[PDF/EPUB] Race the Sands BY Sarah Beth Durst


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Race the Sands

Ife and your next But for the darkest individuals there is no redemption you come back as a kehok a monster and you will always be a kehok for the rest of timeUnless you can win the RacesAs a professional trainer Tamra was an elite kehok rider Then a tragic accident on the track shattered her confidence damaged her career and left her nearly broke Now Tamra needs the prize money to prevent the local temple from taking her daughter away from her and that means she must once again find a winning kehok and a rider willing to trust herRaia is desperate to get away from he This was a very enjoyable and engaging young adult fantasy about a world where reincarnation is very real and depending on what you do and stand for in life you end up as all types of animals and insects However if you have been really good you get to be reincarnated as a human again while if you weren t you come back as a monster the lowest of the low and usually with no hopes for better faith in your future lives One of the pastimes of this world s populous is betting on races of people riding those monsters the biggest thrill being the very tenuous control the riders have on the monsters and the constant threat of loss of control leading in the best case to a very bad injury and worst case all contestants and most of the monsters murdered blood and mayhemThe world building is very good and the story is ve

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In this epic standalone fantasy the acclaimed author of the ueens of Renthia series introduces an imaginative new world in which a pair of strong and determined women risk their lives battling injustice corruption and deadly enemies in their uest to become monster racing championsLife death and rebirth in Becar everyone knows that who you are in this life will determine what you are in your next life The augurs can read your fate in your aura hawk heron tortoise jackal human Armed with that knowledge you can change your destiny with the choices you make both in this l I loved everything about Race the Sands Hooked from the very first page the interesting character profiles is what struck me first Tamra had a great backstory she s a highly skilled trainer old injuries keeping her from competing in the kehok races herself and an incredibly badass character with enough flaws to make her realistic Both she and the other characters had great motive from those backstories compelling enough to sustain the whole plot Very well doneCharacters aside I love books that incorporate training or education in a skill not found in our world In this case it was kehok riding kind of like horse racing but on wicked chimeras The training wasn t the forefront of the story but it was incorporated often enough to satisfy my cravings for it It all took place in a desert world where the pe Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury risk their lives battling injustice corruption and deadly enemies in their uest to become monster How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim racing championsLife death and The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) rebirth in Becar everyone knows that who you are in this life will determine what you are in your next life The augurs can Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic read your fate in your aura hawk heron tortoise jackal human Armed with that knowledge you can change your destiny with the choices you make both in this l I loved everything about Race the Sands Hooked from the very first page the interesting character profiles is what struck me first Tamra had a great backstory she s a highly skilled trainer old injuries keeping her from competing in the kehok Earthfall (Homecoming, races herself and an incredibly badass character with enough flaws to make her A Daddy for Christmas realistic Both she and the other characters had great motive from those backstories compelling enough to sustain the whole plot Very well doneCharacters aside I love books that incorporate training or education in a skill not found in our world In this case it was kehok Banned in Britain riding kind of like horse Hour of the Beast racing but on wicked chimeras The training wasn t the forefront of the story but it was incorporated often enough to satisfy my cravings for it It all took place in a desert world where the pe

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R domineering family and cruel fiancé As a kehok rider she could earn enough to buy her freedom But she can't become good enough to compete without a first rate trainerImpressed by the inexperienced young woman's determination Tamra hires Raia and pairs her with a strange new kehok with the potential to win if he can be tamedBut in this sport if you forget you're riding on the back of a monster you die Tamra and Raia will work harder than they ever thought possible to win the deadly Becaran Races and in the process discover what makes this particular kehok so special Ahoy there me mateys I received a copy of this young adult fantasy eArc from Edelweiss in exchange for me honest musings I absolutely loved this standalone novel This novel has great female protagonists fun evil creatures called kehoks and some surprising plot twists It was such a good reading experience that I didn t even notice many of the writing inconsistencies until after I finished I wanted to stay up all night reading but made meself go to bed The author dedicated the book to Tamora Pierce She is one of me favorite authors and Durst s book certainly captures the spirit and feel of those beloved booksBasically there are two main characters Tamra and Raia Tamra is a kehok trainer down on her luck Raia is a runaway who decides the kehok races are the only way to earn her freedom What is a kehok Well


10 thoughts on “Race the Sands

  1. says:

    Call it what it is monster racingForget that and you die This book was everything I wanted Ever since I read Durst's The ueen of Blood in 2016 I've been saying that she's a seriously underrated author but this book Wow she just took it to a who

  2. says:

    An exciting and enjoyable standalone fantasy for both adult and young adult audience The ueens of Renthia trilogy by Sarah Beth Durst is a series that I occasionally saw but as usual I’ve never gotten around to reading it due to out of control TBR pile Race the Sands is a recently published book that suddenly and immediately shot up to the top of my TBR after several trusted friends review; all of them claimed it’s D

  3. says:

    I lo

  4. says:

    How does one live a moral life and still live in reality c “Inside I am screaming” “Inside we all are” c“So I’ll be a fish Or a bird Or a cricket Or whatever Does it matter so long as I’ve done the be

  5. says:

    This was a very enjoyable and engaging young adult fantasy about a world where reincarnation is very real and depending on

  6. says:

    Thank you to Harper Collins Publishers Harper Voyager for the eARC of Race the Sands by Sarah Beth Durst The book releases April 21st 2020 so add it to your TBR now if you are interestedDescription omitted for Goodreads reviewDoes it sound a bit like The Scorpio Races Yes to the point where I almost put it down b

  7. says:

    5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum ’d be shocked if Race the Sands doesn’t end up topping my list of favorite reads at the end of the year

  8. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and HarperCollins Publishers for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewI wasn’t sure what to expect from this book but I took a chance because it had uite a few elements that appealed to me high fantasy deadly races reincarnation a desert empire and two strong female protagonists Race the Sands features two main characters alternating between their perspectives and occasionally the perspectives o

  9. says:

    Ahoy there me mateys I received a copy of this young adult fantasy eArc from Edelweiss in exchange for me honest musings I absolutely loved this standalone novel This novel has great female protagonists fun evil creatures called kehoks and some surprising plot twists It was such a good reading experience that I didn’t even notice many of the writing inconsistencies until after I finished I wanted to stay up all night reading bu

  10. says:

    35 starsIt seems that it has taken a global pandemic for me to enjoy YA fantasy again It reminded me a bit of The Scorpio Races but

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