Daughter of Smoke & Bone : Laini Taylor :Karou is a seventeen-year-old art student in Prague, but she has a second life working as the errand-girl to the creature Brimstone from Elsewhere: a world of gods, chimaeras and seraphims. But her already extraordinary life is pushed into new realms when the door between Earth and Elsewhere begins to close and Karou is thrust into a war that could change both worlds forever. Muse of Nightmares: the magical sequel to Strange the Dreamer. Strange the Dreamer: The enchanting international bestseller. Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy Book 3. Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy Book 2.
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DAUGHTER OF SMOKE & BONE by Laini Taylor
Walking to school over the snow-mufed cobbles, Karou had no sinister premonitions about the day.
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The first book in the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy, the novel Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor is a fantasy rich novel that details the life of Karou, a year-old girl living in Prague studying art. Karou initially is strange; she has blue hair and tattoos covering her body, she had these tattoos as long as her memory serves her. But quickly, you find out more about Karou and her interactions with the trans-dimensional plane which will leave you desperately wanting to know more. Karou attends art school in Prague and simultaneously tries to avoid her ex-boyfriend, Kazimir. As we get to know Karou more, we find out that she is in fact very strange, as four chimeras raised her on a trans-dimensional plane between the human world and Eretz, the land of the chimera. Her father figure, Brimstone, is not human at all, but rather something referred to as a Wishmonger. He employs Karou to travel the world in search of teeth; both animal and human alike.
It seemed like just another Monday, innocent but for its essential Mondayness, not to mention its Januaryness. The falling snow and the early hour conspired to paint Prague ghostly, like a tintype photograph, all silver and haze. On the riverfront thoroughfare, trams and buses roared past, grounding the day in the twenty-first century, but on the. The occasional cheek-chew of bitterness when a pang of heartache intruded, as pangs of heartache will, but she pushed them aside, resolute, ready to be done with all that. She held her coffee mug in one hand and clutched her coat closed with the other. Just another day.
Freaking amazing book. I didn't expect this to be this good. I couldn't put the book down,like literally. Everything fits perfectly ,the characters ,the story,everything. It is so unique and different from other stories. And it's actually the first book writte. And it's actually the first book written in third person that I enjoyed because I'm not a fan of third person books.