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The Warrior Moon

Narrated by: Caroline McLaughlin
Series: Their Bright Ascendency, Book 3
Length: 21 hrs and 10 mins
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The Warrior Moon, the sequel to The Phoenix Empress and striking conclusion to K Arsenault Rivera's wildly buzzed about epic fantasy, which began with The Tiger's Daughter  

Barsalayaa Shefali, famed Qorin adventurer, and the spoiled divine warrior empress O-Shizuka have survived fights with demon armies, garnered infamy, and ruled an empire. Raised together since birth, then forced into exile after their wedding and reunited amidst a poisonous invasion, these bold warrior women have faced monumental adventures and catastrophic battles.  

As they come closest to fulfilling the prophecy of generations, Shefali and Shizuka will face their greatest test yet.  

"The Phoenix Empress expands and deepens the mysteries of this intricate and fully-realized fantasy world. I'm riveted by this story and can't wait for the next volume." (Martha Wells, author of the Murderbot Diaries series)

"Rich, expansive, and grounded in human truth...simply exquisite.” (V. E. Schwab, New York Times best-selling author of the Shades of Magic series)

©2019 K Arsenault Rivera (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Fantasy needs more stories like this

What a fantastic end to a fantastic trilogy!

I legit was crying by the end.

This series was so breathtakingly unique in its execution. To say nothing of the actually fantastic LGBT representation. (The fact alone that there were trans people here and there and woven throughout the society as a whole of this world, and that they weren’t treated as tragic figures is fantastic all by itself)

This is one of the best and heartwarming series I’ve ever read, and I hope that it’s author will cook up something new soon!