The Fragile Threads of Power Pdf/E-Book by V.E. Schwab

The Fragile Threads of Power: V.E. Schwab takes us back to the amazing world she introduced in Shades of Magic. To fully enjoy this new series, I strongly suggest diving into the original trilogy. I loved a lot about this story. It was wonderful to catch up with the characters I adored from the first series and see what they’re doing in their lives. Highly Recommended with 4.5/5🌟.

Description of the Book:

the fragile threads of power pdf

Book Synopsis:

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, and set in the world of A Darker Shade of Magic, V. E. Schwab opens a new door into perilous adventure and tangled schemes with The Fragile Threads of Power.

Once, there were four worlds, nestled like pages in a book, each pulsing with fantastical power, and connected by a single city: London. Until the magic grew too fast, and forced the worlds to seal the doors between them in a desperate gamble to protect their own. The few magicians who could still open the doors grew more rare as time passed and now, only three Antari are known in recent memory―Kell Maresh of Red London, Delilah Bard of Grey London, and Holland Vosijk, of White London.

But barely a glimpse of them have been seen in the last seven years―and a new Antari named Kosika has appeared in White London, taking the throne in Holland’s absence. The young queen is willing to feed her city with blood, including her own―but her growing religious fervor has the potential to drown them instead.

And back in Red London, King Rhy Maresh is threatened by a rising rebellion, one determined to correct the balance of power by razing the throne entirely.

Amidst this tapestry of old friends and new enemies, a girl with an unusual magical ability comes into possession of a device that could change the fate of all four worlds.

Her name is Tes, and she’s the only one who can bring them together―or unravel it all.

Book Quotes That We Like:

“She only got two kinds of looks: appraising, and skeptical. Those who saw her as a woman, and those who saw her as a girl. Both looks made her feel like a sack of grain being weighed, but she hated the latter more, that way it was meant to make her feel small. The fact, sometimes, it did.”

“If you only think of the wrong hands magic can fall into, you forget that now and then there are right ones.”

“We all don clothes that do not fit, and hope we will grow into them. Or at least, grow used to them.”

“He tries my patience every day, the king.”
“He sounds maddening.” Rhy’s hand drifted lower, tracing the muscles of Alucard’s stomach. “And yet you stay. You must love him very much.”
Alucard met the king’s gaze. “I do.” He let his weight sink onto Rhy, brought his mouth to his ear. “And he’s very good in bed.”

“Is it possible to have a death wish when you know you cannot die?”

“A thing taken by force would always be a pale shadow of something given freely.”

V.E. Schwab, The Fragile Threads of Power

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