House of sundering flames




      House of sundering flames
Part of the house series Free Download House of sundering flames by Aliette de Bodard For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Aliette de Bodard lives and works in Paris She has won three Nebula Awards, a Locus Award, a British Fantasy Award and four British Science Fiction Association Awards She was a double Hugo finalist for 2019 Best Series and Best Novella Most recently she published The House of Sundering Flames Gollancz JABberwocky Literary Agency, Inc , the conclusion to her Dominion of the Fallen trilogy, set in a turn of the century Paris devastated by a magical war which also comprises The House of Shattered Wings Roc Gollancz, 2015 British Science Fiction Association Award, Locus Award finalist , and The House of Binding Thorns Ace Gollancz, 2017 European Science Fiction Society Achievement Award, Locus award finalist.Her space opera books include The Tea Master and the Detective 2018 Nebula Award winner, 2018 British Fantasy Award winner, 2019 Hugo Award finalist Her short story collection Of Wars, and Memories, and Starlight is out from Subterranean Press.


      House of sundering flames
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  • Kindle Edition
  • House of sundering flames
  • Aliette de Bodard
  • English
  • 07 June 2019

10 thoughts on “ House of sundering flames

  1. Acqua says:

    In a genre that spends surprisingly little time investigating its own power structures, House of Sundering Flames is a really refreshing addition.My experiences come mostly from English language YA, but the common motif in fantasy is that most things will be fine as long as the people wielding the power are good, or less evil than the antagonist.In House of Sundering Flames, it s clear that the corrupting nature of some kinds of power defies simple lines like good and bad , and that some In a genre that spends surprisingly little time investigating its own power structures, House of Sundering Flames is a really refreshing addition.My experiences come mostly from English language YA, but the common motif in fantasy is that most things will be fine as long as the people wielding the power are good, or less evil than the antagonist.In House of Sundering Flames, it s clear that the corrupting nature of some kinds of power defies simple lines like good...

  2. Freya Marske says:

    Somehow EVEN MORE STRESSFUL than the previous two books, wow De Bodard is not afraid to wade into her own creation and royally Fuck Some Shit Up Some incredible points made about compassion, colonialism, and the nature of power, and some gloriously vivid depictions of...

  3. Mike says:

    Solid conclusion to the trilogy The setting remains, as always, one of my favorite things EVER de Bodard is a highly under appreciated writer.

  4. Kaa says:

    Powerful conclusion to the trilogy While the first two books were somewhat stand alone, this one depends pretty heavily on the previous two for context For me, it does a very good job of tying those stories together With each book in the series, de Bodard has delvedexplicitly into examinations of power, oppression, and colonization, and in House of Sundering Flames she draws these themes fully to the surface At the same time, however, for me it is also the most hopeful book in the Powerful conclusion to the trilogy While the first two books were somewhat stand alone, this one depends pretty heavil...

  5. Rob says:

    De Bodard razes an already ruined Paris and sticks lots of fellow writers in the middle of it What have they done to deserve this

  6. Katy says:

    A fitting end to an always evolving series I continue to be impressed with the imaginative depth of de Bodards worldbuilding, but I also love the little moments between her characters The interactions of Asmodeus and little Ai Nhi were my absolute favorite I ll miss the stunning world de Bodard has created, and I m sad to say goodbye to Thuan, Asmodeus, and their families A fitting end to an always evolving series I continue to be impressed with the imaginative dept...

  7. Dumbledore11214 says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The multi award winning author of The House of Shattered Wings and The House of Binding Thorns concludes her Dominion of the Fallen saga, set in a Paris devastated by a magical war.The great magical Houses of Paris headed by Fallen angels and magicians were, however temporarily, at peace with each other Until House Harrier was levelled by a powerful explosion Now that peace has become chaos, tearing apart old alliances and setting off a race in which each House hoards magic and resources to The multi award winning author of The House of Shattered Wings and The House of Binding Thorns concludes her Dominion of the Fallen saga, set in a Paris devastated by a magical war.The great magical Houses of Paris headed by Fallen angels and magicians were, however temporarily, at peace with each other Until House Harrier was levelled by a powerful explosion Now that peace has become chaos, tearing apart old alliances and setting off a race in which each House hoards magic and reso...

  8. Z Aung says:

    There are very few writers I trust as much as Aliette de Bodard, and this book is a perfect example of why Sundering Flames is the third in the series and I genuinely think it s the best of the lot See, what I love most about these books is that it is one of the defining works of Hopepunk It takes place in a devastated Paris, torn apart over and over again by squabbles and fights between houses of fallen angels And in the midst of that, you have these communities that come together, There are very few writers I trust as much as Aliette de Bodard, and this book is a perfect example of why Sundering Flames is the third in the series and I genuinely think it s the best of the lot See, what I love most about these books is that it is one of the defining works of Hopepunk It takes place in a devastated Paris, torn apart over and over again by squabbles and fights between houses of fallen angels And in the midst of that, you have these communities that come together, protecting and aiding one another And the narrative doesn t punish them for it In fact, by the end of this book, it s manifestly evident that selfishness, vanity and arrogance will only lead to ruin The book teaches that there is always a place for kindness and mercy Morningstar and Asmodeus are the na...

  9. Aneta says:

    Well, that s awkward.As a longtime fan of the series, I was extremely underwhelmed by this final book To be honest, I had to heavily skim and then skip whole chapters to even be able to finish it And still, I was annoyed with what I read The storyline was ok but I wasn t engaged, the POVs didn t interest me, and the themes were laid ...

  10. FrauMiest says:

    The perfect closure of the trilogy It really took my breath awaythan once It s disturbing and terrifying, amusing and thoughtful And of course it s absolutely perfectly read by Peter Kenny there are a few vo...

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