The Blood Trials

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It’s all about blood.

The blood spilled between the Republic of Mereen and the armies of the Blood Emperor long ago. The blood gifts of Mereen’s deadliest enemies. The blood that runs through the elite War Houses of Mereen, the rulers of the Tribunal dedicated to keeping the republic alive.

The blood of the former Legatus, Verna Amari, murdered.

For his granddaughter, Ikenna, the only thing steady in her life was the man who had saved Mereen. The man who had trained her in secret, not just in martial skills, but in harnessing the blood gift that coursed through her.

Who trained her to keep that a secret.

But now there are too many secrets, and with her grandfather assassinated, Ikenna knows two things: that only someone on the Tribunal could have ordered his death, and that only a Praetorian Guard could have carried out that order.

Bent on revenge as much as discovering the truth, Ikenna pledges herself to the Praetorian Trials—a brutal initiation that only a quarter of the aspirants survive. She subjects herself to the racism directed against her half-Khanaian heritage and the misogyny of a society that cherishes progeny over prodigy, all while hiding a power that—if found out—would subject her to execution…or worse. Ikenna is willing to risk it all because she needs to find out who murdered her grandfather…and then she needs to kill them.

Mereen has been at peace for a long time…

Ikenna joining the Praetorians is about to change all that.

Magic and technology converge in the first part of this stunning debut duology, where loyalty to oneself—and one’s blood—is more important than anything.

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Weight 1.4 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1.4 in
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Date Published

April 5, 2022

Format

Hardcover

Language

English

Pages

464

Publisher

Harper Voyager

Year Published

2022

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