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  • The black sun reigns

    This book is the 2nd book in the Between Earth and Sky Trilogy, and picks up where the first book (Black Sun) ends. The setting is a pre-Columbian society in the Americans, where magic is real, and their Gods can inhabit the bodies of their worshipers. It can't be read as a standalone, so any reader should plan on reading or rereading Black Sun before reading this one. Black Sun was one of my favorite books from 2020, and one of the most memorable books I've ever read. I can't recommend this series highly enough. The city of Tova is in turmoil and darkness from the non-ending eclipse - the black sun. The main characters are still Xiala, Serapio, Narapa and Okoa, but Serapio and Narapa are now avatars of gods. After the shocking ending of the first book, it was good to see how these characters were dealing with their changed circumstances. This is a middle book, so everything in it is setting up the events for the third book. I can't wait to see what happens next! My thanks to the publisher Gallery Books and NetGalley for allowing me to read and review this book before publication.

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  • Gripping

    This series reminds me a bit of Game of Thrones in its complexity and uncompromising willingness for things to go wrong. It's a fantasy series inspired by the cultures of pre-Columbian America, which adds another level of detail and interest. The people at the center of each interwoven storyline are so very human - even the ones that are also something more than human. The two books in this series so far are both masterpieces.

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