☆ I centomila regni || ↠ PDF Read by ✓ N.K. Jemisin Serena Maccotta


  • Title: I centomila regni
  • Author: N.K. Jemisin Serena Maccotta
  • ISBN: 9788898172276
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Yeine Darr un esiliata del barbaro Nord Quando sua madre muore in circostanze misteriose, viene convocata nella maestosa citt di Sky, sede della famiglia dominante Arameri L nominata erede del re, e la notizia la sconvolge Ma il trono dei Centomila Regni non facile da conquistare, e Yeine si ritrova coinvolta in una brutale lotta per il potere contro due cuginiYeine Darr un esiliata del barbaro Nord Quando sua madre muore in circostanze misteriose, viene convocata nella maestosa citt di Sky, sede della famiglia dominante Arameri L nominata erede del re, e la notizia la sconvolge Ma il trono dei Centomila Regni non facile da conquistare, e Yeine si ritrova coinvolta in una brutale lotta per il potere contro due cugini che non sapeva nemmeno di avere Mentre combatte per la vita, si avvicina sempre di pi alla verit sulla morte di sua madre e sulla storia di sangue della sua famiglia Con le sorti del mondo in precario equilibrio, Yeine imparer quanto pericoloso possa essere vivere in una situazione in cui a e odio, d i e comuni mortali, si ritrovano inestricabilmente legati.
    N.K. Jemisin Serena Maccotta
    N K Jemisin lives and works in New York City.

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    Commentaires:

    Rick Riordan
    I picked up this book after reading a thought-provoking article about the author in The Guardian: theguardian/books/2015. I really liked what she said about coming to fantasy with no interest in maintaining the status quo. She's right that so many fantasy books are about restoring order to a kingdom, returning a rightful heir to the throne, or getting back to the good old days by defeating some dark power that threatens to unbalance society. Jemisin, as an African American female writer, says th [...]

    Regan
    3.5I dont even know guys

    Patrick
    Very much enjoyed it. I have a great love of fantasy that does something a little different, and this book is a little different in a whole lot of ways.Good book. Recommended.

    Vinaya
    I think I may have read too much fantasy. I'm always apprehensive when I read a book everyone loved and can't get worked up about it. I was expecting this book to be radical and innovative and unusual. It wasn't.You've read this before.You're too harsh.This writing style- **********Makes no narrative sense. Seriously, what is it about this book I'm missing? What makes it worthy of being a Hugo and Nebula nominee? The choppy writing style felt weird to me- not because I didn't understand the tran [...]

    N.K. Jemisin
    Just got the ARCs. Reading for typos and errors, and also for the thrill of READING MY BOOK YAY WHOA.

    Felicia
    Well, I really loved this book. Not since I've read Jaqueline Carey's Kushiel series have I been as enamored, in fact they are very evocative of each other, these series.I had no expectations of this book, in fact I've had an ARC copy by my bed for like a year and a half, and for some reason couldn't get myself to pick it up. I think the cover implies a more epic fantasy feel than it is, really it would appeal to most female-driven urban fantasy fans, but again, i guess it's smart not to slap a [...]

    Carol.
    I've just realized I'm about to give two entirely different books the exact same rating for entirely different reasons. Somehow, that is profoundly unsatisfying to my bookish need to categorize. I need a GR ratings intervention.Something about "The Hundred" fails to digest well. Falling back on my inevitable food analogies, it felt like all those ingredients I love were there--sugar, flour, butter, vanilla, chocolate--but scrambled, fried and decorated into a concoction I wanted to love but just [...]

    mark monday
    a pleasingly old-fashioned fantasy - and by old-fashioned, i mean the opposite of the dense, complicated, multiple perspective, incredibly epic mega-fantasies that have had the most popularity over the past couple decades. this is something different. the language is straightforward, for the most part, and certainly beautiful at times. although the mystery is a complicated one, and deals with rather large issues such as the making and unmaking of an entire world, it still feels somehow 'miniatur [...]

    Bradley
    I am and always will be a huge fan of Godpunk fiction.There's a bit of it floating around out there, but most of it is hidden behind the cloudy minds and bodies of mere mortals, only occasionally poking its bright sunny head out to dazzle and amaze.Sometimes it's the sun. Sometimes it's not. At the moment, I'm feeling the blaze.Fortunately for us, we've also got authors with great and deep understanding of the greater and lesser mysteries, the writing chops to pull off an entirely new mythos tha [...]

