AND WE’RE BACK! Season 5 begins with our discussion of The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri, the first book in the Burning Kingdoms series. This book is a multi-POV tale that mostly follows Priya, a young adult with magical powers who’s entire adopted family has been killed, and Malini, an exiled princess who is trying to steal the throne from her evil brother.
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content warning for brief mention of child death
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These book share multiple POVs, have high fantasy vibes and lots of politicking going on
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- Here’s an interview with the author that discusses the inspiration for the magical systems in the book and what real life things they’re based on
- Mary Oliver reads her poem “The Summer Day” (aka “The Grasshopper”)
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