The Obelisk Gate
THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD ENDS... FOR THE LAST TIME.The season of endings grows darker as civilization fades into the long cold night. Alabaster Tenring – madman, world-crusher, savior – has returned with a mission: to train his successor, Essun, and thus seal the fate of the Stillness forever.It... show more
THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD ENDS... FOR THE LAST TIME.The season of endings grows darker as civilization fades into the long cold night. Alabaster Tenring – madman, world-crusher, savior – has returned with a mission: to train his successor, Essun, and thus seal the fate of the Stillness forever.It continues with a lost daughter, found by the enemy.It continues with the obel
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: The Broken Earth (#2)
This book might have started out slowly, but once it got going, I couldn't put it down. Both the ideas in the book and the way they were presented were amazing and the effects of being seen as "less than" are shown so well. Overall, I loved the book and definitely recommend it to anyone who isn't sp...
An excellent sequel to an amazing book. If you haven't started this series yet, drop whatever you are doing and start The Fifth Season. I am so looking forward to the third book!
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK SOOONNNNN THIS BOOK WAS SO DAAAAAANGGGG GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODDDDNormally, I'm a little more eloquent than this so imagine HOW GOOD THIS BOOK IS THAT I'M JUST A FLOPPING FISH OF HOPELESS EXCITEMENT AND AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIt is really hard to sum up the Fifth Season, or...
Series: The Broken Earth #2 This is another solid installment in the series. Here we learn more about orogeny and the obelisks (duh). The book tells the tale about the survival of Castrima early in the Season and allows us to follow Nassun’s story (Essun’s daughter). I still think this world is re...
I’ve been enjoying the recent trend in fantasy literature that explores what happens after—after the big bad is defeated, after a major disaster. In addition to making all those political philosophy classes I took in college relevant at last, books like N.K. Jemisin’s The Obelisk Gate offer a glimps...