Wednesday Words: The Stone Sky by N.K. Jemisin

It's the second Wednesday of the month, where I share with you all a piece of what I'm reading, and if you haven't guessed it, I'm finally reading N.K. Jemisin's The Stone Sky, the final chapter in her Broken Earth series.

I'm super excited that this series is getting adapted into a TV series. There's so much I want to see come to life, and I hope it's everything I dream. Though I'm sure Nora hopes the same thing.

The language used so far as we go back in time to before (what it seems like) the stone eaters were stone eaters has been BEAUTIFUL, so poetic. Let's see what we can find in these 413 pages with

Page 97....Hmm...Looks like this is the way the world ended for the first time.

The conductors explain little beyond what we must know to fulfill our roles. It is enough to know that--small, unimportant we--will help to set humanity on a new path toward an unimaginably bright future.

The hubris of man.

What are you reading this week?


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I hope they do right by the series.

Debra Renée Byrd said...

Me, too.

Heather R. Holden said...

Oh, how cool that this series is becoming a TV show. Hope it lives up to your expectations!

Tonja Drecker said...

They're making this into a series? Wow. I hope they do a good job.