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Here you learn a lot about some background characters who suddenly are at the forefront and some totally new ones as well.
For any looking to start reading the series: Be prepared to keep notes as there are so many characters that you may have to remind yourself who's who as you travel along with them.
While the book does not deal with some characters that I would have wished to know more about, it does closely follow "The Bonehunters".
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This one is a tough book. There are many slow chapters and (yet again) a bunch of new characters. Read more
This series that I'll read again. So many great people that make history in these books. Its hard not to miss a few things. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Bruce Sutcliffe
After two novels that were rather disappointing for very similar reasons -- too much philosophy and too much time spent on incoherent and boring subplots that did not anything to... Read morePublished 28 days ago by allong1118
Erickson is one of my favorite fantasy writers. His knack for finding philosophy in everyday conversations is equal to none. This entire series is amazing.Published 1 month ago by G
It's book one of a two part book. My only gripe is that I want more. Darn you for this cliffhanger Erikson. Even though he apologizes, it doesn't soften the blow. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Nevarez
Few great parts, specially at the end. Mostly a bit flat and boring book. The collection gets increasingly boring. Great books from first to fourth, then it goes down.Published 2 months ago by Matías Gargiulo
Convergence will never mean the same thing to me again. Slow start, but a wonderful mix of parallel paths leaves you turning pages as quickly as you can to see how things will... Read morePublished 2 months ago by panthael
Whoever makes these books should fix their machines.....Pages were coming out of it, and the last book I read from them had the entire epilogue cut off at the bottom..... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Vince