The Dreamblood Duology

The Dreamblood Duology

N.K. Jemisin / Oct 21, 2019

The Dreamblood Duology The Dreamblood Duology includes the novels The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun The city burned beneath the Dreaming Moon In the ancient city state of Gujaareh peace is the only law Upon its rooftop

  • Title: The Dreamblood Duology
  • Author: N.K. Jemisin
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  • The Dreamblood Duology includes the novels The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun.The city burned beneath the Dreaming Moon.In the ancient city state of Gujaareh, peace is the only law Upon its rooftops and amongst the shadows of its cobbled streets wait the Gatherers the keepers of this peace Priests of the dream goddess, their duty is to harvest the magic of the sleThe Dreamblood Duology includes the novels The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun.The city burned beneath the Dreaming Moon.In the ancient city state of Gujaareh, peace is the only law Upon its rooftops and amongst the shadows of its cobbled streets wait the Gatherers the keepers of this peace Priests of the dream goddess, their duty is to harvest the magic of the sleeping mind and use it to heal, soothe and kill those judged corrupt.But when a conspiracy blooms within Gujaareh s great temple, Ehiru the most famous of the city s Gatherers must question everything he knows Someone, or something, is murdering dreamers in the goddess name, stalking its prey both in Gujaareh s alleys and the realm of dreams Ehiru must now protect the woman he was sent to kill or watch the city be devoured by war and forbidden magic.

    The Dreamblood Duology by N.K Jemisin The Dreamblood Duology Dreamblood The city burned beneath the Dreaming Moon In the ancient city state of Gujaareh, peace is the only law Upon its rooftops and amongst the shadows of its cobbled streets wait the Gatherers the keepers of this peace The Dreamblood Duology includes the novels The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun. The Dreamblood Duology N K The Dreamblood Duology and millions of other books are available for Kindle Learn Enter your mobile number or email address below and we ll send you Dreamblood Duology Literature TV Tropes Literature Dreamblood Duology The Dreamblood Duology is a series of two Fantasy novels by American author N K Jemisin and inspired by Ancient Egypt It is set mainly in the city state of Gujaareh, ruled by the law of the dream goddess Hananja whose priests oversee both the The Dreamblood Duology Kindle Edition In the Dreamblood Duology I had a great experience The author has developed deep and believable characters that keep you interested in the next step of their lives Unlike some other books I have read what she does is she takes you to a climax moment in a characters experience before moving back to other characters. The Dreamblood Duology Dreamblood by N K Jemisin The Dreamblood Duology is an omnibus edition that includes The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun. The Dreamblood Duology N K Jemisin The Dreamblood Duology is an omnibus edition that includes The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun For by N.K Jemisin check out The Inheritance TrilogyThe Hundred Thousand KingdomsThe Broken KingdomsThe Kingdom of Gods The Dreamblood Duology eBook by N K Jemisin The Dreamblood Duology is an omnibus edition that includes The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun For by N.K Jemisin check out The Inheritance Trilogy The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms The Broken Kingdoms The Kingdom of Gods The Inheritance Trilogy omnibus edition The dreamblood duology eBook, WorldCat The Dreamblood Duology includes the novels The Killing Moon nominated for the Nebula and World Fantasy awards and The Shadowed Sun One of the most celebrated new voices in epic fantasy Salon The city burned beneath the Dreaming Moon In the ancient city state of Gujaareh, peace is The Dreamblood Duology Salt Lake County Library Services The Dreamblood Duology is an omnibus edition that includes The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun For by N.K Jemisin check out The Inheritance Trilogy The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms The Broken Kingdoms The Kingdom of Gods The Inheritance Trilogy omnibus edition The Killing Moon Dreamblood, by N.K Jemisin Beautiful, complex, and refreshingly original, The Killing Moon shines bright Ehiru the dreamer Ehiru is a Gatherer in the city state of Gujaareh He has devoted his life to serving the goddess Hananja.

