Free read ç Kiran: The Warrior's Daughter ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub

Free download Kiran: The Warrior's Daughter

Free read ç Kiran: The Warrior's Daughter ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Librarian's note This is an Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B07GGYH8PLA space opera romance by the 'Fantasy writer of the year 2017' that cannot be missed Kiran's story is a mixture of The Hunger Games with sparkling humor and a liY Kiran The Warrior's Daughter is the first book of the Rights of The Strong series by Ellen Stellar Ellen is one of the most popular Russian and international fantasy and romance writers a winner of multiple award In 2017 she won the 'Fantasy writer of the year 2017' award She mixes up breathtaking narrative consisting of fourteen stories full of humor adventures wit and grit This is a sci fi space opera tale with a strong female leader as the main character in a universe where you can be a captain of a spaceship and a princess of an outdated patriarchal tribe at the same time Take a deep breath and dive in. Kiran is a cadet at a prestigious space flight school On her 18th birthday her father appears and demands she return to the severely patriarchal planet where he rules a territory Destined to an arranged marriage where she is expected to produce heirs of their clan But a strong willed woman raised to be a warrior and not a submissive will create chaos on the planet as she escapes their machinations A mixture of technology and medieval swords bring this novel with an explosive protagonist to life The only caveat was that the whole book had words that ran together in the sentences Hopefully the released version was corrected I voluntarily reviewed this book from Netgalley

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Librarian's note This is an Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B07GGYH8PLA space opera romance by the 'Fantasy writer of the year 2017' that cannot be missed Kiran's story is a mixture of The Hunger Games with sparkling humor and a little bit of sci fi Flirtatious space cadet Kiran is planning to become one of the most successful starship captains ever Her life is all about organizing illicit races and gambling After being kidnapped she is sent to her home planet Later Kiran is forced to marry the mightiest warrior by the right of the strongest Many girls have dreamt at least once of being a princess but bein. Mixed feelings on this I like the idea and it seemed to be going in a positive way Kieran stayed independent but it seemed to loose focus the character kept changing her mind The plot itself couldn’t decide which way it wanted to go I think I enjoyed it and want to read but I’m torn because it was all over the place Enjoyable but confusedThanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion

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Kiran The Warrior's DaughterG a princess of Eeristan the khassarat of Aygor is a big deal This is not about fancy dresses diamond tiaras and palaces Eeristan is the land of men the land of a strong patriarchal society where women have no rights at all She will never accept this Kiran will run away back to her freedom and lifestyle Her restless soul won't abide either her cruel father or her potential husband No matter how difficult it might be to confront the whole planet They might be stronger physically but she is a cadet after all and cadets never surrender Too bad that Eeristan might not survive the changes that she desires strongl. Well this started out with a lot of potential A young woman with interesting skills and a dangerous attitude gets embroiled in a very convoluted situation that no one will explain except that she must obey Yeah that's not happeningUnfortunately there are so many things going on that it's hard to keep track of the motivations political romantic and unknown Things move very uickly and random people intervene here and there There are 1 2 R rated sex scenes One or two typos too but they weren't a distractionThere is a lot of good stuff in this story but it's hidden by all the chaff The story ends with a to be continued but unless there is a clear path to sanity I probably won't read it