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There's so much potential here, but it feels like it just never got going.
Katherine Addison has created a wonderful world with a rich history and a very complex set of relationships between these characters.
Though the other characters are well drawn, none of them is anything close to a secondary protagonist: This is Maia’s story, period.
Best thing I've read in a while, other than some small troubles keeping characters and their names straight.Published 6 days ago by E. Debris
Good world building Excellent character development Intriguing storyline with enough nuance to keep you wondering without knowing where it was headedPublished 9 days ago by Equidoc
Actually, I loved it. The young Goblin emperor is such a sympathetic character, kind, observant, dutiful, humble, funny - I certainly hope there are more books to come!Published 10 days ago by Xandria Brown
Refreshing read, I am caught up and can't wait for the next book. I read fantasy with obsession and this is one I will revisit againPublished 11 days ago by Leah
Politics aren't really my thing, be they Obama vs. Bush or (as here) elven court intrigue, but the intriguing cover and excellent reviews made me curious enough to at least try... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Diane, genre fiction & wordplay lover
I’ve been hearing nothing but praise for The Goblin Emperor since it came out last year – most reviews used the words “optimistic” and “endearing”. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Kriti Godey
A bit annoying with all the names and different ending of family name... Quite frustrating sometimes but couldnt let go of the book... Addictive!! Read morePublished 14 days ago by C. Moncollin
This is quite a long history of an unlikely Emperor that startsh is reign after his father and brothers are killed. Read morePublished 14 days ago by J. L. Srygley