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They are vast adventures spanning time and worlds with great characters and stories.
I felt like the part about the Whirlwind rebellion was a little slow, and hard to follow with so many other characters, all of whom seem so important.
I recommend this book, as well as it's predecessors, to anyone looking for an awesome read.
This book develops some of characters not featured as heaviliy in previous books in this epic. It starts in a bafflingly different part of the universe that Erikson creates in his... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Paul Melloy
Read only if you have patience for completing the entire series.
It has less gore than the last one. But has a lot of drama.
Excellent book, maybe the best in the series so far. Fine storytelling and exciting characters abound.Published 4 days ago by Ville Halonen
The first two books of the series are a little weak, but the third and fourth, that's what I've read up to this point, are really good. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Matthew Crabb
Start at the beginning of the series, but this one is fantastic. The first is a little hard to get through.Published 16 days ago by I. Joseph Marguliath
This book was a bit disappointing for a book in the Malazan series. Compared to Chain of Dogs story, this story had great promise and then basically ended in flat, anti-climactic... Read morePublished 25 days ago by SD Houk
I'm less than halfway through this series and I feel I can already say, with certainty, that Erikson has left us a gift as rich as those given to us by Tolkien, Jordan, and... Read morePublished 26 days ago by David
I wanted to love this book - I started the series with the highest hopes, I fell in love with some of the characters, cried when they died... Read morePublished 29 days ago by P. Hayson