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    1. Killing Moon ReviewI just absolutely love the way that Jemisin reveals the worlds and characters that she creates. From the very beginning Jemisin requires her readers to sit up and pay attention because every detail is important to the story line and she wastes no time easing readers into her stories. Killing Moon is a dark story and there were several times that I wanted to hold my breath hoping that things could work out differently than they do, even when I saw the inevitability of the situa [...]


    2. Свят, в който сънищата притежават могъща магия.Свят, в който след като умреш се преселваш завинаги в селенията им, а смъртта идва от жреците на Хананджа, богинята на сънищата. Трима герои, твърде различни един от друг, които заедно трябва да спрат надигането на древно зло, по [...]


    3. Historically, my taste in fantasy series has leaned heavily toward Medieval Europe-style tales full of knights and swords and castles and dragons -- and there's nothing wrong with that. But the fantasy genre has grown so much in recent years, and NK Jemisin has been the single shining beacon that has shown me just how good diverse fantasy can be.The Dreamblood Duology has everything that a 'traditional' fantasy series might have -- intricate world-building, well-crafted characters, a compelling [...]


    4. I loved The Fifth Season and The Obelisk Gate, so I was thinking good things when I picked up this volume. Good things, it turns out, includes a story that has absolutely cemented Jemisin as one of my absolute favorite writers.Good prose? Check. Nuanced and thoughtful understanding of human nature? Check. Drama and tension? Oh so many checks. Deep, pervasive, subtle world building? Check. A plot that holds you and hooks you? Check. Characters that are flawed and real and wonderful? Check.


    5. I liked The Killing Moon slightly better than The Shadowed Sun, but overall these were both very, very good. I read Jemisin’s blog post about these and understand that they were supposed to be a trilogy. The ending of TSS does indeed feel a bit rushed. I also found it to be a heavier read than TKM, some of the subject matter is intense and difficult. Overall I would recommend this to anybody who is sick of the overused Medieval England setting for fantasy novels.



    6. This was a good book. I really loved how divided the reader can get over who is in the right or wrong. Granted, the bad was clearly bad, but I love how divided I was on whether Ehuri or Sunandi were in the right.Looking forward to book two!


    7. I really enjoyed this book (not that it shows on the ridicule amount of time that I took to read it but I somehow am not in the mood to read this year o_O)I liked the whole idea of the Magic in these books a lot, and that it was somewhat based in ancient Egypt.I liked The Shadowed Sun a bit more, the setting, the characters, the climax.In short, a very good read!


    8. 4.5. that ending was perfection. I loved all the amazing, strong, well developed characters. Jemisin's world building is quite unrivaled in my opinion. I did fall into a bit of a slump in the middle of the 2nd book but I am mot sure if the book was actually to blame or just me and everything going on at the moment because even in the slump and when I hadn't picked up the book in days I could not stop thinking of Wana and Hanani, Sunadi and Najiri, and all others. Not your typical battles but I l [...]


    9. I will read everything this woman writes. Her ability to create interesting characters, and fascinating worlds, is amazing and inspiring. These two books do not disappoint.



    10. I stumbled across "The Dreamblood Duology" at the airport and figured it was worth a shot -- especially given the other options. And all in all, it was a good investment of $20, as the combination of "The Killing Moon" and "The Shadowed Sun" was not only a bargain, but the linked novels were fun reads.N. K. Jemisin sets her fantasy on an unnamed world with magical powers drawn from dreams, and in "The Killing Moon" we are introduced to Gatherers, who kill people peacefully by transporting their [...]


    11. I really really like N.K. Jemisin after reading the Fifth season and so I read this on faith. The first book was excellent, five stars and I felt so drawn into the characters and the world. The second book was just okay for me. I didn't like either of the main characters and didn't feel like I ever really understood them as people or their motivations for decisions. It felt like the story came from this very specific place and I couldn't get into it. But I think reading this is worth it just for [...]


    12. Although slow reads, I really enjoyed both books immensely. There was a really interesting mythology, interesting politics with neither country portrayed as good or evil, and suitably complex and sympathetic characters. The story of the first book was perhaps a bit more poignant, but I absolutely loved the resolution of the second.


