Dagger and Coin by Kathy MacMillan

Dagger and Coin

Soraya Gamo was meant to be queen of Qilara, until an Arnath slave rebellion destroyed the monarchy and the capital city. Now, improbably, she sits on the new Ruling Council beside her former enemies, finally holding the political power she always wanted - but over a nation in ruins. As she works to rebuild Qilara, she can, at last, use what everyone once told her to hide:...

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Dagger and Coin Reviews

  • Tati
    Soooo, what's this going to be about?(I didn't think there was room left for a sequel, to be honest)...
  • Jamie Coudeville
    2018?!...
  • Catarina (TravelerBetweenWorlds)
    2018?? I was wondering if I would read this one or not but well I have plenty of time to think, though I would like to continue the series....
  • Kathy MacMillan
    For those who have asked what book 2 will be about:-Dagger and Coin picks up about 30 days after the events of Sword and Verse. However, I prefer to think of it as a companion novel rather than a sequel, because it focuses on a different protagonist and can be enjoyed even if you haven’t read t...
  • Toni
    Hi I love Soraya Gamo.This was a ride full of frustration and danger and a lot of thrills. This council has my heart and I am very glad to have had more time in this world especially through Soraya’s eyes. So much political intrigue and drama and fear honestly. So good. ...
  • Janet
    I could not put this book down. I was reading late into the night, and leaving all the things I should have been doing for another time. Dagger and Coin takes place shortly after then end of Sword and Verse, but this story is from the point of view of Soraya, one of the antagonists from Book 1.Soray...
  • Clare
    I didn't realise that there was going to be sequel to Sword and Verse. I have another book coming out this year to look forward to now!...
  • Sue Poduska
    The second book in the “Sword and Verse” series is gripping, exciting, and a lesson in finding one’s voice and independence. Written in first person from Soraya’s viewpoint, it points out the problems with always doing what is expected of you rather than what you know to be right...
  • Rachel
    I remember, when I wrote my review for MacMillan’s first book in this epic fantasy setting, SWORD AND VERSE, talking about how people conflagrate romance and fantasy. Particularly in the young adult genre, where romance subplots are so popular. My point was that some reviewers got so caught up ...

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