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My only complaint.......I have to wait for the next book in the trilogy!
With the notable exception of Anomander Rake, I never found the Tiste characters or the plot pieces dealing with them particularly interesting.
Tremendously rich narrative full of intrigue and characters which are well developed and easy to picture in my imagination.
Very good and ties in well with the previous Malazan books, but it's a bit more drawn out than those previous books; takes a bit more patience to wade through the philosophical... Read morePublished 11 days ago by S. Savage
This gives a good backdrop to the Malazan stories. I am truly impressed with the breadth of vision here. The writing style also seems changed from the Malazan series. Read morePublished 14 days ago by turtle
The book throws so many large deep thoughts that most are lost in the long windy speeches.
I will recommend this book to. Read more
Steven Erickson is amazing. I'm an avid reader going through a few books a week, and I have to say he has quickly become one of my favorite authors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Billy
Set in Eriksson's world, long before his Malazan series starts
It takes a while, a third of the book, probably to get into the story and for the pieces, and what pieces,... Read more
Steven Erikson is an amazing writer and his Malazan series was one of the best stories i've ever read but this first installment of a new series is plain old boring!!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason
For those who have read the books of the fallen this is well worth your time. Erikson starts to provide us with the details of the history that predates the books of the fallen,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce Olsen