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This book is truly incredible. It is magical and exciting at every turn. The writing is beautiful. It kept me hanging onto every page.Published 6 days ago by Anita
My first warning that I might not like this book came when Yeine first meets Nahadoth, and the cringey stabbing/kissing/fanfic-y scene that follows. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jenny
Meh. Dont be fooled by the premis. It's more of a love story with some politics thrown in there and I didn't particularly care for Jemisin's writing style or characterization. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Aslan
I really enjoyed this. Can't believe Ms. Jemisin is a first timer, but if so, BRAVA! Even if not, ditto. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The whole series is wonderful. I can see how they are not to everyone's style, but for me, it was like eating mashed potatoes while drinking hot chocolate as it rained outside. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shoe
If you love fantasy and Fifty Shades of Grey, then this is the novel for you.
Pros: Very cool premise (enslaved gods used as weapons by a world-dominating family), great... Read more
A refreshing change from the classic fantasy tale. The journey is mostly intellectual and metaphysical, but with many satisfying and varied physical and temporal anchors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William L Jones