The Divided Earth

The Divided Earth

The Nameless City?held by the rogue Dao prince Erzi?is under siege by a coalition of Dao and Yisun forces who are determined to end the war for the Nameless City once and for all. And the people of the city?the "Named"?are caught in between. Meanwhile, Rat and Kai must infiltrate Erzi's palace and steal back the ancient and deadly formula for napatha, the ancient weapon of The Nameless City?held by the rogue Dao prince Erzi?is under siege by a coalition of Dao and Yisun forces ...

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Title:The Divided Earth
Author:Faith Erin Hicks
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:The Nameless City #3
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  • Dan
    Jul 11, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

  • Dan
    Jun 09, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

  • David Schaafsma
    Oct 07, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

  • Kris Springer
    Sep 30, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

  • Kirsten
    Nov 27, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

    An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home. ...

  • Molly
    Apr 03, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

  • Erica
    Dec 09, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

    An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home. ...

    A solid ending to the series. ...

    I had downloaded this tween graphic novel from Netgalley, but it was archived before I could get a chance to actually read it. ...

    I enjoyed this series so much! ...

  • Alex
    Oct 03, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

  • Kellee
    Apr 21, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

  • Tara Schaafsma
    Oct 05, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

  • Kim
    Nov 14, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

    An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home. ...

    A solid ending to the series. ...

  • Ran
    Oct 28, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

  • Suzanne
    Jun 07, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

  • Andrew Kline
    Nov 20, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

  • Sharon Tyler
    Sep 03, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Nov 03, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

  • Bethany
    Oct 06, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

    An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home. ...

    A solid ending to the series. ...

    I had downloaded this tween graphic novel from Netgalley, but it was archived before I could get a chance to actually read it. ...

  • laurel [suspected bibliophile]
    Sep 24, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

  • Jenna
    Nov 07, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

  • Nancy
    Sep 28, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

  • Rachel
    Sep 05, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

  • Agnė
    Oct 24, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

  • Todd Glaeser
    Sep 14, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

  • Rod Brown
    Oct 18, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

  • Kristyn
    Nov 04, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

    An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home. ...

    A solid ending to the series. ...

    I had downloaded this tween graphic novel from Netgalley, but it was archived before I could get a chance to actually read it. ...

    I enjoyed this series so much! ...

    I liked it. Good art and colors. Story was ok. Good friendship and perseverance themes. ...

    The conclusion of the trilogy was worth the several-month-long wait on the library-hold list. The Nameless City trilogy handles the story of a city and characters dealing with what it means to belong. When do you belong to a place? When does a place belong to you? What gives you the ri...

  • Kristin
    Dec 02, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

  • Katie Florida
    Sep 26, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

  • Angie Pinchbeck
    Oct 25, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

  • Laura
    Oct 16, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...

    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, not as polished as the previous books. But I'm not sure. I do like how the story...

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

    Wonderfully done and continues to explore pertinent themes of war, belonging, trauma, diversity, friendship, and just about anything else you could think of. Faith Erin Hick?s drawings matched even this darker tone perfectly. Conclusion tied up well without being overly sappy or dram...

    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 trilogy, The Stone Heart, left off. Readers do need to read this series in order to u...

    3.5 out of 5 The Divided Earth is a satisfying, action-packed conclusion to a great middle grade graphic novel trilogy. Is it just me or is the artwork a bit sketchier in this volume? Still, the action sequences are on point: However, the story does feel a tiny bit simplisti...

    A great conclusion to a great series! I would definitely suggest this to any YA (and maybe a bit older!) readers who want a good story, great art, and something of substance. It was a fun read with a good message. ...

    It was fine. I wish there had been more involvement from the city. More people fighting for change. More... well, people. There were seriously 8 people leading the attack on the Dao palace and maybe 12 soldiers fighting back. I guess I wanted it to feel like a city full of people figh...

    Last book in this series. So good. ...

    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 weapon, Kai's father and the monk Joah run into old friends...or possibly enemies. ...

    Great series; wonderful art and a message about friendship and hope and trust. A very touching relationship between the 2 protagonists, developed over the course of the 3 books. I will probably go back and read all 3, right in a row, to re-experience the character development and remin...

    I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I loved seeing how their story came to a close. Their character arc, the story of the city, and the story of tragedy and hope, are truly beautiful. This series was truly remarkable. ? I have loved Rat and Kai from the beginning and I...

    The Divided Earth is a satisfying conclusion to the Divided Earth trilogy. Without sharing any spoilers, the storyline wraps up in a way that makes sense, and leaves everyone changed. There's a feeling of justice being served, even if not everything is perfect. In particular, Rat con...

    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 rarely happens in reality, so it's very nice to see it in fiction. Faith Erin Hicks' a...

    A perfect continuation of the story with a look at politics and family with action and awesome characters just like the first two volumes. ...

    THE DIVIDED EARTH, the third and final graphic novel in The Nameless City trilogy by Faith Erin Hicks, is more mature, deeply detailed, and ultimately satisfying for readers who have been following Rat and Kaidu?s friendship and adventures. Hicks? attention to detail in her illu...

    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 benefitted from the context the first two books would have provided, but it wasn't strictly...

    The Nameless City series ends explosively (literally!) and maybe a bit frantically in The Divided Earth. This volume is basically all action, which can be fun, but I missed some of the quieter character moments from previous volumes. Suffice it to say, the conclusion plays out like you...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I'm thoroughly envious of Faith Erin Hicks' talents. Beautifully drawn action, well written characters with fully developed personalities and motives. Highly recommended. ...

    More thoughts to come ...

    An awesome, beautifully drawn conclusion to this fantastic series. Put this series in the hands of kids who like Avatar and Legend of Korra; they'll be right at home. ...

    A solid ending to the series. ...

    I had downloaded this tween graphic novel from Netgalley, but it was archived before I could get a chance to actually read it. ...

    I enjoyed this series so much! ...

    I liked it. Good art and colors. Story was ok. Good friendship and perseverance themes. ...

  • Rachel Reid
    Sep 24, 2018

    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 in society and the role young people might play in shaping that process. The story is a...

    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 satisfying conclusion! Preceded by books The Nameless City and The Stone Heart, the s...

    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 the first time and practically steals the show. (Solo spin-off book needed now!) (p.s...

    This was a good ending to the Nameless City series. I?ve said it before, but it remains true - I love Hicks?s artwork. I think the pacing, spacing, and color bring this series to life (thanks also to Jordie Bellaire?s lovely colors). Can we also just talk about how much of this p...

    It's so good! ...