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The world building of Erikson is amazing.
The author has notably changed his style for this book (This was conscious at least in part, as he has apparently said just this in public forums, book signings, etc).
Erikson seems to have really slow starts to each of his books and Toll the Hounds seems to be a little more difficult to get through.
Erikson does it again. The fact that he has kept this series so vibrant over so many pages is one of the things that sets his world apart.Published 11 days ago by F. Kuhne
The story keeps moving along with a few characters gone and a few added. I won't say which since I don't want to spoil your read. Read morePublished 15 days ago by David Haugh
I have to admit it felt too long-winded. Love the characters, but it seemed too drawn out. But it is still a great story, and very interesting.Published 2 months ago by ricardo
This was so much better than Reaper's Gale. That particular book seemed to wallow in the meaningless. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angie, When will those clouds all disappear?
Another great book in the Malazan series. Wonderfully developed characters! I can't wait to read the next book in the series.Published 3 months ago by Marlon
Don't let the nay-sayers dissuade you. Yes, this book shifts perspectives more than previous, but the payoff by the end is great, and each shift at the end is eagerly met as you... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer