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Lots of interesting characters and a well executed intrigue story.
By the end, I thought forlornly of it written differently, with a denser plot and complicated characters, and wish I'd read that book instead.
The gods Nahadoth and Sieh are tragic and compelling, the relationship between them and Yeine growing organically through the novel.
My favorite part is the author capturing super hot sex scenes....in a sci fi book! LOVED IT!Published 7 days ago by Angela Doyle
This story has politics, social justice, family drama, magic and love. I recommend it to anyone, especially someone looking to get into fantasy.Published 16 days ago by Macy Hurwitz
Terrible book, I read it completely because I kept hoping it would get better but it didn't. I was hoping for another amazing series like Game of Thrones but this is no where near... Read morePublished 21 days ago by L. Doyle
If you appreciate world mythologies and unique story telling, this novel is for you. It's a love story encompassing love for parent/child, love of country, love of self, love of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ceri
Jemisin's prose had a writer's workshop feel, but considering The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is her first novel, I tried to ignore the jolting plot and constant interruptions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason F.
It amuses me whenever I watch a sports event like basketball or football, and right before the game I see that each team huddles in the locker room and prays to God. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony E. Cardenas
This is a book that sneaks in some really big issue underneath the cover of a "coming of age tale. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth Pyatt