Beneath the Twisted Trees

Beneath the Twisted Trees Review

The fourth book in The Song of Shattered Sands series—an epic fantasy with a desert setting, filled with rich worldbuilding and pulse-pounding action.

When a battle to eradicate the Thirteenth Tribe goes awry, the kingdoms bordering the desert metropolis of Sharakhai see the city as weak and ripe for conquest. Çeda, now leader of the Shieldwives, a band of skilled desert swordswomen, hopes to use the growing chaos to gain freedom for Sehid-Alaz, the ancient, undying king of her people. Freeing him is only the beginning, however. Like all the people of her tribe on that fateful night four centuries earlier, Sehid-Alaz was cursed, turned into an asir, a twisted, miserable creature beholden to the kings of Sharakhai—to truly free her king, Çeda must break the chains that bind him.

As Sharakhai’s enemies close in and the assault on the city begins, Çeda works feverishly to unlock the mysteries of the asirim’s curse. But danger lies everywhere. Enemy forces roam the city; the Blade Maidens close in on her; her own father, one of the kings of Sharakhai, wants Çeda to hang. Worst of all, the gods themselves have begun to take notice of Çeda’s pursuits.

When the combined might of Sharakhai and the desert gods corner the survivors of the Thirteenth Tribe in a mountain fastness, the very place that nearly saw their annihilation centuries ago, Çeda knows the time has come. She was once an elite warrior in service to the kings of Sharakhai. She has been an assassin in dark places. A weapon poised to strike from the shadows. A voice from the darkness, striving to free her people.

No longer.

Now she's going to lead.

The age of the Kings is coming to an end . . .

Title:Beneath the Twisted Trees
Edition Language:English

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    Beneath the Twisted Trees Reviews

  • Micperk

    This series has slowly became one of my favorites, I re-read the series before purchasing this one and realized just how much I loved it. Every book has moments that totally wrap me up in the story an...

  • Emmelie Boysen

    People. Stop giving books that aren't even out yet one or two stars, you know how much these damn stars means for the sale of books. Wish goodreads would fix this problem already ._.Deleting review on...

  • Mili

    Where to start! The series is still going strong. I had the worst concentration the last few weeks. And that is causing me to remember little, but I damned much enjoyed it during the reading that is f...

  • Nicole H.

    This book left me breathless. <3 I have so much love for it and this series. <3 Because it hasn't been released yet, I'll be brief and try not to mention any spoilers. NOTE: You need to start from the...

  • Kristen

    Full review is here, on my blog!~Oh Çeda. You get into the most amazing shenanigans. Better and better ones as this series goes.Okay, so, since this is book four, I’m going to do my level best to a...

  • Sarah (A French Girl)

    Update 08/07Just for clarification, when I said that Ceda and Sumeya are related, I wasn't joking. The big reveal of book 3 was that Husamettin is Ceda's father. And guess who's father Husametting als...

  • Lori

    This series is becoming one of my favorites...

  • Chris

    *copy from the publisher in exchange for a review*Beneath the Twisted Trees is the fourth in Bradley P. Beaulieu’s The Song of the Shattered Sands series. It’s filled with the intricate world-buil...

  • Will

    4.5 / 5 ✪Beneath the Twisted Trees is the 4th Shattered Sands book, a series that began with Twelve Kings in Sharakai. That was one of my favorite books ever, and I’ve really enjoyed the journey t...

  • Ryan

    Another great read and addition to the epic that is the shattered sand series. This book sees both the nations of Mirea and Malasan vying to take control of the weakened nation of Sharakai and procure...