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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 12 days 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 3 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 6 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 6 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 11 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 13 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 13 months ago by Pen Name