The Divine Empress

  • Title: The Divine Empress
  • Author: Sam Ryan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Divine Empress The Heavenly Fox the Glorious Strategist Lymee has acquired many titles since arriving in a strange fantasy world ruled by women but no title she has earned is grander and important than that of Em
    The Heavenly Fox, the Glorious Strategist, Lymee has acquired many titles since arriving in a strange fantasy world ruled by women, but no title she has earned is grander and important than that of Empress, or Divine Empress as many of the people refer to her as Since her ascension to the thrown two years ago, the belief in her supposed divinity has only grown But nThe Heavenly Fox, the Glorious Strategist, Lymee has acquired many titles since arriving in a strange fantasy world ruled by women, but no title she has earned is grander and important than that of Empress, or Divine Empress as many of the people refer to her as Since her ascension to the thrown two years ago, the belief in her supposed divinity has only grown But not everyone is convinced that Lymee is some sort of Gift from The Heavens, especially the rulers of the other Kingdoms who have come to see this upstart ruler as a potential threat to them and their Kingdoms.And so Lymee soon discovers that being an Empress, even a Divine one, is not as easy as she may have been lead to believe as she is caught in a world of looming war, political intrigue and of course lesbian love.

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    1. I'm not sure how to review this.Everyone that has read the series, knows the problems these books have. Here's the thing: a week before the book was released, there was a post by the author that they knew it was far from perfect, but wasn't willing to push the book back. The first 40% or so, was relatively error-freee, with the occasional typo and awkward phrasing. After that, it got progressively worse (lot's of homonyms again), the wrong names for characters, and sometimes a sentence I really [...]

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    2. Love the story. Really look forward to the next book.I anxiously await the next book. The story is good. The writing could use a bit more proof reading and editing to catch mistakes though. I am not certain grammar "enthusiasts" will look past the mistakes enough to just enjoy the story.

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