Mirage

By Somaiya Daud

Mirage

 4.4 

Mirage

 4.4 

Amani, eighteen, is a dreamer in a star-system dominated by the brutal Vathek empire. She dreams of what life before the occupation was like; she dreams of writing poetry like the old-world poems she loves; she dreams of receiving a sign from Dihya that one day she too will have an adventure and tra... vel beyond her isolated moon. But when adventure comes to Amani, it's not what she expects: she's kidnapped by the regime and secretly taken to the royal palace, where she finds she's almost identical with the cruel half-Vathek Princess Maram. Her conquered people hate the princess so much that she requires a double body, someone to appear as Maram in public, ready to die in her place. She can't help but enjoy the beauty of the palace as Amani is forced into her new role—and her time with the princess' fiancé, Idris. Yet the royal court's glitter belies a world of violence and fear. If Amani ever wants to see her family again, she has to play the princess to perfection..because one wrong move could lead her to death.

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Mirage

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432 Pages
English

Mirage

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English

Mirage

Mirage

432 Pages
English

Reviews of Mirage

With shootouts, knife fights and supertech spying, Cabrillo and company battle from the Aral Sea to the U.S...Above-average action from Cussler.

MIRAGE takes Cussler’s fans on a wild ride...Cabrillo brings to the sea what Batman does to the air. MIRAGE will be a satisfying winter read.

This novel is a wild ride from start to finish that keeps you turning the pages and makes me wish I had the time to go back and read the previous 8 Oregon Files books right away instead of putting them on my ginormous TBR because I enjoyed this one so much!

The conclusion is the usual Cussler nail-biter, though no one ever really expects Juan and his crew to come in second-best.

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