The concluding part of the highly-acclaimed science fiction trilogy that began with Nnedi Okorafor's Hugo- and Nebula Award-winning BINTI.
Binti has returned to her home planet, believing that the violence of the Meduse has been left behind. Unfortunately, although her people are peaceful on the whole, the same cannot be said for the Khoush, who fan the flames of their ancient rivalry with the Meduse.
Far from her village when the conflicts start, Binti hurries home, but anger and resentment has already claimed the lives of many close to her.
Once again it is up to Binti, and her intriguing new friend Mwinyi, to intervene--though the elders of her people do not entirely trust her motives--and try to prevent a war that could wipe out her people, once and for all.
Don't miss this essential concluding volume in the Binti trilogy.
The Binti Series
Book 1: Binti
Book 2: Binti: Home
Book 3: Binti: The Night Masquerade
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“Everything is so complicated and connected, I thought. Everything. And nothing is coincidence, or so my mother used to always say. The space between my eyes stung. “Used to.” No longer. I walked faster.“
Binti Ekeopara Zuzu Dambu Kaipka Meduse Enyi Zinariya New Fish of Namib embarks on the biggest journey of her life: the journey within. New frontiers will be explored. New connections will be made. Old enemies will be hard pressed to accept changes that she,a master harmonizer, will bring about. But what of that will resonate within?
So many things have happened to force maturity: death, war, resistance, resignation, acceptance. All these things are going on in Binti and her friends. Their true definitions of what it means to BE are rewritten
This is the finale of the Binti trilogy. In some ways it is reminiscent of a “messiah story”. This last book is too hard to write a review of without spoilers. You’ll simply have to read all three to see the overarching mythos Nnedi Okorafor is presenting. As a 62 year old retired minister,I may see things differently than others do. I hope so. Highly Recommended 5/5
[disclaimer: This is a library book]
One of the best stories I’ve read in a while.