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Download Blood Heir Book ´ 496 pages ☆ Eyltransferservices Û ➽ [Reading] ➿ Blood Heir By Amélie Wen Zhao ➲ – In the Cyrilian Empire Affinites are reviled Their varied gifts to control the world around them are unnatural—dangerous And Anastacya Mikhailov Is murdered her world is shattered Framed as his killer Ana must flee the palace to save her life And to clear her name she must find her father’s murderer on her own But the Cyrilia beyond the palace walls is far different from the one she thought she knew Corruption rules the land and a greater conspiracy is at work one You focused on the battle and lost sight of the war” The first three chapters were a solid 5 stars everything after felt like reading a completely different book This was not it chief Firstly this review is not going to talk about or explain the controversy behind this book If you want to know why it got pulled and then set to be re published there are so many great reviews and articles out there that explain the situation All this review is going to be is just that a review Sooo it happened again I got excited over something and ended up severely disappointed Honestly a lot of the issues I had with this book are similar to the issues I had with Wicked Saints I was really just bored out of my mind Blood Heir is promising Its premise and magic system is really refreshing although it has very similar inklings of the Grishaverse I think had the execution been much better this would have been a great new take on YA Fantasy Unfortunately it wasn't My name is Anastacya Mikhailov Except it wasn’t Anastacya Mikhailov was the name of the Crown Princess of Cyrilia drowned eleven moons past in her attempt to escape execution for murder and treason against the Cyrilian Crown Anastacya Mikhailov was a ghost and a monster who did not and should not exist I'm going to start off with what I enjoyed because I did actually enjoy a couple things The writing in this book was really phenomenal at times and if it weren't highly repetitive in its nature this might have even been a three star read I also really enjoyed the action in this book The main reason I kept reading though was because of the narrative dealing with human trafficking It was the main reason why I picked it up this book I think if anything deserved for this not to be a DNF it was this one fact Okay moving on “This isn’t a revolution This is a massacre My first issue with this book was the characters I did not like a single character Everyone just felt unpleasant and unkind Ramson started off a jerk and although I could see how the author intended for their to be development in his character he ended up as a jerk too Ana was immature and often made hasty decisions this is a trait that I absolutely cannot stand with main characters I mean give me a powerful female lead that isn't a clutz a damsel in distress or childish and you'll have me hooked Every character that came along irritated me in some way The predictability was at an all time high folks I mean I made notes on my kindle on what I think would happen to certain characters or situations or twists just so I could play a game with myself later on to see if I got it right I predicted 90% of the events correctly in one way or another Also the fact that I took that amount of time out just goes to say how bored I was throughout reading I wasn't hooked or reaching for my kindle every chance I got The next major aspect that pissed me off was the flashbacks and character history became too much What makes a great Fantasy for me? If an author manages to embed the character's backstory and reasons why within the narrative There were entire chapters full of only flashbacks I didn't find this necessary in the world building and although some of them were key to understanding the motives behind characteristics of the story all of them were drawn out The pacing Thi

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In the Cyrilian Empire Affinites are reviled Their varied gifts to control the world around them are unnatural dangerous And Anastacya Mikhailov the crown princess has a terrifying secret Her deadly Affinity to blood is her curse and the reason she has lived her life hidden behind palace walls When Ana’s father the emperor Update So the cover is live Andddd it's time for me to hide and never come on Goodreads again Just kidding Sort of?I wanted to share the Dear Reader letter that we included in the ARCs Advanced Reader Copies of BLOOD HEIR It touches upon why I wrote BLOOD HEIR and who I wrote it forDear ReaderFour years ago I began writing a story about a corrupt empire steeped in winter filled with morally gray con men deadly assassins twisted villains and above all a girl named Anastacya who has the power to manipulate blood and who believes she is a monsterIt took me two years to realize that the monster in the story is meI am an immigrant I am a woman of color And I am an “Other” In my time in the United States I have never experienced the sense of crushing fear about my identity that I have recently “Get out of my country communist” is only one of the slurs I’ve had screamed at me from across the street What I’ve experienced personally and seen across social media outlets and national television broadcasts has all amounted to a hyperawareness of my foreignness my Otherness and the possibility that because I am different I am not worthy of belongingBlood Heir explores the demonization of the Other and this experience of not belonging Ana’s journey examines how one can internalize hatred and fear how that can warp one’s core and turn it into something cruel and twisted But ultimately her story is one of self acceptance and of the realization that we cannot change who we are nor what we are born with but we can choose what we do with what we are given And like me Ana chooses to fight for a better tomorrowSo I gave magic to my girls who were told they were monsters I gave my children of color the ability to fight oppression Because in a world where there is so little I can control I want to put hope and power in their hands for once—and in a world where those deemed “different” are often cast out and made to be monsters I want them to winThank you for readingAmélie Wen Zhao

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Blood HeirThat threatens the very balance of her world And there is only one person corrupt enough to help Ana get to its core Ramson uicktongueA cunning crime lord of the Cyrilian underworld Ramson has sinister plans though he might have met his match in Ana Because in this story the princess might be the most dangerous player of al Update My favorite book of the year has a new release date 🙌🏻🙌🏻You have no idea how disappointed I am to hear that this book will not be getting published People need to stop getting offended over things This is a fiction book and it was seriously my favorite so far of 2019 so I'm completely heartbroken that the author felt the need to pull her book because of bullyingA dark retelling version of Anastasia? I'm all in I've read one other Anastasia retelling Heart of Iron which was totally different than this one but both were awesomeAna was my baby monster—she could do some pretty amazing things with other people's blood We get another POV besides her Ramson and oh boy this young gent had a mind full of things—betrayals a dark past a dark heart with a hint of light hidden in it I loved him And the scenes with him and Ana own my lifeThe writing was so good and the story was an incredible page turner I was so scared of another book with a cliffhanger because I've started so many dang series that end on them and while it is open ended because of the second book it isn't the death cliffhanger sentence that I loathe And I'll be ready for book two when it comes Can I also just state that the freaking cover artist deserves a metal for the beautiful cover