Does this book (and the trilogy that comes before it which I'm told I should read first) have a diverse cast? I've heard so many good things about it, and I will try it out either way, but I was curious, since I get really excited about diverse casts.
Yes. Oh my yes. There is a cast member from almost every part of the world. There is a zemeni, a suli, a ravkan, a kerch, a fjerdan, and even some shu. The cast is very diverse and the book is amazing.