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User Review  - AriBookzilla - LibraryThing

“There is power in dreams,” She told him. “Harness it and therein lies magic. But only virtuous men may wield it.” In The Killing Moon, N.K. Jemisin creates a wonderful world (similar to ancient Egypt ... Read full review

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User Review  - jmgold - LibraryThing

I had heard an awful lot of hype in regard to Jemisin after her first book The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. So I was extremely curious to sample her writing and she did not disappoint. There is some ... Read full review

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User Review  - yoyogod - LibraryThing

I love fantasy novels, but these days I don't really read that many of them any more. This is because most epic fantasy has been taken over by these large ever expanding series where you have to read ... Read full review

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User Review  - littlebookworm - LibraryThing

In Gujaareh, it is the Gatherers’ job to shelter innocent civilians and lead them to a peaceful death once their time has come. Their tithes allow the city to run smoothly and peacefully, while the ... Read full review

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User Review  - VivalaErin - LibraryThing

Ehiru and Nijiri are Gatherers, priests of the goddess Hananja who move through the city at night casting eternal sleep on those who need it. But little do they know, they are doing much more than ... Read full review

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User Review  - chelseagirl - LibraryThing

I've become quite the fan of Jemisin, who writes refreshingly original fantasy. For me, this was her best so far: Gujaarati, a world inspired by Ancient Egypt with a healthy dose of Freudian dream ... Read full review

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User Review  - ReginaR - LibraryThing

The Killing Moon is the first in a new epic fantasy series by the author of the The Inheritance Trilogy, N. K. Jemison. Jemison has said that The Killing Moon is her "homage to epic fantasy — as ... Read full review

Review: The Killing Moon (Dreamblood #1)

User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

Ehiru is a Gatherer, a servant of the goddess Hananja, whose purpose is to gather magical dreamblood from the dying and help them on to the next world, and also to serve as an executioner for the ... Read full review


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