    Stephen
    4.0 to 4.5 stars. I learned something while I was reading this excellent fantasy story by Ms. Jemisin that may seem obvious to most but still has changed my outlook on fantasy stories going forward. You see, I have always been a big fan of interesting world-building, compelling back stories and histories and unique magic systems and fantasy elements. The problem is that as you read more and more fantasy stories you start to recognize variations on all the well trod (and often trampled) ground an [...]

    Rachel
    This was a commendable first effort, but I cannot bring myself to rate it any higher. In view of all the positive reviews it has been receiving, I just expected more from this story, but, no, it fell completely short of expectations.The writing itself is certainly readable, but when it comes to portraying emotional turmoils, the author opts for "Tell, Don't Show" too often, so some scenes are filled with rather cringe-worthy descriptions of how a character "feels". The author might have been goi [...]

    Mayim De Vries
    If this is meant to be your first Jemisin book, go away. No, seriously, off you go. Read her masterpiece and only then come back for more. I am writing this thinking that should The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms happened to be my first encounter with Jemisin's writing, it would have taken a long time to approach her again (if at all). But the reversed order allowed me to see how much she matured and developed as a writer and I admire her for this even more.The plot is simple: a young woman is summon [...]

    Brent Weeks
    [This review is based on an Advanced Reading Copy:]What if gods were real…and walked among us…enslaved…and were used as weapons…and were really pissed off about it?N.K. Jemisin is a gifted storyteller and The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is a satisfying tale built on intriguing ideas. Buy this book if you love the flights of imagination only possible in fantasy. Buy it if you love stories of betrayal, murder, hard truths, and being in way over your head.The book is written in the first pers [...]

    Hannah
    Books like this one are the reason why I read and love fantasy. N. K. Jemisin has a way of creating believable and exciting worlds that make me think about my own in a way that I haven't before. While the world in this series is (so far/ for me) not as impressive as the one created in The Fifth Season, it is still highly original and a wonderful basis for the type of stories she excells in.Set in a world where after a war between the gods some of those gods are enslaved by humans and one is reve [...]

    Chris
    Original impression (April 2017): 2 stars - MehI'm burned out on spending a lot of time on stuff I don't want to spend time on.Revised impression (July 2017): 3 solid stars. It turns out this book wasn't finished with me yet. I thought I had put it behind me, but it kept creeping back to my mind and I couldn't help but want to see where it would go.All in all, I was pretty impressed by the end, and I might even continue the trilogy.if it calls to me again

    Gergana
    First read in 2010 Last read in 2016All images are drawn by me, for higher resolution visit gerynh.tumblrGODS! Yep, this series is about Gods.100 000 Kingdoms was my first "what-the-hell-there-are-no-dragons-here-and-it's-not-Harry-Potter" type of book. It was the first novel that introduced me to fictional politics and quiet mysterious dudes with power over darkness that turned out to be one of my many many weaknesses damn you sexy shadow-wielding-men!There are a few reasons why you might enjo [...]

    Matthew Quann
    Man, oh man, oh man, oh manis book was PHENOMENAL.I honestly can't remember the last book that kept me so fastened to the couch, ignoring social calls and daily rituals just to read one more chapter. Okay, maybe just one moreyou get the picture. This book is relentlessly fun, and for a first novel in a trilogy it moves at an unrelenting clip. I kept saying that I'd put the book down, only for the end of a chapter to beg a bit more reading. This book gave me a much needed defibrillation to my sum [...]

    Geoffrey Dow
    For the record, my copy of N.K. Jemisin's The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms came courtesy of a contest conducted by the writer Tricia Sullivan, whose novel, Maul, I read a few years back and which which has since stayed with me far more strongly than most. I wish I could say the same about The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms.Stormwinds over a cardboard world:Nebula-nominated first novel is epic failureI opened N.K. Jemisin's (now Nebula Award nominated) first novel, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, having o [...]

