Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings where readers discuss books they’re looking forward to reading. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, which was created by Jill from Breaking the Spine.
Realm of Ash by Tasha Suri
November 12th, 2019
The Ambhan Empire is crumbling. A terrible war of succession hovers on the horizon. The only hope for peace lies in the mysterious realm of ash, where mortals can find what they seek in the echoes of their ancestors’ dreams. But to walk there requires a steep price.
Arwa is determined to make the journey. Widowed by a brutal massacre, she’s pledged service to the royal family and will see that pledge through to the end. She never expected to be joined by Zahir, the disgraced, illegitimate prince who has turned to forbidden magic in a desperate bid to save those he loves.
Together, they’ll walk the bloody path of their shared past. And it will call into question everything they’ve ever believed…including whether the Empire is worth saving at all.
Rather than remind everyone again just how excited I am about how The Never Tilting World releases soon (5d 10h 28m 5s until release as I write this, not that anyone’s keeping track), I thought I’d share another soon-ish release that I’m dying to get my hands on.
Realm of Ash is the sequel to Empire of Sand which was a book that had me swooning earlier this year. The magic was gorgeous, the relationships exquisite, out of this world magical beings and gods, and one hell of a strong female character all brought to life through absolutely beautiful writing. It was stunning. I’m eager to get back to the world that Tasha Suri has spun for us!
If you haven’t read Empire of Sand yet and would like to before the release of the sequel, I encourage you to join Charlotte and Shri in their reading of the book they has scheduled for the beginning of the month as part of their #eosreadathon they’ve created to celebrate the release of Realm of Ash.
Have you read Empire of Sand? Will Realm of Ash or Empire of Sand be making their way onto your TBR?