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Trail of Lightning (The Sixth World #1)

While most of the world has drowned beneath the sudden rising waters of a climate apocalypse, Dintah (formerly the Navajo reservation) has been reborn. The gods and heroes of legend walk the land, but so do monsters.Maggie Hoskie is a Dintah monster hunter, a supernaturally gifted killer. When a small town needs help finding a missing girl, Maggie is their lastand besthope. But what Maggie uncovers about the monster is much larger and more terrifying than anything she could imagine.Maggie reluctantly enlists the aid of Kai Arviso, an unconventional medicine man, and together they travel to the rez to unravel clues from ancient legends, trade favors with tricksters, and battle dark witchcraft in a patchwork world of deteriorating technology.As Maggie discovers the truth behind the disappearances, she will have to confront her pastif she wants to survive.Welcome to the Sixth World....

Title : Trail of Lightning (The Sixth World #1)
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ISBN : 9781534413498
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 287 pages
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Trail of Lightning (The Sixth World #1) Reviews

  • Kathy

    I had an incredibly hard time sorting out my feelings on this book and I don’t know if I can say that I succeeded. There are many aspects of it that I absolutely loved, but also ones that I really disliked. And the two overlap one another, leaving me conflicted and with a frown line that’s about to become permanent.

    Let’s just begin with all the things that I loved. A Trail of Lighting is a post-apocalyptic fantasy that revolves around Native American culture and history, written by a Native Amer
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  • Mary Robinette Kowal

    This book is full of images that linger in my head after I'm finished. I am eager for the second book.

  • Nina (Every Word A Doorway)

    Mad Max: Fury Road.

    Native American cast.

    Hunt for monsters.

    I have only 3 words: PLEASE BE GOOD.

  • Amy Sturgis

    My expectations for Trail of Lightning were extremely high, and this wonderful story exceeded them all. Rebecca Roanhorse ticks all the boxes: compelling, authentic characters (including a mighty but damaged heroine whose self-image is more than a bit problematic); exquisite world building (with a Navajo people who fittingly thrive after the Big Water decimates North America, because, after all, this wasn't their first apocalypse); lush, mythological storytelling (including monsters, witches, an ...more

  • Gary

    Originally posted at https://1000yearplan.com/2018/06/28/t...

    Early in Rebecca Roanhorse’s debut urban fantasy novel Trail of Lightning, protagonist Maggie Hoskie is talking to a couple whose daughter was stolen by a monster. The girl’s mother asks Maggie is she can save their child. Maggie responds only that she can find her, a distinction the desperate and grieving woman recognizes. Our first impression of Maggie is of a woman who believes that once evil touches you, it gets inside you and stay
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  • Justine

    4.5 stars and going on my list of favourite reads for 2018.

    Trail of Lightning was one of my most anticipated books in 2018, and happily, it did not disappoint. A few months ago I read Roanhorse's most amazing short story, Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience, and it made me excited to see what she would do with a full novel.

    Trail of Lightning delivers a fast-paced story in a completely unique setting. Roanhorse has taken a familiar UF storyline and remade it with a fresh telling from an i
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  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔

    I'm not huge on urban fantasy, but I am really looking forward to this one

  • Allyson

    I got this book from the author through a Give Away and I'm so excited! I wanted to sit down and read this is one sitting but life kept getting in the way. This just meant I got to savor every moment of the journey. A lot of people are describing this as a Mad Max Fury Road esque book and I definitely agree but it made me think that this is where the Western Genre should be going. Righteous Women traveling the land striking out against those who would mean to do harm.

    I think the ultimate descri
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