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It's hard for me to describe how great I think this author is... Steven Erikson is like the literary equivalent to Beethoven or Rachmaninov in technique and compositional skill. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Aaron Abrahams
slower start than some of his others, but incredible end as usualPublished 2 months ago by jason zundel
Erikson goes too far into the deep end with a very dark, morose, and rambling edition. While the prior books are among my all-time favorite reads, this one just moved too slowly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vodka Texas
Worst book! I have been trying to read it for months and just can't get into it. I might try skipping this book or maybe I will give up on the series now.Published 5 months ago by Tak