Humility Garden Her destiny was among the gods In the land of Salt the gods have ruled among the humans for centuries Now a new movement has taken grip denying the gods are masters and thrusting the world into chao

  • Title: Humility Garden
  • Author: Felicity Savage
  • ISBN: 9780451453983
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Her destiny was among the gods.In the land of Salt, the gods have ruled among the humans for centuries Now a new movement has taken grip, denying the gods are masters and thrusting the world into chaos.Young Humility Garden s only dream is to escape her squalid homeland But the prophets envision a future that holds much She is about to embark on a journey that willHer destiny was among the gods.In the land of Salt, the gods have ruled among the humans for centuries Now a new movement has taken grip, denying the gods are masters and thrusting the world into chaos.Young Humility Garden s only dream is to escape her squalid homeland But the prophets envision a future that holds much She is about to embark on a journey that will teach her the secretive ways of the ghostiers, the language of the gods, and the power of eternal love Amid countless enemies, in a wondrous realm of divine beauty and ruthless politics, Humility discovers that her fate and the fate of Salt are inextricably intertwined, and that together they may rise to new heights or fall into the bitterest depths

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    1. I'd need to read this book again to properly review it but I wanted to put somethings down here in response to some of the criticisms about this book.I read this book when I was about 13, I think. Right around that age where you lose your innocence. I was beginning to understand what sexuality was and how much it was worth to other people. The idea that sexuality, especially youthful sexuality, is fetishized by society. That sounds cynical for 13, but I was beginning to model and not enjoying th [...]

    2. I picked up Humility Garden because it was a) free and b)it sounded vaguely interesting.I was subsequently proven wrong on both accounts.Humility Gardens betrothed Beau is being taken away to the decaden capital city to be an eternal ghost(no idea) on account of his great beauty,and Humi asks if she can come with him so they go with Godsbrother Sensuality.This book had a writing style that was like grasping fog.Occassionally you will bump into some piece of worldbuilding but its still a dim view [...]

    3. Undoubtedly, it is ONE OF THE GREATEST BOOKS IN HISTORY. Rad it almost a decade ago and remained hooked ever since. Felicity Savage has created a World so rich, so blessed by the highest level of Inspiration, that most other Writers can NEVER even wish to accomplish. All those *considered* Greatest, are merely bugs by her feet.I can blindly recite the words "Curiosity is our greatest flow. As a race, we gods have always been victims to it. Now our demise falls upon us, soft as snow, because we d [...]

    4. nhwvejournal/1005344ml[return][return]I can't remember who recommended this to me or how; for a first novel, published when the author was only 20, it's pretty impressive, a portrayal of a viciously political city with interlocking dynamics of sex, species and death. It isn't as good, though, as Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel books which have a very similar setting, and although it ends with a massive cliff-hanger I am not in a huge rush to track down the sequel.

    5. I really liked this 15 years ago, and still did 10 years ago, and just recent I read The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms and was reminded of it, so now I need to reread it & see how it holds up.

    6. This is a strange book, in a fantasy setting like none other I've encountered. A vivid, gorgeously written novel that takes place in a decadent culture characterized by cruel beauty. It ends on a cliffhanger, and I fully intend to buy the next book.

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