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Only in this case I can’t poison her in a clever battle of the wills, so that makes our impasse infinitely less fun. Let your presence among us be made manifest, kuahiel your will spread, until the hearts of all mankind seek only destruction, and brother turns upon brother, and all is laid waste.

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Mayhap if we obeyed Blessed Elua’s precept, it would be. Okay, perhaps I missed it, but how does Phedre never end up pregnant? If this is to be compared to Game of Thrones then it must be done right. Martyr of the Roses You and You Alone It is every bit as kinky as it sounds, but perhaps not lrgacy dirty as it seems.

Didn’t you enjoy my largesse in the Khalif’s court? I asked him to pass the butter, for though as one marked by Kushiel’s Dart, my greatest pleasure lies in pain, yet I am D’Angeline, and appreciate the finer things in life. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. And in the doing, it will take her to the edge of despair Pretty handy family planning, only upon request.


Simply by being out there again I know it got my interest and I hope it works on others s well. There were several other situations in which Phedre mentioned things like ” Kushiel’s Legacy by Jacqueline Carey.

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My eyes, lushiel they settled, were that color the poets call bistre, a deep and lustrous darkness, like a forest pool under the shade of ancient oaks. I might have to get back to you on that oegacy. Dec 11, Willow rated it it was amazing Shelves: K – English – Legacyy – Chapters: Even though the creeds of the people in this book seemed alien, I could identify with the idea of holding something sacred in life, and that dictating one’s actions.

It really does have everything: Feb 06, Nathan rated it really liked it Shelves: As your own ass can cover only one seat, it was very annoying when author mind-jumped to many things at once so much, that you lost the main storyline.

See all 9 questions about Kushiel’s Dart…. Perhaps I will reread this book one day to revisit this fascinating world of the D’Angelines. I think it reaches its height of trashy fun in Terre d’Ange; all the bits with Phedre living with the Skaldic tribes, getting away from them in the wintry tundra etc. Bistre – Cool word for brown. I’ll just leave it with two words to express my feelings: You see, there’s a HUGE difference between a bit of handcuffs and hair-pulling, and flogging someone until they bleed and have an orgasm!


As it is, all I do is check out the ratings some of my GR friends give and then decide yay or nay accordingly. I mention this because, were this not the case, some of Carey’s choices could be explained by Phedre’s lack of knowledge or self-reflection in earlier stages of her life – but that’s not an option. This allows her to foreshadow at times and point out what may be important later.

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Also, the “yes, Master” and “no, Master” was annoying as hell. And my love for it, compels me to raise my rating to 5 stars. The adventure elements are important for how they affect the relationships of the characters, but they’re not the point.

The first thing everyone usually talks about regarding the Kushiel books is the sex, so I’ll get it out of the way first: Not that it’s full of tortoise sex, mind you. It truly was epic, and I really didn’t get bored, surprisingly considering its length and complexity. Perhaps it would be simpler to define what audience this novel will turn-off: There’s almost no tortoise sex at all!

I liked Drustan, too. I did like the concept of love as a sacred act, and I liked the references to different religions.