Last Argument of Kings
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 2010
Pages no: 736
Edition language: English
Series: The First Law (#3)
Overlong and far too infused with fights and battles, this third volume of the First Law trilogy was still engaging and entertaining. It deals also with a great deal of political machinations, twists and turns. Enjoyable enough but still a bit disappointing.
SPOILERS AHEAD, THROUGHOUT I've been contemplating what to say about this book for the last three days. I mean I loved the series as a whole and I loved the characters individually and I know that what Logen's father always said, "You have to be realistic.", is true, but couldn't this fantasy series...
This was the third and final book in the First Law trilogy, although there are three more standalone books set in this world. I have a lot of random and somewhat unrelated thoughts swirling around in my head after reading this, so I apologize in advance if this review is disjointed. Most of my revie...
As ever with fantasy trilogies, everything I said true of both the first and the second pretty much holds true for this. And now that the actual conclusion is hoving over the horizon, it doesn't have the problem a lot of second books do in feeling like filler. Basically I think if you've got to this...
Glokta: Why do I do this? Logan: Once a killer always a killer. West: these headaches... Jezal: I'm a coward. Bayaz: You're all puppets. And I control everything. Worms. Ferro: I hate you all. I loved this novel. I just loved it and the fact that I am reluctant to criticize it is proof ...
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