City of Miracles
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City of Miracles

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Shara Komayd, once Prime Minister of Saypur, has been assassinated.

News travels fast and far, even to a remote logging town somewhere northwest of Bulikov, where the silent, shaven-headed Dreyling worker 'Bjorn' picks up the newspaper and walks out. He is shocked and grieved and furious; he's been waiting thirteen years for Shara, his closest friend, to reach out to him - to tell him to come home. He's always believed she was running a long operation, that there would be a role for him at the right time. Now he has no one else in his life, and nothing to live for - except to find the people who did this.

Sigrud wasn't there for the death of his daughter Signe, and he wasn't there when his old comrade Shara was murdered. Now Bjorn is dead and Sigrud is back. And he will find answers, for Shara, and for himself. He's made a promise . . .

Title:City of Miracles
Edition Language:English
ISBN:
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:448 pages

    City of Miracles Reviews

  • Melissa ? Dog Lover ? Martin
    May 19, 2017

    Well shit . . . . =(I really didn't want to cry today. Thank you book, thank you Robert Bennett. First off I wish I would have went back and read the first and second book so I could have been totally...

  • ?? Sarah ?? (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)
    Feb 07, 2016

    Actual rating: 30 stars. At least.This is one of the most amazing books I have ever read in the entirety of my entire life. I don't think I will ever recover from it. I cried. I bloody shrimping cried...

  • Choko
    May 20, 2017

    *** 5 ***A buddy read with my comrades @ BB&B!!! Because some books you can only read while your friends hold your hand.... I cannot say a word about the content of this book. Everything would be a sp...

  • Brad
    Jan 29, 2017

    Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC!It's getting really hard for me to have content-less gushing in certain books. Like this one. I mean, sure, I can say that Shara has been killed and Sigurd is out to av...

  • Bookwraiths
    Apr 30, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.With City of Miracles, Robert Bennett Jackson completes one of the most unique fantasy trilogies I years. This final installment continuing the genre blender in styl...

  • Carol.
    Feb 05, 2016

    Some authors always manage to surprise me. Bennett is one of them, with each book I've read a very different flavor from the other. Characterized by complex characters, his stories tend to have vivid ...

  • Terence
    Mar 10, 2017

    Thirteen long years Sigrud je Harkvaldsson has waited. He has waited to hear from his friend Shara Komayd that it is finally ok for him to come home. Sigrud's hopes are snuffed out like a candle when ...

  • Ivan
    May 04, 2017

    The last decade or so brought us very few truly remarkable fantasy books, and even fewer that have helped to move the genre in the new directions. Science fiction has seen its decline as well, but tha...

  • Nathan
    Apr 24, 2017

    Fantasy Review BarnA boy chases laughter through the city. Followed by a presence he can't see the boy keys in on laughter, any laughter, and throws himself desperately toward it looking for shelter o...

  • Bob Milne
    Apr 18, 2017

    While I liked a lot about City of Miracles, I'm disappointed to say I didn't necessarily like the third book of The Divine Cities. It's imaginative and well-written, and bears all the hallmarks of Rob...