The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (E–pub)


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Free read The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Yeine Darr is an outcast from the barbarian north But when her mother dies under mysterious circumstances s. I picked up this book after reading a thought provoking article about the author in The Guardian I really liked what she said about coming to fantasy with no interest in maintaining the status uo She s right that so many fantasy books are about restoring order to a kingdom returning a rightful heir to the throne or getting back to the good old days by defeating some dark power that threatens to unbalance society Jemisin as an African American female writer says this simply doesn t resonate with her or interest her and why should it Instead she writes science fiction which challenges those in power threatens the ordered society and uestions whether the good old days ever existed I like books that force me to rethink paradigms so I decided to check out her workThe Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is a wonderful read The first book of a trilogy it introduces us to Yeine Darr an outcast from the ruling family of Sky and the product of an unsanctioned biracial marriage who is summoned home to the palace and suddenly made one of three heirs to the throne for reasons unclear Soon she is locked in a cold war with her two cousins both of whom have much power and understanding of politics But Yeine gains some powerful if unstable allies the Enefadah gods who were enslaved by the ruling family after those deities lost a war against the Lord of Light the patron god of SkyYou know me I can t resist a good book with gods knocking around causing chaos among mortals I loved the mythology Jemisin created and how she turned the bright shiny castle with the glorious white king and the heavenly patron god into just about the most horrible place you can image I m looking forward to the next two books though after that ending NO SPOILERS BUT WOW I have no idea where she will go with the story

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Free read The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Throne of the Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is not easily won and Yeine is thrust into a vicious power struggl. Well I really loved this book Not since I ve read Jaueline Carey s Kushiel series have I been as enad in fact they are very evocative of each other these seriesI had no expectations of this book in fact I ve had an ARC copy by my bed for like a year and a half and for some reason couldn t get myself to pick it up I think the cover implies a epic fantasy feel than it is really it would appeal to most female driven urban fantasy fans but again i guess it s smart not to slap a pretty girl on the cover and restrict yourself to just a female audience Everyone can enjoy this book the romantic arc is subtle and not cliched ly prominentBut basically this is a lovely fantasy with a strong female protagonist Yes she doesn t remain assertive and plot driving as she should and really that should have taken a star off but the contemplative nature of the world building and layered motivations and mysteries involving the ensemble overcame that for me I really felt like it was smart and avoided cliches And I was totally hooked when the ending paid off SO WELLOther series this is similar to are Sharon Shinn s Archangel series and Garth Nix s Sabriel Highly recommended

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Free read The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB He is summoned to the majestic city of Sky There to her shock Yeine is named an heiress to the king But the. I think I may have read too much fantasy I m always apprehensive when I read a book everyone loved and can t get worked up about it I was expecting this book to be radical and innovative and unusual It wasn tYou ve read this beforeYou re too harshThis writing style Makes no narrative sense Seriously what is it about this book I m missing What makes it worthy of being a Hugo and Nebula nominee The choppy writing style felt weird to me not because I didn t understand the transitions in time but because there was no need for it It felt gimmicky than real The plot line was standard standard standard Orphaned warrior girl is thrust into the midst of a political war and named heir to her grandfather s kingdom whereupon she falls in love with a god and finds out deep dark secrets about herself You want to know who wrote this plotline better Trudi Canavan that s who Her Priestess of the White and the following books in the Age of the Five trilogy are teeming with gods and goddesses and deceit and political intrigue and romance and war and betrayal and life The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is a pale approximation of Canavan s vivid worldbuilding Seriously Australian authors kick ass every time The worldbuilding in this book was lacklustre So many things were never explained so many rules were pointless and unworkable I never felt a strong connection with Yeine so much of her time was spent wandering around aimlessly and hoping to bump into someone who would drop the information onto her lap All the things we were told in the beginning that she was a warrior that she was the competent ruler of an entire nation that she was trained by her mother in Amn ways none of these things are actually reflected in her actions And my other big pet peeve was with the whole sex scene Seriously all I got were weird allusions that weren t remotely moving or sexy Mostly I was going WTF If sex with Nahadoth hadn t been built up to be such a big deal I could have dealt with the way it was handled as things stand though the description of the scene was florid and overblown and unconvincing Don t get me wrong I didn t HATE the book It was interesting enough to have me reading till the end but I know what good fantasy reads like and to me this book comes a poor second to the vibrant writing of authors like Trudi Canavan and Jennifer Fallon and even Melina Marchetta Hmmm they re all Australian too

  • Paperback
  • 427
  • The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms
  • N.K. Jemisin
  • English
  • 10 January 2019
  • 9780316043915