A sizzling, unputdownable sequel to Rebel of the Sands that will make you question everything you thought you knew about the land of Miraji! The gunslinger Amani al'Hiza never wanted to be a hero or a revolutionary, but now she's become a key member of the rapidly growing rebellion against the Sultan of Miraji. After Amani is captured by the Sultan's army and imprisoned in his palace, she realizes she's there not to be questioned as a rebel but used as a Demdji. As Amani tries to spy on the enemy and plots her escape, Jin and the rebels are brewing a rescue plan. But the longer Amani stays in the palace, the more she questions if the Sultan is the tyrant she's believed or just a ruler fighting foreigners for his country. As the rebellion swiftly spirals into war, Amani wonders whether she's on the right side.
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"Soneela Nankani, who narrated the first in this series, continues Amani's first-person story. Bold, snarky Amani lives in a land that melds the Old West and the world of the Arabian nights. Amani is even more central to this plot, and Nankani deepens her personality accordingly. At the story's opening, Amani is imprisoned, and Nankani stresses equally her sarcasm and compassion. Soon Nankani reveals courage and wit as Amani escapes and joins rebels who oppose the sultan. Amani's resilience and resourcefulness shine when she's captured by the sultan. Nankani's perfect pacing balances plot details and twists, the many characters, and Amani's shifting sentiments. This second audiobook will be best appreciated by listeners who have heard the first. The ending of the second will excite fans about the final book in this trilogy. S.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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