The Broken Kingdoms

The Broken Kingdoms

Illustration By Reiko Murakami

Dust jacket and interior illustrations by Reiko Murakami.

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Note 2: There is a limit of one copy of each edition per person/household.

Our edition of The Broken Kingdoms will be oversized, printed in two colors throughout, with four full-color interior plates.

The lettered edition will include an exclusive full-color gatefold illustration.

About the Book:

Oree Shoth sees magic—and nothing else.  She paints landscapes by touch and scent, and uses a staff to navigate Shadow, the city built at the roots of the giant tree whose branches cradle the palace of the all-powerful Arameri dynasty. When a derelict god shows up on a neighborhood muckheap Oree takes him under her wing, an act which entangles her in a cosmic feud thousands of years old.  For the gods hold ancient grudges and commit horrific crimes, letting mortals suffer the consequences.  Can innocence redeem them?

In The Broken Kingdoms, N.K. Jemisin continues to dazzle us with the treacherous machinations of a pantheon of rivals—the fascinating, maddeningly self-centered deities introduced in the first book of her genre-redefining Inheritance Trilogy.

Jemisin won Hugo Best Novel awards for all three books of her Broken Earth series.  

The broad appeal of her vision is clear here, too: the Inheritance Trilogy received nominations for SFF’s coveted Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy awards, as well as winning Japan’s Sense of Gender Award.  For over a decade Jemisin has been an advocate for greater inclusivity in fiction and in the industry, and has been published as a leading genre critic in the New York Times and elsewhere.  Her latest adventure is writing DC Comics’ newest Green Lantern, Sojourner “Jo” Mullein of Far Sector.  These beautiful reprints of Jemisin’s earliest work remind longtime admirers of how she first began creating wonders, and give new readers the pleasure of realizing there’s much more to come.

Lettered: 52 signed leatherbound copies, housed in a custom traycase

Limited: 400 signed numbered hardcover copies



Reiko Murakami
N. K. Jemisin
304 pages
United States
Out of Print