Jemisin, N.���K.

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The World We Make

Highly recommended for readers who loved the deep dive into myth and roots of American Gods by Neil Gaiman, those fascinated with conspiracy theories about politics and corruption, and anyone who loves a good adventure where plucky underdogs rise up and triumph in spite of themselves.

The City We Became

Jemisin (The Broken Earth) writes a harsh love story to one of America’s most famous places. As raw and vibrant as the city itself, the prose pushes the boundaries of fantasy and brings home what residents already know—their city is alive. [See Prepub Alert, 9/16/19.]
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How Long 'til Black Future Month? : Stories

This robust collection is a worthy introduction to three-time Hugo Award winner Jemisin's powerful work for curious newcomers and is sure to delight the author's many fans.—Idris Grey, Houston
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"The Broken Earth"

Jemisin won back-to-back Hugo Awards for The Fifth Season and its follow-up The Obelisk Gate...
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The Stone Sky

The powerful conclusion to the "Broken Earth" trilogy (The Fifth Season, The Obelisk Gate) will please the author's many fans with its fully developed world, detailed settings, and complex characters.
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The Obelisk Gate

Jemisin's follow-up to The Fifth Season is exceptional. Those who anxiously awaited this sequel will find the only problem is that the wait must begin again once the last page is turned.
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The Inheritance Trilogy

The treat for those who pick up this massive one-volume edition of Jemisin's award-winning trilogy (The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms; The Broken Kingdoms; The Kingdom of Gods) is a terrific new novella, "The Awakened Kingdom," set in the same universe...
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The Shadowed Sun

The author's exceptional ability to tell a compelling story and her talent for worldbuilding have assured her place at the forefront of fantasy.
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The Killing Moon

This story, set in a world inspired by Africa and the Middle East, shines for its remarkable characters and graceful prose. Jemisin's fans and readers who enjoy China Miéville, Daniel Abraham, and Mike Resnick will embrace her attention to detail and the love of storytelling that infuses this novel.
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