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The Empress of Bright Moon (The Empress of Bright Moon Duology)


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Sequel The Moon in the Palace, a RWA RITA AWARD WINNER 2017, Goodreads Best Historical Fiction semi-finalist 2016
"A full immersion, compulsively readable tale." -- Booklist, Starred Review


"One of the most beautifully written... historical fiction novels released this year." -- BookReporter


"A must-read for fans of historical fiction set in ancient China." -- Library Journal, Starred Review

The time for taking hold of her destiny is now
At the moment of the Emperor's death, everything changes in the palace. Mei, his former concubine, is free, and Pheasant, the heir and Mei's lover, is proclaimed as the new Emperor, heralding a new era in China. But just when Mei believes she's closer to her dream, Pheasant's chief wife, Lady Wang, powerful and unpredictable, turns against Mei and takes unthinkable measures to stop her. The power struggle that ensues will determine Mei's fate–and that of China.
Surrounded by enemies within the palace that she calls home, Mei continues her journey to the throne in The Empress of Bright Moon, the second book in Weina Dai Randel's acclaimed duology. Only by fighting back against those who wish her harm will Mei be able to realize her destiny as the most powerful woman in China.

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