The Night Masquerade (Binti #3)

The Night Masquerade (Binti #3)

The concluding part of the highly-acclaimed science fiction trilogy that began with Nnedi Okorafor's Hugo- and Nebula Award-winning BINTI. Binti has returned to her home planet, believing that the violence of the Meduse has been left behind. Unfortunately, although her people are peaceful on the whole, the same cannot be said for the Khoush, who fan the flames of their anci The concluding part of the highly-acclaimed science fiction trilogy that began with Nnedi Okorafor's Hugo- and Nebula...

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Title:The Night Masquerade (Binti #3)
Author:Nnedi Okorafor
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:Binti: The Night Masquerade
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:208 pages pages

The Night Masquerade (Binti #3) Reviews

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)
    Jan 10, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

  • Nnedi
    Mar 11, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

  • Ana
    May 27, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

  • Marta
    Jan 24, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

    Ten FINAL things to enjoy in The Night Masquerade, the final instalment in the novella trilogy that started with Binti and Home 1) A story that takes off from Home's cliffhanger and doesn't let up! 2) Some really awesome development of the compelling alien cultures introduced in ...

    This one was hard to get through. There was too much of Binti being hysterical, whiny, and unsure of herself, which I suppose was understandable considering everything going on with her, but it was exhausting and irritating to read about. Also, there were way too many things happening ...

    I started the Binti series just a few weeks ago after having it sit on my digital bookshelf for a few months. Once I picked up Binti, I immediately moved on to Binti: Home. After finishing that book the same day, I went to Net Galley to see if the third and final installment was availa...

    4.5, really. ...

    Binti is a joyous celebration of creative imagination. A fun, magical ending to the series, in which Binti becomes a harmonizer in many ways. Loved it! ...

  • Ran
    May 10, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

    Ten FINAL things to enjoy in The Night Masquerade, the final instalment in the novella trilogy that started with Binti and Home 1) A story that takes off from Home's cliffhanger and doesn't let up! 2) Some really awesome development of the compelling alien cultures introduced in ...

    This one was hard to get through. There was too much of Binti being hysterical, whiny, and unsure of herself, which I suppose was understandable considering everything going on with her, but it was exhausting and irritating to read about. Also, there were way too many things happening ...

    I started the Binti series just a few weeks ago after having it sit on my digital bookshelf for a few months. Once I picked up Binti, I immediately moved on to Binti: Home. After finishing that book the same day, I went to Net Galley to see if the third and final installment was availa...

    4.5, really. ...

    Binti is a joyous celebration of creative imagination. A fun, magical ending to the series, in which Binti becomes a harmonizer in many ways. Loved it! ...

    After her venture into space to study at Oomza Uni, Binti returns home to her Himba home in Osemba. Space jellyfish ambassador and friend Okwu accompanies her wherein the distrust between the Khoush and the Meduses threatens everyone. Binti strives to use her harmonizer powers to strik...

  • Swiffer
    Feb 01, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

  • Gillian
    Dec 29, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

    Ten FINAL things to enjoy in The Night Masquerade, the final instalment in the novella trilogy that started with Binti and Home 1) A story that takes off from Home's cliffhanger and doesn't let up! 2) Some really awesome development of the compelling alien cultures introduced in ...

    This one was hard to get through. There was too much of Binti being hysterical, whiny, and unsure of herself, which I suppose was understandable considering everything going on with her, but it was exhausting and irritating to read about. Also, there were way too many things happening ...

    I started the Binti series just a few weeks ago after having it sit on my digital bookshelf for a few months. Once I picked up Binti, I immediately moved on to Binti: Home. After finishing that book the same day, I went to Net Galley to see if the third and final installment was availa...

  • Ferdy
    May 06, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

    Ten FINAL things to enjoy in The Night Masquerade, the final instalment in the novella trilogy that started with Binti and Home 1) A story that takes off from Home's cliffhanger and doesn't let up! 2) Some really awesome development of the compelling alien cultures introduced in ...

    This one was hard to get through. There was too much of Binti being hysterical, whiny, and unsure of herself, which I suppose was understandable considering everything going on with her, but it was exhausting and irritating to read about. Also, there were way too many things happening ...

  • Mitticus
    Feb 06, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

  • Ceillie
    Sep 22, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

  • Carla Estruch
    Jan 16, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

  • Jen
    Apr 05, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

  • Lindsay
    Jul 03, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

  • Lata
    Jan 27, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

  • Liz
    Jan 16, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

  • Cheryl DeFranceschi
    Sep 20, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

  • Hollis
    Feb 05, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

  • Rachel (Kalanadi)
    Jan 13, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    Jan 17, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

  • K.J. Charles
    Mar 03, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

  • Connor
    May 14, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

  • Matthew Quann
    Feb 23, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

    Ten FINAL things to enjoy in The Night Masquerade, the final instalment in the novella trilogy that started with Binti and Home 1) A story that takes off from Home's cliffhanger and doesn't let up! 2) Some really awesome development of the compelling alien cultures introduced in ...

