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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.
I'll list a few facts for those who have read the first book in the series -- The Steel Remains.
Weird series. Good, worth reading, but probably not in my top 50. If it interests you try, "The Chronicles of the Black Company" by Lou AndersPublished 11 days ago by Norton M. Geddie
I love the way that Morgan grabs a genre – it doesn't seem to matter which one – and then bends it in his own, distinct, gripping intense style. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Mayes
If you're a fan of modern epic fantasy authors (George RR Martin, Robin Hobb, etc.), this series is highly recommended. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chad P.
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 2 months 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 3 months 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