The Weeping Empress by Sadie S. Forsythe

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Chiyo Alglaeca was happy in her life. That is, until it was all taken away. Forced into notoriety, stalked by a mysterious cult, hunted by the emperor, and facing betrayal at every turn she clings to the only safety she can find: two enigmatic men and the sharp bringer of death, Salvation. The Weeping Empress explores the devastating effects of loss, the hunt for redemption, and the price of destiny. It questions the true meaning of evil and asks what monster is not also an innocent?

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Published December 1, 2011 by 254 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Also, the religion of Dashkalil, the Sacerdotisa, oddly referred to as a sect or cult (misnamed because it’s the sole spiritual practice of the realm), makes a surprisingly altruistic sacrifice of power in the end, based on the belief that human beings, if we listen, are innately connected and bo...

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And, as Chiyo's destiny bears remorselessly down on her, Forsythe also explores grief and loss and the nature of evil.

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Open Book Society

Chiyo Alglaeca was happy in her life.

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