As best accomplished via Babelfish and other translatory variations, it is described as:
"The princess of the desert" enshrines Alma Alexander as one of the best writers of the fantastic sort. The rich variety of exotic and sometimes deadly landscapes, the treason and the intrigue in a magical and deep history are meshed perfectly in a magical and deep history
(I couldn't resist that "writer of a fantastic sort" comment [grin])
Haven't got my copy yet. Can't wait to see it.