Hidden Cities (Moshui, #3)

Hidden Cities (Moshui, #3) Reading Hidden Cities Moshui, By Daniel Fox Derbybusinesscentres The Mythic Beasts And Glorious Legends Of Feudal China Illuminate A World At War In This, The Conclusion To Daniel Fox S Critically Acclaimed Series Whatever They Thought, This Was Always Where They Were Going To The Belly Of The Dragon, Or The Belly Of The Sea More By Chance Than Good Judgment, The Young Emperor Has Won His First Battle The Rebels Have Retreated From The Coastal City Of Santung But They Ll Be Back Distracted By His Pregnant Concubine, The Emperor Sends A Distrusted Aide, Ping Wen, To Govern Santung In His Place There, The Treacherous General Will Discover The Healer Tien, Who Is Obsessed With A Library Of Sacred Mage Texts And The Secrets Concealed Within Secrets Upon Which, Ping Wen Quickly Realizes, The Fate Of The Whole War May TurnAs All Sides Of This Seething Conflict Prepare For Butchery, A Miner Of Magical Jade, Himself Invulnerable, Desperately Tries To Save His Beautiful And Yet Brutally Scarred Clan Cousin A Priestess Loses Her Children, Who Are Taken As Pawns In A Contest Beyond Her Comprehension And A Fierce And Powerful Woman Commits An Act Of Violence That Will Entwine Her, Body And Soul, With The Spirit Of Jade Itself Amid A Horde Of Soldiers, Torturers, And Runaways, These People Will Test Both Their Human And Mystical Powers Against A Violent World But One Force Trumps All The Huge, Hungry, Wrathful Dragon

  • 4.2
  • 619
  • English
  • 27 March 2017
  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • 0345503031
  • Hidden Cities (Moshui, #3)
  • Daniel Fox

10 thoughts on “Hidden Cities (Moshui, #3)

  1. Ranting Dragon says:

    Cities is the final installment in Daniel Fox s Moshui trilogy The first book, Dragon in Chains, and the second, Jade Man s Skin, have already been reviewed at The Ranting Dragon Hidden Cities begins with the exiled boy emperor s first victory against the rebels, but this victory is slim indeed and only happens with the luck of the dragon In the battle s aftermath, concubine Mei Feng convinces the emperor to send the secretly treacherous general Cities is the final installment in Daniel Fox s Moshui trilogy The first book, Dragon in Chains, and the second, Jade Man s Skin, have already been reviewed at The Ranting Dragon Hidden Cities begins with the exiled boy emperor s first victory against the rebels, but this victory is slim indeed and only happen...

  2. Kathy Davie says:

    Third in the Moshui fantasy series based on myths and legends of ancient China about the healing powers and strength of jade About dragons and sea goddesses.The StoryThe dragon has escaped her imprisonment under the sea and unleashed typhoons upon the lands The storm has destroyed Tunghai Wang s chance at certain victory to capture Santung while saving the boy emperor from defeat The goddess children have provided safe passage for Chien Hua, Man of Jade, and his pregnant concubine, Mei Feng, Third in the Moshui fantasy series based on myths and legends of ancient ...

  3. Jules Jones says:

    Third part of the medieval China inspired fantasy by Chaz Brenchley writing under his Daniel Fox pen name And make no mistake, this is the third and final part of a single story which began with Dragon in Chains, rather than the third of three novels You ll need to have read the first two parts to get the most out of this book Fortunately, that s no hardship This is a complex story that needs the space to do justice to the lives of its characters return return At the end o...

  4. Clay Kallam says:

    Daniel Fox juggles a host of narrators in Hidden Cities Del Rey, 15, 416 pages , but like many authors, he gives his readers too much credit and assumes they will immediately remember everything about all of them Unfortunately, it takes a hundred pages or so to get back up to speed in this series about an alternate Taiwan with goddesses, dragons and jade that s infused with life giving powers.Fox also stretches his wings as a writer, and his forays into apoetic style sometimes work, a Daniel Fox juggles a host of narrators in Hidden Cities Del Rey, 15, 416 pages , but like many authors, he gives hi...

  5. David Marshall says:

    This is a terrific concluding volume to what has proved one of the best fantasy trilogies of the last ten years It balances intelligent plotting with a transparent prose style But do not under any circu...

  6. Crowinator says:

    This was a little hard, given that I haven t read the other two in the series, but it makes me want to go back and start those More thoughts later.

  7. John Adams says:

    A disappointing end to an enjoyable trilogy, as the plot just seemed to peter out.

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