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Very good pace, engaging action and suspense and believable characters.
In that book, he introduced a very complex narrative focused primarily around one main character as well as two very significant side characters.
This book is such a negative departure, that it feels like it was written by someone else.
Second book of a trilogy. Normally I don't care much for sword-and-sorcery, but being a fan of Morgan's "hard" science fiction I felt I had to try the first book. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Steve H
Second books in trilogies usually suffer. Not this one. It's better than the first and that is saying something. Read morePublished 1 month ago by andyreckles
Yeah, I don't get everything going on in the story. Its' complexities baffle the imagination. Perhaps, it's not a bad thing. Eventually,
though, it all fits. Read more
a sci fi fan not so much a fantasy fan so I am reading a genre that I do not care for this much
did not care for this book so much either, not as good as his sci fi work which... Read more
I'd actually rate this 4 1/4 stars.
If you were on the fence after reading book 1, The Steel Remains, (didn't rate it here, but I'd give it about 2 and 3/4 stars) this... Read more
It's not...bad, per se. But the sequel to The Steel Remains has a definite drop-off in quality and I feel ambivalent about reading the conclusion. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Only drawback to this book - do not read it if you're any kind of tired, as sometimes super important things happen while you may be skimming. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ashley
A parallel view of an experience we are entering into on this world , a lot of turmoil in our future.Published 6 months ago by Chris