The Nameless Cityheld by the rogue Dao prince Erziis under siege by a coalition of Dao and Yisun forces who are determined to end the war for the Nameless City once and for all. And the people of the citythe "Named"are caught in between.Meanwhile, Rat and Kai must infiltrate Erzi's palace and steal back the ancient and deadly formula for napatha, the ancient weapon of mass destruction Erzi has unearthedbefore he can use it to destroy everything Rat and Kai hold dear!In her third and final installment in the Nameless City trilogy, Faith Erin Hicks delivers a heart-thumping conclusion. With deft world-building, frantic battle scenes, and a gentle and moving friendship at its heart, the Nameless City has earned its place as one of the great fantasy series of our time....
|Title||:||The Divided Earth|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Divided Earth Reviews
SO GOOD. I will always read something by Faith Erin Hicks.
An absolutely satisfying conclusion to one of my favorite graphic novel series in the past few years.
Last book in this series. So good.
It was fine.
I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people fighting for what they believed in and wanted. And even though the story made that point, the art didn't execute it very well.
I enjoyed this series so much!
It's so good!
More thoughts to come
The thrilling conclusion to the Nameless City trilogy! As Rat and Kaidu try to figure out how to get back at Erzi and Mura and subvert their plan to destroy the Yisun army with an ancient and powerful weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies.
I loved this MG graphic novel trilogy so much. The artwork is absolutely stunning, and the storyline is riveting and doesn't shy away from tough topics like colonialism, the cycles of war and peace, conquering nations ...more