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|
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The Divided Earth Reviews
The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you'd hope - few surprises (heroes are heroes, villains are villains) but it's satisfying. I'm here for a second trilogy (and third and fourth and etc).
More thoughts to come
I had downloaded this tween graphic novel from Netgalley, but it was archived before I could get a chance to actually read it.
A solid ending to the series.
The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect.
In particular, Rat contrasts with Mura so well in the final actions of the series. The pairs in this book - Kaidu and Erzi, Rat and Mura, the Dao and rival nations - each deliver a great example of how differently life can turn out when p ...more
An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home.
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The Divided Earth is the final book of The Nameless City trilogy, and wraps the narrative up in a thrilling and satisfying conclusion!
Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the story takes place in the fictional city Daidu, named by the Dao’s, the most recent conquering nation. However, due to centuries of conquest, the inhabitants of many different nationalities simply call it The Nameless City. ...more
The conclusion of the trilogy was worth the several-month-long wait on the library-hold list. The Nameless City trilogy handles the story of a city and characters dealing with what it means to belong. When do you belong to a place? When does a place belong to you? What gives you the right to be a part of something? Who has the right to dangerous knowledge? Tying the story together is friendship and the love of family. Plus lots of chases across rooftops and rich illustration.