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Ple with her friend Okwu by her side to face her family and face her eldersBut Okwu will be the first of his race to set foot on Earth in over a hundred years and the first ever to come in peaceAfter generations of conflict can human and Meduse ever learn to truly live in harmony..

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Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafLling seuel to the Nebula nominated BintiIt’s been a year since Binti and Okwu enrolled at Oomza University A year since Binti was declared a hero for uniting two warring planets A year since she abandoned her family in the dawn of a new dayAnd now she must return Home to her peo.

review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Nnedi Okorafor is a Nigerian American author of African based science fiction and fantasy Africanfuturism and Africanjujuism Okorafor has won a Hugo a Nebula a World Fantasy Award and a Locus Award and her many fans include Neil Gaiman Rick Riordan John Green and Ursula Le Guin She is writing a series for Marvel about Shuri Black Panther’s sister and has a number of book based project.

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  • Bradley

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafThanks to Netgalley for this ARCThis is my third Nnedi Okarafor and I think it's a definite improvement on the previous installment of Binti which read as pretty decent as a coming of age novel but was even better as a world building novelThis seuel or perhaps it should be considered an ongoing line of novellas following Binti has her returning back to the home she had left so unceremoniously in the first novella a full year later only to encounter some interesting and sometimes painful realizations There's a lot of cool culture going on and even interesting personal reveals about Binti that goes a long way to answer some of the uestions that had annoyed me in the first oneThis is very welcome news indeed I like continui


  • Philip

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okoraf15ish starsI thought the first book had potential despite its obvious flaws but I simply did not like this second installment Much like the first it feels like the broad unfinished sketch of a larger novel Too much going on and none of it particularly interesting I miss the Uni all five minutes of it we get to see in this installment Not often do I have to skim through such a short bookPosted in Mr Philip's Library


  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okoraf35 stars for this seuel to Binti and the middle novella in the BINTI trilogy Review first posted on Fantasy LiteratureBinti is a gifted 17 year old member of the isolated African Himba tribe who has rebelled against family pressure and expectations and sneaked off to attend the galactic Oomza University on another planet in the first book Binti where she found far adventure tragedy stress and personal change than she ever imagined This theme of personal growth and change continues here in Binti Home Home follows Binti as she leaves the university for a period to return to her home on Earth with her Meduse friend Okwu accompanying her Trouble awaits them there not just from Binti’s choice to attend Oomza Uni


  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okoraf1 Binti ★★★★★2 Home ★★★★3 The Night Masuerade ★★★★5 WHAT


  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafCan you ever go home again Binti returns to her home planet and is faced with navigating a complex political landscape with the Meduse Okwu as well as her own transformation Family expectations have her preparing for a pilgrimage but the people in the desert may have their own plans or it is her destiny As always I very much enjoy the uniue ways Okorafor blends various African folklores and mythologies with magic outer space aliens and this time with math to create a vibrant and imaginative landscape The pregnant ship was so interesting The ending felt r


  • Lindsay

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafBinti has been at Oomza University for a while now and while she has learned much she struggles with post traumatic stress from her original encounter with the Meduse and a new anger she feels within herself and That's a huge problem for someone who's supposed to be a master harmonizer and a master of meditation through mathematics She believes that the issue is that she needs to return home and go on pilgrimage with other Himba This book follows her return to her family with her friend the Meduse OkwuThe world that Binti inhabits is still deeply weird with strange technology and alien interactions that feel like magic along with cultures that feel very alien but are actually real cultures in Africa This is clearly a second book in a trilogy and doesn't wrap up anywhere near as neatly as the first book but what it does do is give a reasonable ex


  • Kaitlin

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafI have to say I'm really sad I don't love this series as much as some people do I remember reading the first one in the series a while back and liking it but still not getting the hype a lot of my friends were giving it Going back into Binti's world I still don't get the hype What I do like about this series is that it's showing a female character who I think is pretty great and stands out from her Himba people in positive ways She is trying to


  • Monica **can&

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafHome takes place a year after the ending of book one and Binti has moved forward with her talents Binti is feeling the pull of home and is ready to visit her family and hopefully find the peace that she has been unable to regain after everything that has happened to her Binti is strong and determined but she is struggling with all of the rapid changes in her life However returning home is nothing like she expected or hoped for Joy apprehension distrust longing for what was but can never be again and coming to terms with her new 'otherness' among not only her community but her family is all pressing down on her Binti has to come to terms with just how much she has changed but her home has not Not only has her changes affected her relationships but she does not get the journey she had come home for That's all I can say without spoiling anything I don't know how in the world Okorafor managed to pack so much goodness in so


  • Holly

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi OkorafMy only complaint is that I just want The story just feels so condensed There is a lot of room for expansion had the author wished to make these each 300 page books instead of just 150 pages each I am sad that there is only one book left


  • Rachel (Kalanadi)

    review Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor ↠ E-book or Kindle E-pub Home AUTHOR Nnedi Okoraf35 starsAfter a year at Oomza University Binti wants to return home She's learned a lot but hasn't made any close friends except for Okwu the Meduse who participated in the traumatic event of the first novella and it is now her friend and a student at Oomza tooBinti is suffering from PTSD; she has panic attacks and nightmares Disturbed that she has been experiencing extreme bouts of anger and rage she wants to go home and participate in the pilgrimage that Himba women take into the desert an experience that should cleanse her Okwu returns with her to Earth but Binti doesn't get the homecoming and the rest that she desiresFirst impressions Binti is really filled with anger After her partial Meduse transformation her body is