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It had been a while since I read Steven, and it took a while to get back into his writing style.
However, his dry humor and understated narrative works for me, as long... Read more
I found Brokedown Palace to be a superbly interesting read. It is important to understand from the outset that this work is more of a fairy tale or an allegory than a traditional... Read morePublished 13 months ago by d20 Despot
I liked the writing style of the story, but it took a bit of reading to get into the world it inhabited. Read morePublished 19 months ago by too complicated
When Brust is good, he's outstanding. When he's not, he's atrocious. This is atrocious. As an anti-God screed, it still comes over as fingernails on a chalkboard. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Laurel Lowrey
I got the book a long time ago and I loved it. As a person of Hungarian ancestry it was great to find a book with us in mind. Steven Brust is a great writer.Published 23 months ago by Tommy
As with most of Brust's books, I've read this one over 20 times. Not because parts of it went over my head, but because I found it THAT intriguing and entertaining. Read morePublished on August 13, 2011 by John Linde
There are few fantasists who can create characters and places as fully realized as Stephen Brust. Set in the same world as his "Vlad Taltos" cycle, this novel has all new... Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by Julie W. Capell
Brokedown Palace is more than just a Brust's Dragaeran novel from the point of view of Humans (Easterners). Read morePublished on May 29, 2010 by James D. DeWitt
Brust is the master of experimental voice and vernacular, even in this earliest Dragaera work.Published on January 19, 2009 by S. Shoptaugh