Children of Blood and Bone (Legacy of Orisha)

December 30, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Engrossing start to the series I really haven’t been this drawn into a fantasy world for a long time. When I started reading Children of Bone and Blood, I found it almost impossible to put down. I really got invested in the setting – a fantasy West Africa where magic has disappeared, the children of former maji are treated as second class citizens and three teenagers are tasked with a mission from the Gods to bring back magic. The African setting gave the novel a very different feel from other young adult fantasies that I’ve…

Anonymous says:

Incredible, deeply involving and magical novel. AMAZING.Why did it have to end there?! This is serious Book Hangover material. BE WARNED. Sometimes I think publishing a series one book at a time should be outlawed.What a read. What a cast! What a great story. This is one of the best books I’ve read in years – I think the series is going to be incredible. It is such a beautiful celebration of African culture, love, family and the unerring belief in doing the right thing. It is also a novel filled with unexpected twists…

Anonymous says:

Most compelling book I’ve read in years Children of Blood and Bone is the first book of a planned series: Legacy of Orïsha. It is an epic fantasy inspired by West African culture with all the elements you’d expect: A princess in trouble, a next-in-line prince struggling to reconcile what he’s taught from what is right or wrong, a domineering king, a people oppressed, and magic in all its glory. However, this book turns it all into something unique and powerful.The POV shifts between three main characters: Zélie, Amari,…

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