This Woven Kingdom: the brand new fantasy romance series from the author of TikTok Made Me Buy It sensation, Shatter Me Paperback – Import, 30 October 2022 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

      Book Description

      the brand new fantasy romance series from the author of TikTok Made Me Buy It sensation, Shatter Me

      Dimensions 3.6 × 19.8 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Electric Monkey (30 October 2022)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 512 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 0755500091

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-0755500093

      Reading age ‏

      ‎ 12 years and up

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 270 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 12.9 x 3.6 x 19.8 cm

      Based on 8 reviews

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      8 reviews for This Woven Kingdom: the brand new fantasy romance series from the author of TikTok Made Me Buy It sensation, Shatter Me Paperback – Import, 30 October 2022 by Tahereh Mafi (Author)

      1. S

        I haven’t yet read the book but I have the best of expectations from Tahereh Mafi having read the Shatter me series.I’ll write a review for its condition, it was delivered with no dents (a reader’s dream) and it’s an original copy, so thankyou u-read store!!(PS: Always check the store rating when buying books to ensure you get an unharmed original copy.)

      2. Caro

        Haven’t read it yet but it was delivered in perfect condition. Sad though that they released the book later in India as compared to the rest of the world.Will update rating after I read the book.

      3. Ditsa M.

        It’s been after a long long time i recieved a perfectly non damaged book and that stole my heart away😂. As for the writing part and story line: come on we all know Mafi never disappoints(I’ve not yet read TWK💀✨). The book itself is crafted beautiful though and I loved it from the first look. Will update once I read it. I’ve given it 4 stars solely on the fact that it’s a pretty book with good packaging.

      4. David Rosell

        Engaging story with Persian mythologyDefinitely a very different book from any previous Tahereh Mafi novels. This one is a full fantasy romance inspired by Persian mythology. I’d recommend it for lovers of We hunt the flame by Hafsa Faizal.

      5. Briana Bailon

        Action, adventure, romance & Alizeh being a strong lead!This was my first time reading a book by the amazing Tarehi Mafi, her style of writing was unique, interesting, and has me wanting to read more about the wonderful world she created in, “This Woven Kingdom”.Before reading this book, I had heard bits and pieces that went along the lines of “Romeo and Juliet” vibes, royals, adventure, and perhaps dagger to the throat moment. I was fascinated with Alizeh and Kamran, both characters were unlike characters I had read before. Alizeh was a strong character, she possessed such admirable determination that despite dealing with a lot, she was able to persevere through it all. Especially considering the strength and power that Alizeh had within her, she could have easily resorted to it, but instead she was careful and mindful of her circumstances. Alizeh was capable and intelligent, and often times relied on her own skills in order to survive in the world of Ardunia.While Alizeh was trying to survive and had her own obstacles to overcome, there was also Kamran. Kamran was the definition of, serious, grumpy(to me at least), reserved, strong, and intelligent. For the longest time, Kamran was always focused on being a solider, being a leader among the armies that he led, so for him coming back home to Ardunia was an adjustment for him. Kamran wasn’t someone who could easily brush off things, he always listened to his instincts, and they were never wrong until… he crossed paths with Alizeh. If you think about it, if Kamran hadn’t been around the time that Alizeh managed to protect herself from being attacked, he would have never known about her, but that single moment changed both Alizeh and Kamran’s lives forever.I found it really intriguing to read how Kamran was so curious and fascinated by Alizeh like, the grumpy guy who usually threatened to horsewhip his minister a.k.a. his friend, Hazan was suddenly soft spoken, gentle, and mindful of his behavior around Alizeh. You could tell that Kamran was conflicted about his feelings regarding Alizeh because while he was awed by her beauty and skills, he also had to consider the prophecy his grandfather spoke of. Likewise, Alizeh was not sure about Kamran, the mere sight of him triggered memories of what the Devil showed her (the vision of Kamran). Alizeh was careful around Kamran due to her fear of getting caught, arrested by the magistrates, but she also couldn’t help feeling some type of way around him.I will say, I found the beginning to be a little slow, but only because there was certain information that needed to be explained which, would later prove vitals to the plot. I feel like once I read that there would be a ball, I got really excited and was looking forward to that part of the book. Let’s just say, the scene with the ball was both eye opening and had lots of big reveals I didn’t see coming. Normally, you would think a ball would involve a romantic dance between the main characters and some witty banter, but no, in Alizeh and Kamran’s case, there was murder, deception, plot twist, and big revelations.Towards the very end, I was surprised and intrigued by what ended up happening. The way the book ended was very much a cliffhanger, and a part of me was like, “Noooooo I NEED TO KNOW MORE!” But it’s ok… for now… I guess. I enjoyed the ending and with all the drama that occurred, I was loving it. Although now I’m curious to see what will happen to Alizeh in terms of her fate, and with that truth bomb Cyrus dropped on her at the very ending, Alizeh wasn’t the only one who was shocked.Overall, I enjoyed the story, the world building was fascinating. Alizeh was such a unique character that kept me intrigued and I admired her resilience and determination, as well as her strength. I kinda liked Kamran’s serious attitude, but also how he was utterly captivated by Alizeh, came off kind of insta-love but I thought it was sweet that way Kamran was so affected by Alizeh’s presence *me swooning. If you love fantasy, unique world building, action, adventure, and romance, this is a great book to read.

      6. Sarah_rific

        Captivating and heart poundingI don’t know what I was expecting, but it wasn’t to find this as engrossing as I did. It moves fast, the characters make you feel things, and the romance was some of the swooniest I’ve read especially when so little detail is presented. Stunning writing that drew me right in.

      7. Erika Conklin

        Heavy World Building, Low Romance, Great LeadsFirst, I will say that I went into this read with different expectations. I didn’t realize it was a Young Adult book because I didn’t read lol that being said, the story is HEAVY in world building. The first 6 chapters did reel me in but after that I had to dredge through it until the last quarter of the book finally reeled me back in.I may be a little off but from the first page to the last, it was maybe a week in story time? So it was long and drawn out for me.The characters are well written, and I do have a small attachment to them. The romance is minimal and very PG with only one romantic scene. The female lead is strong and intelligent and the male lead has that tough with everyone else but soft for her type of personality and I LOVE IT. But it was definitely a bit rough getting through.After reading I wasn’t left with that needing sensation of getting the next book. I will pick it up when the second one drops in paper back, but I don’t have that “I can’t live until I read it” feeling like I get with most reads.

      8. Em

        Great YA fantasy bookWoowww, YA fantasy can be so good, and this book is SO GOOD. the tension, the plot twists, that ending, I’m so hooked

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