These Infinite Threads (This Woven Kingdom) Paperback – Import, 10 March 2023 by Tahereh Mafi (Author)

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      “In a tale as exquisitely crafted as one of Alizeh’s own garments, Mafi weaves a spell of destiny and danger, forbidden love and courtly intrigue, magic and revolution.”―Cassandra Clare, #1 NYT bestselling author of The Last Hours

      “This story is so magical and transportive that I fully expected the book would know the moment I’d finished ― within hours, no less ― and promptly unravel into a pile of jewels and silks in my hands. Mafi’s diamond-bright lyrical voice weaves a tale that is gilded in magic, laced with subterfuge, adorned with the brocade of a tortuous romance, and richly embroidered with Persian mythology. I cannot wait for more.”―Roshani Chokshi, NYT bestselling author of The Gilded Wolves

      “This Woven Kingdom is an exquisite fantasy. Rich with clever prose, delicious twists, and breathtaking world building. Prepare to be destroyed―this one will wrench at your heart and make it pound, and in the end it will leave you entirely speechless.”―Stephanie Garber, #1 NYT bestselling author of the Caraval series

      “I’ve been longing to read a story inspired by The Shahnameh, and This Woven Kingdom captivated me with its deft worldbuilding and searing romance. Alizeh’s quiet strength unfurls against a darkly magical backdrop. This book is a glittering jewel, complete with razor-sharp edges.’ –Renée Ahdieh, NYT bestselling author of Wrath & the Dawn

      ‘Richly textured, descriptive prose coupled with agonizing romance combine in this fantastical epic. Gut-wrenchingly beautiful.’ – Kirkus Reviews

      “In a heart-wrenching novel, Mafi complements rich worldbuilding with lushly descriptive, sensorial prose that inspires the novel’s mythological backdrop, against which plays out an emotional plot, and a tortured romance, layered with court intrigue.” – Publishers Weekly

      “Tahereh Mafi continues her reign as a master of YA fantasy” – PopSugar

      “[An] illustrious tale of magic, court intrigue, and romance. Captivating readers from the very first chapter” – Booklist

      About the Author

      Tahereh Mafi is the New York Times bestselling author of the Shatter Me and This Woven Kingdom series, the latter of which has been published in over 30 languages around the world. She was born in a small city somewhere in Connecticut and currently resides in Santa Monica, California, with her husband, Ransom Riggs, fellow bestselling author of Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children, and their young daughter. She can usually be found overcaffeinated and stuck in a book.

      Dimensions 3.1 × 21.6 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Farshore (10 March 2023)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 416 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 0008592233

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-0008592233

      Reading age ‏

      ‎ 12 years and up

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 420 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 13.5 x 3.1 x 21.6 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ USA

      Based on 8 reviews

      4.29 Overall
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      8 reviews for These Infinite Threads (This Woven Kingdom) Paperback – Import, 10 March 2023 by Tahereh Mafi (Author)

      1. Avani Shah

        These Infinite Threads by Tahereh Mafi, the second book in the “This Woven Kingdom” trilogy and omgg the first book was just a wonderful adventure which I would not forget.Alizeh, our long lost heir to the Jinn Kingdom and and Kamran have both stolen my heart. Cyrus in this one was fun and annoying at the same time. But this one being the second book in the series does hold a great bridge between the first and the third.I cannot wait to see how Tahereh Mafi brings the final installment and end to this beautiful series. I want Kamran and Alizeh to be together and I want this ship to not drown. Loved the setting, the plot twist and also kinda sometimes makes me fall for Cyrus too.I OFFICIALLY CANNOT WAIT FOR THE THIRD BOOK NOW.

      2. Shreya

        Tahereh Mafi has done it again with These Infinite Threads, the thrilling sequel to her instant bestseller This Woven Kingdom.The story is packed with explosive magic that will leave you on the edge of your seat. The romance is searing, with a palpable tension that sizzles on every page. But beware, there’s also heartbreaking betrayal that will leave you stunned and reeling. Mafi’s writing is as captivating as ever, weaving a world that is both fantastical and relatable. Fans of the first book will not be disappointed with this sequel, as it builds on the foundation set in the first book while adding new twists and turns that will keep you hooked until the very end.These Infinite Threads is a must-read for anyone who loves epic fantasy, compelling characters, and a story that will leave you breathless.I was really excited while reading the book. The plot seemed to have good direction, and the storyline I is also depth and has substance.As a fan of the author’s language and potential, I am very happy after reading this book. Really need to appreciate the author.

