The Broken Kingdoms
Pages no: 398
Edition language: English
Series: The Inheritance Trilogy (#2)
Oree Shoth is blind to the mundane world but can see the magical, she's an artist and around her godlings play with humanity. Then she finds the body of a godling, dead. Only they're immortal and she's now caught up in a battle for lives and power.This just blew me away, I was enwraped in it, enth...
Series: Inheritance #2 I was tempted to give this book one star just because it kept going downhill, but I think I'll be generous. There was nothing really wrong with it; I just didn't care and only kept going to see how mildly it would end. It felt like nothing was happening even though stuff was...
Set ten years after the events of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, we get to see the aftermath of what happened in that book - primarily, the freeing of the gods and godlings from the rule of the Arameri. Itempas, who had been the sole god worshipped under that regime, has been cursed to be mortal and...
I liked this one possibly even more than the last one, although I took longer to read it. :)Loved how sympathetic Oree managed to make Shiny. Loved that the theme of this book was basically "family is hard".
The city of Sky has fallen into Shadow, hiding under the World Tree, with godlings finally free from the Interdiction left over from the Gods' War thousands of years before. Ten years after the birth of The Lady, Shadow is a "new" city formed between roots of the Tree and the politics of the Arameri...
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