An American writer known for her ground-breaking and inventive speculative science fiction, Norah K. Jemisin made history in 2016, becoming the first African American woman to receive a Hugo Best Novel Award for The Fifth Season, the first novel in the Broken Earth trilogy. She cemented that historic victory with follow-up wins in 2017 for the follow-up novel The Obelisk Gate and 2018 for the series finale, The Stone Sky, becoming the first author in the award’s history to win the award for three years consecutively. Her other works include the Inheritance trilogy (The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, The Broken Kingdoms and The Kingdom of the Gods) and the Dreamblood duology.
Following on from the bestselling The City We Became, the concluding part of N.K. Jemisin’s Great Cities Duology finds New York City on the edge of peril, as a new candidate for mayor, wielding the populist rhetoric of gentrification and xenophobia, gains ground.
Broken Earth Trilogy
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