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Kingdoms of awesomeness

5 May 2011

I have been putting off reviewing N. K. Jemesin’s The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms ever since it came out, partly because there is just so much to say about it that I haven’t found the time to write up the review it deserves. But now that it is out in mass-market paperback and nominated for a Hugo and nominated for a Nebula and you can get the ebook for only $2.99, I should let you all know, at the very least: Read this book. It rocks. Consider that a placeholder for the more comprehensive review that I ought to have written a long time ago.

(Oh, yeah, the sequel rocks, too.)