"Terrific fight scenes, compelling characters (some familiar, some new), and sardonic, vivid prose show Abercrombie at the top of his game."
―Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) on Red Country
"Pointed, driven, and sharp."―Locus on Red Country
"Magnificent, richly entertaining"―Time on The Heroes
"Imagine The Lord of the Rings as directed by Kurosawa."―Lev Grossman, Wall Street Journal on The Heroes
I like Joe Abercrombie's books - you don't always get what you think you'll get and I find that refreshing.Published 4 days ago by RavenReview
I still don't understand why no one has made films of this series.
Thank you, Abercrombie!
we abide for whatever comes next.
A must read for the fans of Abercrombie - just wish there were more stories in this universe!Published 18 days ago by James Munro
Another thud and blunder piece by Abercrombie. This reads more like an attempt at a Western than anything else. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Ian S. Mccarthy
Too "western" for my tastes. I mean it should have been a western with 6 shooters and steam trains. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Steve Cummings
I could easily breeze through a hundred more books about Logan Ninefingers. This did not disappoint at all. Well done.Published 21 days ago by David McKinley
Well paced. Well plotted. Well written. Unforgiven meets Vikings. Side characters from earlier books make welcome appearances and new characters give fresh looks to his fully... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert J Campbell