Gardens of the Moon
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2000
Publisher: Bantam Press
Pages no: 736
Edition language: English
Series: The Malazan Book of the Fallen (#1)
Original Review, 2002)Steven Erikson's characters are great; the reader is thrown into his world from the off, expected to follow along with who's who and what's what, and while this is initially disconcerting, I realised it was part of the experience Erikson was trying to create - confusion and cha...
Before I even started this book, I was already aware that it had a reputation for being pretty hard to understand. I knew that people liked it because it doesn't hold your hand and does things naturally. Turns out, as someone who's only started getting into adult fantasy and older fantasy, I like ha...
There has been some high praise for this series, and I'm willing to admit that I don't have the headspace right now to get into something so high-falutin' and epic. Or, it could just be bad. There's no way of knowing, because I do not see myself making another go at this book. I've made a bad habit ...
Series: Malazan Book of the Fallen #1 Publisher: Tor Fantasy (2005 - First edition 1999) Genre(s): Fantasy So... The first epic book of epicness.I must say I am a bit disappointed. It's not that I hated it. I just thought it was too confusing for its own good. I don't mind being thrown into the ac...
Through the gamut of life we struggled for control, for a means to fashion the world around us, an eternal, hopeless hunt for the privilege of being able to predict the shape of our lives.