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@Download Kindle ⚣ Igniting Darkness â From New York Times bestselling author Robin LaFevers comes the follow up to “sharp and breathless” Kirkus Reviews historical fantasy Courting Darkness Set in the world of the beloved His Fair Assassin series, this is perfect for fans of Leigh Bardugo and Game of ThronesWhen you count Death as a friend, who can stand as your enemy? Sybella, novitiate of the convent of Saint Mortain and Death’s vengeance on earth, is still reeling from her God’s own passing, and along with him a guiding hand in her bloody work But with her sisters on the run from their evil brother and under the watchful eye of her one true friend and love at court, the soldier known as Beast, Sybella stands alone as the Duchess of Brittany’s protector After months of seeking her out, Sybella has finally made contact with a fellow novitiate of the convent, Genevieve, a mole in the French court But when Genevieve mistakenly draws the attention of the French king to the convent of Saint Mortain and its deadly arts, she may do her sisters and herself harm than good Sybella, having already drawn the ire of the French regent, may not be able to depend on her sister and ally as much as she hoped Still, Death always finds a way, even if it’s not what one expects No one can be trusted and the wolves are always waiting in this thrilling conclusion to the Courting Darkness duology, set in the world of Robin’s beloved His Fair Assassins trilogy Ughsummer 2020! Kill me now. I received this complimentary ARC from the publisher, courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. Annnd now I have a 2019 shelf o.O Man, those last 50 pages were intense! The book ended too abruptly for my liking but everything before that was splendid and just what I want from historical fantasy Knowing the author has done thorough research on the topic makes me take off my hat before her because not only did she manage to accurately represent the living conditions and customs of that time, she also tried to stay as true to the historical events as possible.All the characters were delighting and almost felt like real people to me and while I still have some questions as to the whereabouts of certain individuals, I am happy to say that I'm mostly satisfied with this conclusion Mostly The thing about historical fiction is that it tends to drag and through parts of the book it felt like they were going back and forth a lot, accusing one another before the king, betraying and killing, trying to cover it up just to have someone else tell on them But then again, that time in history is infamous for its cruel reputation and boy am I glad I wasn't born in medieval times.I don't know what it was but this new duology didn't have the same vibe to it than the 'His Fair Assassin' trilogy and was largely lacking in the romance department, very much to my disappointment :(