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They are vast adventures spanning time and worlds with great characters and stories.
Positives of the story include the first 200 odd pages that are quite focused on a single character, a great change that I enjoyed while it lasted.
I recommend this book, as well as it's predecessors, to anyone looking for an awesome read.
Came neatly packaged and undamaged. Couldn't have asked for more.Published 7 days ago by Ken Ralston
Another great book in the series. Karsa Orlong, a huge sword-swinging brute who (1) destroys almost everyone who opposes him and (2) transforms from a moron into a sage, could... Read morePublished 1 month ago by WAS
I still like this series and I intend to finish if but the farther I get into the more drawn out the books become. Almost like the author is just looking for filler. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeffrey B. Platt
Well worth reading and I would recommend this series to a friend. The books are a little long but the extra detail helps the characters feel a little more realPublished 1 month ago by Garrett Thomson
Memories of Ice for me, is my favorite book in the series. I enjoyed it the most. It had a huge cast of characters that meshed so well. Didn't seem forced. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Armando Ramirez
More of the same from Erikson here really, but this one lacks in my opinion. Some of the characters are fairly dull and while they are tools of narrative and exposition, so... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patrick R Auderer
This is one of the most involved epics I've ever encountered. Truly a joy to be immersed in such a talePublished 3 months ago by motyelof