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Selo & Inya: Lady of the Court

Selo Inya Lady of the Court Lady of the Court is the debut novelette in a new series by Ankhesen Mi This book introduces us to Selo a young warrior from an all female society who is assigned to escort her Princess Abeti to a n

  • Title: Selo & Inya: Lady of the Court
  • Author: Ankhesen Mié
  • ISBN: B00B39MWQW
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lady of the Court is the debut novelette in a new series by Ankhesen Mi This book introduces us to Selo, a young warrior from an all female society, who is assigned to escort her Princess Abeti to a neighboring kingdom Abeti is to be given in a blood marriage after her mother wins a weary battle.Upon arrival in at the princess s new palace, Selo is sent to train as Lady of the Court is the debut novelette in a new series by Ankhesen Mi This book introduces us to Selo, a young warrior from an all female society, who is assigned to escort her Princess Abeti to a neighboring kingdom Abeti is to be given in a blood marriage after her mother wins a weary battle.Upon arrival in at the princess s new palace, Selo is sent to train as the princess s Chief Attendant under the tutelage of Inya, the court herbalist Thus begins a friendship borne of unlikely circumstances, as Selo learns not only the troubling truth about mixed societies, but their royal houses as well.

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    1. As an avid fantasy fan who loves her warrior heroines (especially when they're of color), I didn't think there would ever be another contender for my all-time favorite warrior heroines outside of Tarma (from Mercedes Lackey's Vows or Honor series) or Dirisha Zuri (of Steve Perry's Matador series). Thanks to author Ankhesen Mié, I can add Selo to the list.Selo comes from an all-female society warrior society (inspired by the the Dahomey s). Assigned to escort Princess Abeti to a rival kingdom in [...]

    2. I often get bored of fantasy these days. It just doesn’t pull me in the same way everything else does. Magical realism, I like though, but then somebody on Facebook was like “Magical realism is just fantasy!” And I was like “WHAAT?!” I don’t believe them. I actually wrote this review, a different version, for Feisty Zine, so this is a cross post.Selo & Inya restored some faith in me. It takes place in a fictional world that seems to meld West African, East Asian, Polynesian, and [...]

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