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Rebel by chance. Traitor by choice.
Gunslinger Amani al’Hiza fled her dead-end hometown on the back of a mythical horse with the mysterious foreigner Jin, seeking only her own freedom. Now she’s fighting to liberate the entire desert nation of Miraji from a bloodthirsty sultan who slew his own father to capture the throne.
When Amani finds herself thrust into the epicenter of the regime—the Sultan’s palace—she’s determined to bring the tyrant down. Desperate to uncover the Sultan’s secrets by spying on his court, she tries to forget that Jin disappeared just as she was getting closest to him, and that she’s a prisoner of the enemy. But the longer she remains, the more she questions whether the Sultan is really the villain she’s been told he is, and who’s the real traitor to her sun-bleached, magic-filled homeland.
Forget everything you thought you knew about Miraji, about the rebellion, about Djinn and Jin and the Blue-Eyed Bandit. In Traitor to the Throne, the only certainty is that everything will change.
I will not go into much about this book as it is a sequel. I don’t want to spoil anything that happened in Rebel Of The Sands.
I’m not gonna lie, I got confused quite a few times in this book. I feel like I missed a lot? Or maybe the author left out a lot. I feel as if some scenes jumped into another scene too quickly. Maybe I just missed a lot.
It’s pretty easy to get back on track though. Which is why I still really enjoyed this book. I may not have seen some scenes get set up, but I was quick to understand what the heck was going on. With that being said, so much has happened in this book!
But, I wish it was shorter… I’m pretty sure that everything could have happened the same way if this book was 100 pages shorter. I honestly spent so much time listening to this book and I just wanted things to speed up!
That cliffhanger has me dying on the inside. Luckily, I don’t have to wait forever to pick up the next book 😊