[Shades in Shadow Inheritance 05 15 25 [BOOK] Free download PDF AUTHOR N.K. Jemisin

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To the Inheritance Trilogy a newly enslaved Nahadoth forges a dark alliance with a mortal for survival and revenge Return to the world of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms in these three interconnected short tales. These short stories are an excellent addition to the main series I particularly liked the Nahadoth story as he is such an interesting force in the Inheritance universe

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Shades in Shadow Inheritance 05 15 25

Three brand new short stories by Hugo Nebula World Fantasy Award nominated author NK Jemisin set in the world of the Inheritance trilogy From the shadows of the greater stories away from the bright light of Sk. Brilliant as always Three short stories1 The first one is about Nahadoth s imprisonment and takes place before the events of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms It was really sad and uplifting at the same time Perfect2 The second one is about Hado the human vessel of the god of darkness and what happens to him after he s freed Beautiful3 And the last one follows Glee the daughter of the God of light and her journey to finding her father and figuring his purpose in life Sill fangirling by the wayI know it s selfish to do this but I truly hope we get stories from this universe It s definitely my favorite from all of Miss Jemisin s work and I m really grateful for this book Now I feel like rereading the original trilogy

REVIEW Shades in Shadow Inheritance 05 15 25

Y and wending 'round the sagas of the Arameri come three uieter tales A newborn god with an old old soul struggles to find a reason to live A powerful demon searches for her father and answers And in a preuel. N K Jemisin s Shades in Shadow is a modest collection three stories set in the universe of her Inheritance trilogy but a welcome one In a sense these small gems are almost sidebars to the main story told in the trilogy scenes that were not essential to the overall narrative but enhance our understanding of some of the characters The Wild Boy is a preuel set in the early days of Nahadoth s confinement and tells a story of his relationship with a mortal determined to avenge himself against those who enslaved himIn The God without a Name a new god born from the body used by Nahadoth during his enslavement searches for his nature and for a reason to continue livingAnd in The Third Why Glee Oree demon daughter of Itempas seeks out her father in the hopes that through him she will find answers to uestions she scarcely knows how to ask All three tales deal in some fashion with finding meaning in life and reason for living even if the answers are not always the most productive They are about understanding one s nature and one s self and if even gods have trouble with these things then perhaps in reading these stories we mortals can learn to take it easy on ourselves when we too lack all the answers I hope that Jemisin will continue to visit this universe from time to time and bring back tales to inform and delight us


10 thoughts on “Shades in Shadow Inheritance 05 15 25

  1. says:

    Brilliant as always Three short stories1 The first one is about Nahadoth's imprisonment and takes place before the events of The Hundred Thous

  2. says:

    First of all I strongly recommend this to be read AFTER the main books in the trilogy as it contains some not so small spoilersThe

  3. says:

    This ebook is a collection of three short stories set in the same universe as The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms It revisits some of the characters and the conseuences of the original trilogy giving us a little of Nahadoth Hado and Glee Shoth in turn I’m fairly sure I missed out on some of the details because I haven’t read the books recently enough; I’m very sure I’ll reread this when I have to fully appreciate it As it is tho

  4. says:

    N K Jemisin's Shades in Shadow is a modest collection three stories set in the universe of her Inheritance trilogy but a welcome one In a sense these small gems are almost sidebars to the main story told in the trilogy scenes that were not essential to the overall narrative but enhance our understanding of some of the characters The Wild Boy

  5. says:

    Excellent addition to the Inheritance trilogy although I wouldn't classify it as a preuel Each of the stories reuire knowledge from the original trilogy even if one of them is set chronologically beforehand

  6. says:

    The short stories give nice insight into characters

  7. says:

    These short stories are an excellent addition to the main series I particularly liked the Nahadoth story as he is such an interesting force in the Inheritance universe

  8. says:

    NK Jemisin is one of my favourite authors and I absolutely loved her Inheritance trilogy So when Shades in Shadow was released I was so happy to get to go back to that world I loved the way the stories connected to the three original books and

  9. says:

    This is a short story set in the Inheritance Trilogy it focuses on 3 characters fleshing out the stories they had in the books Whil

  10. says:

    Returning to InheritanceTo come back to the world of the Inheritance trilogy through this triptych reminded me why I fell so in love with the series The characters are so uniuely loveable and the way NK puts words down is simply ma

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