House of Chains (Malazan Book of the Fallen, #4)
Publish date: September 1st 2003
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Dark Fantasy
The way Erikson intricately weaves his plot is stunningly brilliant. I really do not want to give things away here. A mysterious flooded warren? I thought what on earth. Then later on mind blown. A floating skeletal bone dragon from book 2. Ah starting make a lot more sense, There is so much going o...
And nature ever strives for balance. But balance was not a simple notion. Redress was not simply found in the physical world. A far grimmer equilibrium had occurred ... between the past and the present.
This series is killing me. I am obsessed. My library only has up to book 6, but I am seriously going to buy the entire 10 book series (and the companion series set in the same world by Erikson's partner in crime Ian C. Esslemont.) I kind of dislike reviewing books in the middle of series, obviousl...
The beginning of this book really didn't work for me. I forced my way through due to the goodwill created by my enjoyment of the previous books, and having been pre-warned by fans of previous series. Over one hundred pages at the beginning of the book of one character: Karsa Orlong. And he's real...
I had high hopes for this book. It continues the story of [b:Deadhouse Gates|55401|Deadhouse Gates (The Malazan Book of the Fallen, #2)|Steven Erikson|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1316126263s/55401.jpg|3898716] in the end of which a lot of people was really pissed off at Apocalypse rebels for slaugh...
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