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Contained enough of Kellhus's thoughts and views to make it stand out from other similar books and his rise was interesting enough to hold this bridge novel together.Published 2 months ago by buzkie
The first book was very good, but this book is fantastic. Probably the best book in the trilogy and really converted me to a Bakker fan.Published 5 months ago by Caleb Indenbaum
Very different indeed. I enyoyed this triology as much as the first time a read it. It is very well written, has a good pace, credible characters. A classic if you ask me.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
A brilliant continuation to a complicated and compelling world of characters. The author's spellbinding weaving of story, philosophy, religion, and psychology into an epic tale... Read morePublished 8 months ago by ernest morris
Just like the first one, this is such a great book. Couldn't put it down, and it stayed on my thoughts all day.
Bakker is such a great writer. Read more
Great book. Read the first one while traveling thru Ireland. Found it in a second hand book store. As soon as I got back to the states I ordered the next two in the series. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Marybeth Hicks
Note: this is the review I wrote for book one. It's appropriate for book 2 as well!
I rarely write a review, but if I can save someone else the agony I've gone through... Read more
I always have to read a series when I start it, and that was the case with Bakker. I thought book 1 started off real strong but this one didn't quite do it for me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Greg Strandberg
This is a story mostly of Khellus gaining power as a cult leader, gaining a following within the holy war and thereby hijacking it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pen Name