  • Robyn
    Jan 17, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

  • Cori Reed
    May 13, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

  • Manisha
    Mar 13, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

  • Keisha
    May 10, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

  • Kay
    Dec 25, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

  • Tudor Vlad
    Apr 09, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...

    3.7 Previously: While Binti was at her father's people , the desert people, barely grasping the new knowledge delivered to her , she feel something very bad happening at the Rook , the family home. So we deal with a overwhelmed girl, between bouts of flashbacks from the original...

    The finale of the Binti trilogy weaves everything together into a finale that blends the multiple strands of politics, sf, race wars and fantasy. Wonderfully vivid writing and wildly imaginative. I don't know if I liked it as much as book 1, possibly because the *scope* of the story fe...

    ¿Por qué no se le pueden poner más estrellas? He reído, llorado y gritado con este libro. Un grandísimo final para una trilogía que tantas cosas buenas me ha traído... Ojalá la historia de Binti no acabe aquí. ...

    Actual review: 3.5 ?The way people on Oomza Uni were so diverse and everyone handled that as if it were normal continued to surprise me. It was so unlike Earth, where wars were fought over and because of differences and most couldn't relate to anyone unless they were similar.? ...

    All the stars! Binti was so many things! You cannot help but love this brave and resilient girl. What a wonderful world-building, positive and radiant read. Loved loved loved it. You all have a great treat coming your way. Thank you to Tor.com and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange f...

    A good ending to a stunning series. You can read my full review here! ...

    4.5 stars A remarkable blend of Africa culture and SF. I was satisfied with the ending but I want to more stories about Binti. ...

    4.5 Stars LOVE this trilogy! ...

    Read Harder Challenge 2018 #17. A sci fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author --- ?I left because I wanted more,? I said. ?I was not leaving my family, my people, or my culture. I wanted to add to it all.? ...

    2.5 Not as enjoyable as the first two books which I found surprisingly inspiring. I was so lost when I started this book (which picks up right where the second book ended) that I had to go back to the last book and re-read the last chapter. From there I was pretty much disgrun...

    I was very pleasantly surprised when I read Binti, adored Binti: Home and was somewhere between moderately satisfied and ecstatic while reading The Night Masquerade. The writing and the world-building are superb, as usual. While this trilogy is not very long, as a reader I had no i...

    Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for approving my request for a free digital copy in exchange for a review. Okorafor?s conclusion to the Binti Trilogy feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. These novellas, contained truly trenchant adventures, taking readers off planet ...

    Ten FINAL things to enjoy in The Night Masquerade, the final instalment in the novella trilogy that started with Binti and Home 1) A story that takes off from Home's cliffhanger and doesn't let up! 2) Some really awesome development of the compelling alien cultures introduced in ...

    This one was hard to get through. There was too much of Binti being hysterical, whiny, and unsure of herself, which I suppose was understandable considering everything going on with her, but it was exhausting and irritating to read about. Also, there were way too many things happening ...

    I started the Binti series just a few weeks ago after having it sit on my digital bookshelf for a few months. Once I picked up Binti, I immediately moved on to Binti: Home. After finishing that book the same day, I went to Net Galley to see if the third and final installment was availa...

    4.5, really. ...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Oct 02, 2017

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

  • The Captain
    Apr 19, 2018

    Oh, you'll see. ;-) ...

    4.5 stars! I need moreeeeee!!! ...

    this series is so aggressively Not For Me it literally needs a sign saying ?everything critically great about sff that Elise does not like in sff all in one book? because that is what this is Let?s just admit this one is my fault. I knew this wasn?t going to be a book for me...

    I would not read this without reading the previous Binti books, Binti and Home. So much of the detail in this story comes from the world-building in the first two, and reading the third is a much richer experience with that knowledge under your belt. That said, this is an interesti...

    At the end of Home, Binti had connected with her father's people, the Enyi Zinariya but while with them received news that both her family and her friend Okwu were under attack by the Khoush, another human tribe. We pick up with Binti and Mwinyi heading back to Osemba and fearing t...

    Things I love about the Binti series that are fully brought home in this satisfying conclusion: 1) The creation of a future that is genuinely DIFFERENT. Not just medieval Spain but in space! Or contemporary geopolitics, but in space! Or aliens, but with our exact same Western social...

    So, I'll admit this isn't my kind of sci-fi. I went into BINTI with high hopes because of all the hype and praise and came out confused and definitely on the wrong side of the fandom. That being said, though, I enjoyed HOME a lot more and was very keen to see where things would go for ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    [3.5 Stars] I really enjoyed the ending to this series. This installment was a little all over the place, so the second one ended up being my favorite. I understand why people love this so much though! ...

    Binti: The Night Masquerade I enjoyed the Nebula and Hugo award-winning Binti very much, and thought the sequel, Binti: Home, was even better. There were many reasons to look forward to the conclusion of this trilogy: we were left with an exciting cliffhanger, some new revelations...

    Yes, this was a good conclusion. ...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was mesmerized by books one and two of the Binti series and was happy to finally get me hands on the third and last book. If ye haven?t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of that one. If ye keep reading this log then...