    Laz
    “We can never be gods, after all - but we can become something less than human with frightening ease.”Such a pleasant, pleasant surprise. I loved this so much.There may be some minor spoilers in this, so, go ahead & read at your own volition. No big, spoily spoilers, though! Just explaining things a little.I'm not sure where to begin. Should I may begin by how much well-written this was? N. K. Jemisin is one hell of an author, that is most certain. It was detailed without being tiring, i [...]

    Janina
    What did I expect from The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms? Honestly, I can’t tell. When I saw the translation of book two in a German bookstore some weeks ago, I simply was drawn in by the blurb on the back of the book. It sounded like a stand-alone – or at least like the first book in a trilogy – so when I went looking for the English version, I was surprised to find out that it was in fact not. Now, the summary of book one didn’t sound as intriguing to me at all, but I figured I would maybe [...]

    Kells Next Read
    My Ratings This was my first read from N. K. Jemisin and I can safely say this about her writing style: My head is still fried from this mind blow of a read. The characters, storyline and world building is fantastic. I can't think, write or speak properly at present. I will most certainly have to come back at a later period and ramble about this book. For now:

    Alex Ristea
    I haven't read fantasy with such a sense of wonder in ages.The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is simply a delight to read. Everything from the characters to the setting and magic is beautiful. The language is lyrical, and yet not so dense that you become lost. In some places, it's honestly like reading poetry.Forget the rules-based magic we've come to love from Sanderson and Weeks, and dive into a story of gods and betrayal with a deep current of mysticism throughout.(Also, how fantastic to see a non [...]

    Edward's Ghost Engine (also known as.......... Jinky Spring)
    DNF @ 155 pagesOne of the most boring fantasy books ever that focuses almost entirely on politics.RTC

    new_user
    N.K. Jemisin approaches empire in her epic fantasy debut, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. Laura Resnick (In Legend Born) conceived of conquered Silerians, but few authors discuss the national, political and local effects of imperialism, fearing bored readers and infodumps. Jemisin's subtlety indicates a social awareness, an appreciation for PR vs. reality, biased histories, and mistrust of power."Once, like High North, Senm was also a land of barbarians, and the Amn were simply the most successfu [...]

    Emma Deplores Goodreads Censorship
    This book had a lot of hype when it was first released, followed by a backlash that seemed primarily motivated by the fact there is romance in it. Now that I’ve gotten around to reading this, I did not enjoy it, but that had less to do with the fact that the protagonist hooks up with a dark god than that the story just isn’t very interesting.Yeine is a young woman who travels to a distant land and gets caught up in court politics over her head – standard fantasy stuff. The story is told th [...]

    Ashley
    You can always tell when you come across something and know you've never quite read anything like it before, because afterwards, your brain won't know quite how to file it away. It has to create new paradigms to fit stuff into. I was in that stage for quite a while after reading this weird, sensual, dark, joyful book.Our main character Yeine lives in a world where belief in the gods is not an option. The gods walk among them. It's a world where one nation, the Arameri, have all the power because [...]

    Sarah Anne
    3 stars, but with a lot of promise. I keep arguing with myself about this rating! The fact is that in my eyes it reads very much like a debut novel. There were some things about the character that I felt didn't mesh quite right and her mood swings rivaled the worst YA novel. She talks about her training that helps her not betray her emotions and thoughts on her face but then she spends a lot of time arguing and yelling and thirsting for revenge. She's a warrior and a chieftan, at the ripe old ag [...]

    Zoë Marriott
    N.K. Jemisin's debut fantasy novel iswell, it's something completely different. I've only been this absorbed in, disturbed by and utterly delighted with a book a very few times in my life - I read it in one day and two days later my head is still buzzing with it. And I don't think a single person that I've emailed or spoken to in the past two days has escaped without hearing me rave about and recommend this storyE HUNDRED THOUSAND KINGDOMS is an exquisitely written fantasy which harks back to an [...]

    Jodi Meadows
    This one has been on my radar since it came out in 2010, but a friend repeatedly fangirling over the series tipped me over the edge. I listened to the audio on a long drive over the weekend.The narration was absolutely fantastic, and the story was even more wonderful. I loved the expansive worldbuilding, the complicated politics, and how BIG everything felt. This is a story that will stick with me.

    Tatiana
    Just not connecting with it (again, second try). This novel seems to lack something that The Fifth Season has in abundance. Originality? Agency? Unpredictability?

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