Masquerade

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Product Details
Price
$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Forge
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.9 X 1.4 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250904294

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About the Author
O.O. SANGOYOMI is a Nigerian American author with a penchant for African mythology and history. During a childhood of constantly moving around within the U.S., she found an anchored home in the fictional worlds of books. Sangoyomi is a graduate of Princeton University, where she studied English and African American Studies. Masquerade is her debut novel.
Reviews

"A bewitching, thrilling and vibrant novel that had me enthralled with every twist and turn."
--Jennifer Saint, New York Times bestselling author

"With sweeping romance, an incredible setting, and a heroine who will stop at nothing to have the life she deserves, Masquerade is a triumphant blend of history and folklore that will keep you glued to the page."
--Hannah Whitten, New York Times bestselling author

"Mixing political intrigue and slow corruption with a captivating heroine and gorgeously rendered setting, Sangoyomi delivers an incisive examination of gender, temptation, and the lengths people will go to hold power--a magnificent debut!"
--Vaishnavi Patel, New York Times bestselling author

"A richly drawn world and tenacious heroine made this utterly transportive debut impossible to put down. I eagerly await any story O.O. Sangoyomi decides to tell next."
--Genevieve Gornichec, national bestselling author

"Richly detailed worldbuilding and inspiration from the Persephone myth all lend to a layered, immersive storyline in Sangoyomi's debut."
--Library Journal, starred review

"[Masquerade] paints a vibrant picture of the people, the colors, and the sights of the era for the reader. And nothing is better imagined than the character Òdòdó, a female blacksmith by trade...Her growth into a leader is the highlight of the novel."
--Booklist, starred review