    13. I did not love this as much as broken earth or the inheritance trilogy, it drags a bit and some of the characters aren't built very well and added or dropped. But it is a really fun and diverse fantasy universe built on the magic of people's dreams. If you liked Jemisin's other books/series, you'll like this one too, it was just not my favorite of her works.


    14. Merely very excellent Her trilogies are amazingly excellent the Duology “merely” very. Highly recommend. Characterizations of high caliber like her other books. World creating—super “wow!”


    15. N. K. Kristin is my new favorite author.While I didn't love this set of books as much as her other stories, I loved them still. Jemisin's treatment of characters is both real and fair. They inhabit their worlds as fully as we do ours.




    16. Finished the second book in the Duology and I'm sticking with my 3 rating. Again, it took a while to really get into the story. Things got much better towards the end where I didn't want to put it down. The characters were extremely interesting and the story bring out a lot of emotions. I found myself tearing up on certain parts. Both books were very unique in their storyline. While some characters exist in both books, it was refreshing to get to know new main characters in the second story. I g [...]


    17. Read The Killing Moon in a separate edition - started 4/30/17, finished: 5/18/17Reading this omnibus for The Shadowed Sun - started 5/18/17, finished: 5/21/17


    18. wiwwowwowwow. Pretty much perfect in terms of world-building, character development, creating cultural systems, and knowing when to stop! If I could give 6 stars, I would!


    19. Original and thought provoking, Jemisin's Dreamblood Duology is like a fever dream of Arabian Nights. With strong notes of ancient Egyptian mythology and culture, the world building is top notch, and really showcases Jemisin's talent with words. The only thing holding this series back from 5 stars for me is that even towards the end of each novel, I didn't really feel that invested in the characters.


    20. This series was absolutely AMAZING. Such creativity. Such great writing. Jemisin writes with a certain depth that I really appreciate. Love, love, LOVE this series.This is my first experience with Jemisin, but it will definitely not be my last. This was truly a great work.


    21. Sometimes it's hard to be objective about a book, because you just loved it too damn much to do anything other than squee and try to push it into the hands of anyone who will stand still, so that they can also experience this excitement. Such was my experience immediately after finishing this volume. The world building is amazing. It's rare to find such a fully fleshed-out, unique setting. Yes, it's inspired by ancient Egypt, but it's so much more than that. The world of Gujaareh is itself, and [...]


    22. 4.5 stars overall, 5 for The Killing Moon and 4 for The Shadowed Sun. The second book gets heavy on the politics about halfway through, when I really wanted more of the mythology. However, if you like the complexity of politics in your world-building, you'll like this. Jemisin gets a lot of credit and praise for her world-building, and rightly so, but her characters her characters are simply AMAZING. I couldn't get through Dune because the characters bored me to tears (not to mention third-perso [...]


    23. Jemisin knocks it out of the park again with fantastic characters and worldbuilding. Both novels explore themes of faith, love, duty, and morality beautifully, in an intricately-crafted Egypian-themed world. Two great books!


    24. I read the Duology in this collected edition instead of reading the novels separately, so I'm just going to proceed with the single review, even though each novel has different strengths and weaknesses. Also a huge Jemisin fan, really enjoyed the Inheritance trilogy and will grab the final volume of the Broken Earth trilogy as soon as it comes out.As usual, Jemisin offers her remarkable trope-shattering creativity throughout these books. Jemisin hat-tips to Egyptian mythology, but you could just [...]


    25. A pseudo-Egyptian country has become the leaders of trade, wealth, and sophistication through being a cultural melting pot (where dark = aristocratic) + dream wizard magic. The entire religion is based around harnessing dream energy leading to miraculous healing and easing pain as well as madness. The pinnacle order of these wizards are the culturally-accepted euthanasianists who kill those suffering to harness their life energy (this is very magically necessary). But then the most respected and [...]


    26. 'The Dreamblood Duology' was the last book(s) I read in 2016, and a good way to finish out the year. I'd read these before individually, and was excited to find out I could buy the set of them together -- excellent, thoughtful fantasy in a much warmer setting than the winter outside my window. Also, I was really drawn to the themes of justice and peace, and the complications of dealing with corruption in the world.


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