"A dead god.
"A dying world.
"A girl never meant to be sentient."
This is the book description. None of that is actually stated in the book, though the second one is probably true. The first and third are not even hinted at. The person on the cover of the book, who appears to be a dryad, does not show up either.
So, what's actually in the book? The entire book is a series of quick cuts. We get first-person narration from a slave nicknamed Finder. She is amazingly beautiful, can mysteriously read and speak any language, can [multitude of Mary-Sue powers redacted to avoid spoilers], and is tragically mistreated by everyone she meets. She is also an utter doormat. A typical scene with her is someone telling her to do something, which she then does, and then someone hits her and she has to go to the doctor again (she goes through maybe 3 acres of bandages in the book). We also get quick third-person scenes from characters in three countries as they scheme about Finder and each other. Scenes are conveyed almost exclusively through dialogue, with basically no description of the scene or the people. The characters talk endlessly about Finder, and the scenes flip back and forth through time and space with only the character names to help you place them. Interesting things fail to happen.
Bottom line: this is not a complete story. This is a book almost entirely about introducing characters to star in the sequel, and the characters failed to engage. The cast was headed by the obnoxiously perfect heroine, and of the rest, not one character has an arc or even much of a description. The heroine does not get an arc either; the closest we get to character growth is the fact that by the end of the book, the heroine thinks she might start thinking about standing up for herself one day, but she has not yet gotten around to it. The plot is driven, not by the world-shattering events in the description, but by a series of evil powerful women (and the occasional man) who beat the heroine and send her to her next set piece. I would skip this this one, if I were you.