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The Mirror Empire (Worldbreaker Saga, #1) On The Eve Of A Recurring Catastrophic Event Known To Extinguish Nations And Reshape Continents, A Troubled Orphan Evades Death And Slavery To Uncover Her Own Bloody Past While A World Goes To War With Itself.In The Frozen Kingdom Of Saiduan, Invaders From Another Realm Are Decimating Whole Cities, Leaving Behind Nothing But Ash And Ruin.As The Dark Star Of The Cataclysm Rises, An Illegitimate Ruler Is Tasked With Holding Together A Country Fractured By Civil War, A Precocious Young Fighter Is Asked To Betray His Family And A Half Dhai General Must Choose Between The Eradication Of Her Father S People Or Loyalty To Her Alien Empress.Through Tense Alliances And Devastating Betrayal, The Dhai And Their Allies Attempt To Hold Against A Seemingly Unstoppable Force As Enemy Nations Prepare For A Coming Together Of Worlds As Old As The Universe Itself.In The End, One World Will Rise And Many Will Perish.


About the Author: Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley is the author of The Mirror Empire, Empire Ascendant and the God s War Trilogy Hurley has won the Hugo Award, Kitschy Award, and Sydney J Bounds Award for Best Newcomer she has also been a finalist for the Arthur C Clarke Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, BFS Award, the Gemmell Morningstar Award, and the BSFA Award for Best Novel Her short fiction has appeared in Popular Scienc Kameron Hurley is the author of The Mirror Empire, Empire Ascendant and the God s War Trilogy Hurley has won the Hugo Award, Kitschy Award, and Sydney J Bounds Award for Best Newcomer she has also been a finalist for the Arthur C Clarke Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, BFS Award, the Gemmell Morningstar Award, and the BSFA Award for Best Novel Her short fiction has appeared in Popular Science Magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, Year s Best SF, The Lowest Heaven, and Meeting Infinity Her nonfiction has been featured in The Atlantic, Locus Magazine, and the upcoming collection The Geek Feminist Revolution



10 thoughts on “The Mirror Empire (Worldbreaker Saga, #1)

  1. says:

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths Reviews One of the difficult things about reviewing books for me personally is having to write a less than favorable opinion Not that I can t be just as negative as the next person, because obviously it s not hard to close a novel and say to a friend Don t waste your time That story sucked Nope, my problem is trying to isolat


  2. says:

    With this novel, Kameron Hurley becomes a seminal voice in the Fantasy genre.I can barely contain my excitement about this book, so while I ll attempt to keep the gushing to a minimum, there will be no promises, dear reader.First, it feels so good to read epic fantasy again But The Mirror Empire does everything so much better than I had remembered or anticipated It s


  3. says:

    Trust There s a certain amount of trust you ll need when it comes to reading a challenging book such as this.Book that is a masterpiece in every wayBut book that makes you feel uncomfortable Clever, political, unapologetic and daringBut will achieve that by questionable deeds of questionable characters Packed with vivid imagination and originality like none beforeBut it will


  4. says:

    I had really high hopes for this book Powerful women, sentient plants, mirror worlds but ultimately, I was left disappointed.Kameron Hurley has created a really interesting world There are multiple universes, powers that are governed by satellites that orbit the planet, and blood magic People use dogs and bears instead of horses, women run the government, men are used for littlethan


  5. says:

    No rating Work Structural edit.With the caveat that I edited this novel and therefore no rating and here is the process In the acquisitions meeting for The Mirror Empire, I argued very strongly for us to take on Kameron s novel I thought it was incredibly clever, complex and challenging to the reader And I also thought, Good luck to the person who is editing the novel Then I found out it was


  6. says:

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum to say, putting this review together was quite difficult for me, on account of how very different it is from the one I thought I would be writing I made it no secret I had high hopes for this one, not only because of the buzz the book has gotten since the ramp up to its release or all the glowing reviews it has garnered, but also I was personally very excited to fin


  7. says:

    When we held the acquisitions meeting at Angry Robot to decide whether we were going to offer on The Mirror Empire, I told my colleagues that I would knife fight a man to get this book on our list.Having read the whole revised novel, I would have fought three.One...


  8. says:

    This review was originally posted on Avid Reviews www.avidfantasyreviews.wordpress.com Every once in a while a novel comes along that is so innovative it has the potential to redefine and an entire genre Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley is such a novel an epic fantasy that is truly unique and remarkable Hurley s first novel God s War won several awards for best debut novel in 2011, and was nominated for an Arthur C


  9. says:

    There aren t too many books that make me take a step back and say Wow but this is one of them The Mirror Empire had an absolutely amazing beginning, one of the best opening chapters I ve read in a very long time, and just kind of steamrolled ahead from there.What Kameron Hurley has crafted here in the first book of The Worldbreaker Saga is definitely different, even challenging in places I found myself fighting to catch up


  10. says:

    A thoroughly interesting and unique fantasy It s the first time in a while that I ve felt like a fantasy book has taken me into an entirely new world and just blown me away with a new perspective This is that book Magic, walking trees, warring states, dog horses, parallel worlds yes, in a fantasy book andpolitical intrigue than you can shake several sticks at, this book has ALL THE THINGS In fact the only real downside is that the


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