The One Hundred Nights of Hero
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The One Hundred Nights of Hero

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Set in Early Earth but featuring a whole new set of characters, it can be read as a stand alone novel. There are many adventures and deeds of daring do....

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  • Chihoe Ho
    Jul 05, 2016

    The moral of this story is: Tell stories to get out of dangerous situations. But not just any stories. Smart stories. Stories about brave women who don't take shit from anyone.That's simplifying "The ...

  • Kirsty
    Jan 04, 2017

    I would give this six stars if I could. I fully expected to love The One Hundred Nights of Hero before I even began, as I absolutely adored The Encyclopedia of Early Earth, and have seen nothing but f...

  • Kelly
    Jan 01, 2017

    Quite possibly the most beautiful graphic novel I've ever read. ALL THE STARS AND MOONS.(Full disclosure: I received a free copy of this book for review from the publisher. Trigger warning for threats...

  • Dantanian
    Oct 07, 2016

    A fantastic folkstory/folkart/folk myth that leapsprings from the storytelling idea of 1001 Nights. One hell of achivement I think, more and more so as I turned the pages and the great humour also got...

  • Ashley (bookkeeping)
    Jan 07, 2017

    My first 5 star rating of the year, this graphic novel is AMAZING. Visually stunning and incredibly thoughtful - I could not put this book down.The One Hundred Nights of Hero is a folk-tale inspired s...

  • Coleen (The Book Ramblings)
    Dec 11, 2016

    In The One Hundred Nights of Hero, after a brief introduction into the prehistoric mythical world with three moons, we are transported to the empire of Migdal Bavel, where two friends make a bet: Manf...

  • Eli
    Nov 24, 2016

    It took me a few pages to get into Greenberg's idiom, but once I did this book flowed very smoothly and in a very absorbing way. Among the many things that Greenberg does well, she plays with the four...

  • Lillian (Ink and Pages)
    Jan 07, 2017

    This book is a sort-of-sequel to Greenberg's previous book, The Encyclopedia of Early Earth (which I read last year and also really enjoyed!) in that it takes place in the same world, and has a few of...

  • Zoe
    Oct 03, 2016

    Like Greenberg’s debut, The Encyclopedia of Early Earth, this book takes place on the world of Early Earth, a prehistoric, mythical world with three moons and peoples who seem familiar to us, but ar...

  • Dan Clark
    Dec 12, 2016

    You are setting yourself up for failure when the story you are writing is centered on the effectiveness of great storytelling. If one element does not work the entire house of cards you book is built ...