      3. Prerna shambhavee

        “These Infinite Threads,” the second installment of the “Woven Kingdom” series by Tahereh Mafi, is a captivating and enchanting fantasy novel that weaves together a tapestry of magic, romance, and betrayal. With its intricate plot and well-developed characters, this book takes readers on a thrilling journey through a world filled with both beauty and darkness.The story revolves around three central characters: Alizeh, a mysterious servant girl; Kamran, the crown prince of the Ardunian Empire; and Cyrus, the ruler of Tulan.The death of Kamran’s grandfather sets off a chain of events that turns their lives upside down. Alizeh is kidnapped by Cyrus, who has made a dangerous deal with the devil and needs her for his own nefarious purposes.One of the strengths of “These Infinite Threads” lies in Author’s ability to create a vivid and immersive world. The intricate descriptions of the magical elements in the story,brings the setting to life and make it truly believable. The author’s prose is lyrical and evocative, drawing readers into the story and keeping them engaged from beginning to end.The relationships between the characters are another highlight of this book. The romance between Alizeh and Kamran is palpable, filled with tension and longing. Author skillfully explores the complexities of their connection, making readers root for their love to prevail despite the obstacles in their path. The dynamics between Cyrus and the other characters are also intriguing, as his actions and motivations are shrouded in mystery and betrayal.Speaking of betrayal, it is a central theme in “These Infinite Threads.” The characters face betrayals from unexpected sources, forcing them to question their loyalties and trust. These moments of betrayal add depth and complexity to the story, keeping readers guessing and eager to uncover the truth.Overall, “These Infinite Threads” is a must-read for fans of fantasy novels. Tahereh Mafi’s writing is engaging, and her ability to blend magic, romance, and betrayal into a seamless narrative is commendable.Her ability to delve into the depths of human emotion adds depth and resonance to the narrative, allowing readers to connect with the characters on a profound level. This book is a true delight, offering a total package of captivating storytelling, well-drawn characters, and a richly imagined world.

      4. Julie

        These Infinite ThreadsLoved it so so very much. I got the book in hardcover and it was in pristine shape. I fell in love with the first book and had to get the other. I must say that it was just as good as “The woven kingdom” if not better?? Idk. I enjoyed the two pics very much- made the story more interesting, as well as made me want to read more and not put down the book. I’m so exited for the third book :) I recommend.

      5. Kindle-Kunde

        WunderbarThe Sequel was so much better than the first part.Nothing happend and I loved every second of it.

      6. Gina Delgadillo

        Lyrically GorgeousI am in love with this series! Tahereh Mafi is incredibly talented. Not only is the plot so much fun to read but her writing style is absolutely fantastic. The whole book is like reading a poem! Can’t wait for book 3!

      7. M. Walker

        Not for me, I guess …I’d like to preface this review by saying perhaps I am just not a big fan of this author, and that’s okay. I read her Shatter Me series and though I felt it was a little better than okay, I enjoyed it enough to start this series. From the other reviews I’ve read, Tahereh Mafi fans really enjoyed this book, so if you’ve enjoyed her work before, I’m sure you’ll love this.That being said, it’s too wordy. This was my main issue with the first book, and it’s been dialed up to 11 it seems. The author has a beautiful prose that’s easy to read, but I’m being given a thorough description and explanation of every thought and action taken by our main characters, to the point where this 400+ page book literally only covers the events of one day. That’s it.To me, it felt like a filler novel, like the entire story should’ve been two books, but the author wanted to stretch it to three or more. By the time I got to the last few chapters I started skimming through paragraphs until I found dialog between the characters or actions being taken.I don’t know, I just feel like I’m in the minority here since so many other readers loved this book, and again, that’s okay. I have nothing bad to say about the author or the story, it’s just not for me.There are three main characters, Alizeh, Kamran, and Cyrus. Alizeh and Kamran have no real character development, because again, this entire book only describes one day. It’s not a lot of time to see a character grow and change. We do get a glimpse into Cyrus’ real personality and feelings, but by the end of this book, I was left with more questions than answers.**LIGHT SPOILER** (I honestly don’t even know if this qualifies as a light or heavy spoiler, but I’m being extremely generic here to not reveal details.)The synopsis of this book tells you exactly what’s going to happen at the end. About Kamran it reads:”… he must go to Tulan to avenge his grandfather. He can only hope that Alizeh will be waiting for him there—and that she hasn’t yet become the queen of Tulan.”That’s the whole book. In the course of one day, we follow Kamran as he decides, plans, and then leaves, along with some others, for Tulan. Kamran wants to avenge his grandfather by killing Cyrus. He has mixed feelings about Alizeh. The actual journey and arrival to Tulan, I’m assuming, will be in book three.There is no tease to this synopsis. It summarizes every major plot point, for each main character BTW, not just Kamran.**END OF LIGHT SPOILER**The premise of the series is still interesting to me and I’d like to know how the story ends, but I’m dampening my expectations for the next book since I personally don’t enjoy this writing style.

      8. Jennifer Patel

        EpicI loved all the twists and turns, world building, and slow burn character building. I couldn’t put it down. The cliff hanger ending is agonizing!

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