The Night Masquerade (Binti, #3) by Nnedi Okorafor

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 ancient rivalry with the Meduse.Far from her village when the conflicts start, ...

Details The Night Masquerade (Binti, #3)

TitleThe Night Masquerade (Binti, #3)
Release DateJan 16th, 2018
GenreScience Fiction, Fiction, Fantasy, Novella

Reviews The Night Masquerade (Binti, #3)

  • Nnedi
    Oh, you'll see. ;-)
  • Cheryl DeFranceschi
    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 and Edelweiss for the Arc in exchange for an honest review. And honestly, I loved it!
  • Ceillie
    A good ending to a stunning series. Full review to come closer to publication.
  • Gillian
    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 available. Lo and behold, I requested The Night Masquerade and received it just after the new year. The Night Masquerade was a superb ending to a riveting and often heart...
  • Leah Rachel
    There aren’t many words that I can use to describe how good The Night Masquerade is, and if there were any words I could use, they would probably spoil it. So here’s what I can say.I can say that the conclusion to the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning series more than does the first two volumes justice. It in fact blows all of the science fiction novels I have read out of the water entirely, evoking Bradbury, Le Guin, and Butler while at once bei...
  • Alexandra
    This novella was sent to me by the publisher,, at no cost. It will be on sale in January 2018.This story follows on from Binti and Binti: Home. You really need to have read them first, and you will really want to because they're great. Binti has changed: she changed by leaving home, she changed through her dreadful encounter with the Meduse, through her time at university, through her discovery about the truth of the Desert People. One...
  • Ryan
    Somehow, a galley proof fell into my hands and I greedily consumed it without asking questions. What a toothsome morsel! I love the way this story has been growing with each installment: the plot expanding right along with its protagonist's horizons. Okorafor's first two Binti books caught my attention with their unique voice, effortless worldbuilding and amazing ability to do what sci-fi does best: reflect our own human natures back at us in the...
  • Leah (Jane Speare)
    I was SO not prepared for how emotional that ended up being for me. :'( I will miss the Binti books.