.

    27. Absolutely loved this series. It's slow going at times, but has gorgeous and interesting world building, wonderful characters and beautiful prose. Cannot recommend more.

    28. This is a very, very, VERY honorary 4-star. I don't have the heart to rate it lower because I feel that this trilogy is so underrated as a whole, but for this book itself, I see it more of a 3 and perhaps at most a 3.25.I do think this book highlights how ridiculous racism can be; like seriously, you really are going to kill infants because they are of a specific race? What a way to reflect how some people in our society still couldn't look past what's beyond the color of people's skin.But yeah, [...]

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