The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms - N. K. Jemisin Reviews
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The hundred thousand kingdoms is the debut novel by American author NK Jemisin, it is the first part of a trilogy and tells the story of Yeine Darr in the kingdom of Sky. Yeine is a barbarian from the north whose mother was murdered in mysterious circumstances two years earlier, she is asked by her Grandfather the ruler of Sky to visit him. Yeine is astonished when he gives the throne to her, with one small catch, he has also given the throne to two of the cousins. This book is firmly set in a fantasy world but the world of fantasy of the human imagination rather than that of elves, dwarves and dragons. This is fantasy in which the differences are in the ... Read the complete review
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