The Goddess of Dance

The Goddess of Dance When Princess Gul Agdar of Dhagabad begins studying the ancient magic of the Sacred Dance she has no idea that this seemingly innocent act is the first step on the treacherous path to immortality ab

  • Title: The Goddess of Dance
  • Author: Anna Kashina
  • ISBN: 9780983832027
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Princess Gul Agdar of Dhagabad begins studying the ancient magic of the Sacred Dance, she has no idea that this seemingly innocent act is the first step on the treacherous path to immortality, absolute power and slavery And her father, the sultan, is intent on forcing her into an arranged marriage, not knowing that leaving the palace would expose her to the very dangWhen Princess Gul Agdar of Dhagabad begins studying the ancient magic of the Sacred Dance, she has no idea that this seemingly innocent act is the first step on the treacherous path to immortality, absolute power and slavery And her father, the sultan, is intent on forcing her into an arranged marriage, not knowing that leaving the palace would expose her to the very danger she must flee.Follow the princess and her beloved djinn, Hasan, into the magic of the Egyptian and Arabian deserts peek into the powerful, all female cult of the Great Goddess and learn about the wonders of the True Library beyond this world if you dare

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    1. This story picks up where a previous book left off, after an Arabian princess has freed her Djinn slave, Hasan, by declaring her love for him and rejecting her arranged marriage. No Djinn has ever been freed before, and this fact has set everyone on edge – from sultans, to sorcerers, to the ancient 'voices of the wind.' And little wonder, as Hasan's freedom hasn't diminished his 'absolute' power status. Phenomenal cosmic powers still intact, his will is now his own (and without the restriction [...]

    2. In The Princess Of Dhagabad, the princess managed the impossible: she freed a djinn from slavery. In defiance of her father’s plans and what was best for the kingdom, she followed her heart with the belief she and Hasan would live happily ever after. In Goddess Of The Dance, the princess, now known by her name Gul’Agdar, comes to terms with the naiveté of her choice.Gul’Agdar is still expected to marry Prince Amir of Veridue and, as a free man, Hasan is sent away from the palace. The Voic [...]

    3. There are some loose ends that I still want to be explained but I loved this story. There are times that explanations in the book get boring. However the magic and folklore behind the plot is fascinating to read about. Even if there are lulls, I still felt absorbed in the world Kashina created. I don't think there will be a book three but if she ever decides to write one, I will definitely buy and read it. I don't want to leave the magical world with djinns.

    4. A satisfactory continuation of the Princess of Dhagabad. Less contemplative and a little more action-focused than book 1, but lacking some of the character tension. Feels like a trilogy book 2, and makes me hope she plans to finish thing off in a final book.

    5. I'm an old man and prefer my fantasy to have a more gritty approach, but if you're a teen girl who wants some fairly chaste adventure in the Arabian Nights style, this is the book for you.

    6. Overworked words -- all, always, even, just, never, only, really, so, still, very -- weaken the writing.I received this book free through the FIRST READS program.

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