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THE SALT ROADS Nalo Hopkinson, Author. Warner $ (p) ISBN Buy this book are bound to each other by salt—be it the salt of tears or the salt that baptized slaves The Salt Roads By Nalo Hopkinson. eBook Edition. Finished on 2/23/ Goodreads. Genres: Fantasy, Alternative History Fantasy, Kickass Female Protagonist, Colonialism, Racism, Black History, Magical Realism. Mount Readmore Book Review, 22/ 3 Oppressed women, 1 Newborn Goddess and Their 1 Struggle for Freedom out of 5. Spoiler-tastic The Salt Roads uses the fantastical elements throughout the story: Makandal's shape-changing; Mer's visitation from Ezili; Meritet's super-real sensory abilities in the desert. What purpose do you feel it serves in a story to have a plot device, element, artifact, or image that isn't literally true or real? Book Review: The Salt Roads by Nalo Hopkinson. Wednesday, Octo - The Salt Roads is a deep and powerful story about surviving and thriving and connecting with personal and cultural roots (the essence of the quest that the unifying divine spirit comes to understand). It explores exciting structural territory and narrative
The Salt Road is billed as a romance, and it may well be that readers who like romance writing will enjoy the love story set out across two separate timelines in this book. I wouldn't classify The Salt Road as a romance. I don't read romance as a :// Discuss and Review The Salt Road at Praise and Reviews: “For readers looking to experience a shifting, disappearing world, and to be introduced to an exotic culture with evocative descriptions, The Salt Road is an exhilarating ride. Part historic and part contemporary, with universal themes of betrayal, love, and the anguish Jane Johnson's The Salt Road is a magical historical adventure which brings the most unlikely of people together in an epic quest that spans the decades and the hot, shifting sands of Morocco. 'My dear Isabelle, in the attic you will find a box with your name on it.'. Isabelle's archaeologist father dies leaving a puzzle: a mysterious African amulet. But what › Fiction › Contemporary Fiction. Buy The Salt Path: The Sunday Times bestseller, shortlisted for the Costa Biography Award & The Wainwright Prize 01 by Winn, Raynor (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › Science & Nature › Earth Sciences & Geography › Geography.
THE SALT ROADS is an engrossing tale of three women who step off of the pages and sit with you as you revel in their triumphs and tremble at their tribulations. In reading this novel, I found that Hopkinson is a writer that uses stiff doses of human emotion and reality to balance out her themes of mythology, fantasy, and :// Mer, was sent on a mission to see why the salt roads were blocked from the African Gods. Jeanne was given a disease by her lover than untimately diabled her, and Meritet was given self-awareness and the sense to hear people's thoughts. Nalo's poetic prose was what made the book Historical fantasy with a strong erotic element from the Locus award-winning author. Hopkinson (Skin Folk, , etc.) tells her story through the eyes of three women: Auntie Mer, a slave in French-colonial Haiti; Jeanne DuVal (LeMer), the black mistress of Charles Baudelaire; and Meritet, a Nubian prostitute in the Alexandria of a.d. The three women are linked by Ezili, one of the love Ultimately uplifting and filled with hope, The Salt Roads is a beautiful book—one that stays with you long after you close the cover. The Salt Roads is the winner of the Gaylactic Spectrum Award for Best Novel. Amazon readers rating: from 15 reviews; Read a chapter excerpt from The Salt Roads at Hachette Books