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The New York Times called this book “intricate and extraordinary” and I agree. For all the intricacies of its world I was never confused or lost. The way Jemisin weaves the details of the world into the narrative kept me immersed in the story from the start to the finish.
This was one of the weirdest fantasy books I’ve read in a while, 10/10 would recommend. And yes, I’ve gone ahead and added the second book in the series to my wishlist for later.