The Divided Earth

The Divided Earth Review

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Title:The Divided Earth
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • David Schaafsma

    The Divided Earth concludes The Nameless City Trilogy, preceded by The Nameless City and The Stone Heart. It’s Hicks’ most ambitious and accomplished work so far, a comics meditation on violence i...

  • Nancy

    This review can also be found on my blog: https://graphicnovelty2.com/2018/09/2...The Divided Earth is the final book of The Nameless City trilogy, and wraps the narrative up in a thrilling and satisf...

  • Rod Brown

    A pretty solid ending to a good series, though there was an overreliance on way-to-convenient coincidences and slam-bang action. The fourth star in my rating belongs solely to Kata who shows up for th...

  • Rachel Reid

    It's so good!...

  • Sharon Tyler

    The Divided Earth is the third (and final) book in The Nameless City series by Faith Eric Hicks. It is currently schedule for release on September 25 2018. The book begins where the second book in the...

  • Todd Glaeser

    Thank you to Netgalley for the free e-copy. I really liked the first two books in this series and this is a great conclusion. I don't "know" if this is true, but I "feel" like the art is scratchier, n...

  • Molly

    The third volume in The Nameless City trilogy does not disappoint. Finally, Rat and Kaidu are allowed to witness a peaceful resolution between the city's conquered and its conquerors - something that ...

  • Dan

    An absolutely satisfying conclusion to one of my favorite graphic novel series in the past few years....

  • laurel [suspected bibliophile]

    The thrilling conclusion to the Nameless City trilogy! As Rat and Kaidu try to figure out how to get back at Erzi and Mura and subvert their plan to destroy the Yisun army with an ancient and powerful...

  • Rachel

    My son owns and has read the first two books in this series, and I know he enjoyed them, but I went in to number three basically blind. Nonetheless, I seriously enjoyed it. I probably would have benef...