The Black Jewels Trilogy

The Black Jewels Trilogy

Book - 2003
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The award-winning trilogy, now in one volume--with a new introduction by the author.
Publisher: New York : ROC, 2003
Edition: Omnibus ed
ISBN: 0451529014
9780451529015
Branch Call Number: FIC BISHOP
Characteristics: 1204 p. ; 23 cm

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Sexual Content: Contains sexual abuse and rape, but condemns them and the characters have to deal with the PTSD left behind. Also has healthy relationships that are celebrated.

Violence: Contains descriptions of intense violence, usually more suggestive than explicit.

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Futuregohangurl
Apr 03, 2012

Coarse Language: has a little bit of swearing in it

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Futuregohangurl
Apr 03, 2012

Violence: gruesome scenes of sexual violence

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sairen42
Nov 11, 2010

Violence: Brutal scenes of torture and pain being inflicted on other characters, including sexual violence.

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sairen42
Nov 11, 2010

Sexual Content: Content includes loving and consensual, but predominantly is neither. Underage rape and assault is a dominant theme of the first book.

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Catomic
Jun 17, 2008

Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.

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Catomic
Jun 17, 2008

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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One of my favorite trilogies! I must have read it 10 times over the last several years and each time I find another nuance to it. All of the friends that I have introduced to it have loved it too. Highly recommended!

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epitts123
Apr 19, 2014

I really like this series I saw this daughter of the blood in the library for a year and I kept picking it up and then put down thinking it was no good then I decided to give a chance
and love it and the author it is one of my favorite writer an read all her books

saatdj Jun 20, 2013

Great book. I have read it about ten times. Great writing.

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Futuregohangurl
Apr 02, 2012

awesome series i read this when i was in grade 10 and i couldnt put the series down. once i got done with the first book i had to read the second and third book. i got the books individually because back then they werent all in one book

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sairen42
Nov 11, 2010

I can't say I'm proud of how much I love this trilogy, as it wanders dangerously close into both "softcore" and "chicklit" - but oh goodness, despite that, it is a magnificent read with characters you grow to either really love or really hate. As a previous reviewer said, it really flips the genre on its head - darker powers are better, the darkness is praised, and women are inherently more powerful. You'll keep coming back for the people of this world.

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Futuregohangurl
Apr 03, 2012

Futuregohangurl thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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sairen42
Nov 11, 2010

sairen42 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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Kelticat
Jul 27, 2011

Being Dark doesn't mean being evil. Saetan finds the daughter he always wanted. Two of his sons find the sister they always wanted and the third son finds the love of his life, the woman he saved himself for. Surreal SaDiablo finds a very good friend and a family. And all this is wrapped up in one small woman, Jaenelle.

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