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The sequel to the Hugo Award winning The Fifth Season, N.K. Jemisin’s The Obelisk Gate returns to the Stillness as the aftermath of its latest natural disaster takes hold. Essun, the earth-manipulating orogene from TFS, has chosen to stay in the settlement of Castrima to help them with (for lack of a better word) “doomsday preparations” and to train with her former mentor Alabaster Tenring. What is Alabaster’s mission for her? A staggering feat that, if successful, could seal the fate of their world. Meanwhile, Essun’s 10-year-old daughter Nassun, who was kidnapped in TFS, journeys with her volatile father to a community rumored to “cleanse” orogenes of their powers. Yet Nassun’s gifts rapidly mature, and she learns to use them in unimaginable ways – with consequences that could weigh just as heavy as those from her mother’s task.

I’m sure that summary will confuse people who haven’t read this series yet. But it’s difficult to say more without revealing too much of The Obelisk Gate’s incredible world-building and the story itself. We learn much more about the Stillness, especially the obelisks and the stone eaters. Questions that were posed during TFS are answered, and more mysteries arise. There were also moments when I ached for Essun, Nassun, Alabaster, and Essun’s stone-eater friend Hoa. (That Hoa scene in particular nearly made me cry.) All the emotional investment and immersion made The Obelisk Gate impossible to put down – and when I was forced to put it down, I couldn’t stop thinking about it.

Normally I’d use this space for criticisms… But I have none. Sure, The Obelisk Gate is intricate in its plotting and unorthodox in structure (e.g., Jemisin still uses second-person narration for Essun’s chapters). But after reading TFS and other novels by Jemisin over the past year, I’ve learned she has reasons for her unconventional choices – and those reasons always reveal themselves in time. So I sat back, absorbed each chapter’s events and the characters’ choices, and let my speculations percolate. And based on The Obelisk Gate’s climax… Oh my word. The Broken Earth is shaping up to be an outstanding trilogy, and I’m so nervous-yet-scared-to-death for its finale next year. Fantasy readers who haven’t started this series need to get on it – but make sure you start with The Fifth Season, because The Obelisk Gate won’t make sense otherwise.

The Obelisk Gate Epub

Essun’s missing daughter grows more powerful every day, and her choices may destroy the world in this “magnificent” Hugo Award winner and NYT Notable Book. (NPR)

The season of endings grows darker, as civilization fades into the long cold night.

Essun — once Damaya, once Syenite, now avenger — has found shelter, but not her daughter. Instead there is Alabaster Tenring, destroyer of the world, with a request. But if Essun does what he asks, it would seal the fate of the Stillness forever.

Far away, her daughter Nassun is growing in power — and her choices will break the world.

N. K. Jemisin’s award winning trilogy continues in the sequel to The Fifth Season.

About the Author

N. K. Jemisin is a Brooklyn author who won the Hugo Award for Best Novel for The Fifth Season, which was also a New York Times Notable Book of 2015. She previously won the Locus Award for her first novel, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, and her short fiction and novels have been nominated multiple times for Hugo, World Fantasy, Nebula, and RT Reviewers’ Choice awards, and shortlisted for the Crawford and the James Tiptree, Jr. awards. She is a science fiction and fantasy reviewer for the New York Times, and you can find her online at

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