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Stonewielder - Ian C. Esslemont
Stonewielder
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Greymane believed he'd outrun his past. With his school for swordsmanship in Falar, he was looking forward to a quiet life, although his colleague Kyle wasn't as enamoured with life outside the mercenary company, the Crimson Guard. However, it seems it is not so easy for an ex-Fist of the Malazan... show more
Greymane believed he'd outrun his past. With his school for swordsmanship in Falar, he was looking forward to a quiet life, although his colleague Kyle wasn't as enamoured with life outside the mercenary company, the Crimson Guard. However, it seems it is not so easy for an ex-Fist of the Malazan Empire to disappear.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780593064443 (0593064445)
Publisher: Bantam Press
Pages no: 634
Edition language: English
Series: Malazan Empire (#3)
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ryanaparsons
ryanaparsons rated it
Some of the characters were pretty intriguing, but ICE completely finished off a pretty interesting section of the world without much ado.
From Dark Places
From Dark Places rated it
3.0 Stonewielder
After reading all of Eriksons and ICE's malazan novels, I have to rate this bottom of the pile with deadhouse gates as my least favourites. There just were not enough interesting story threads in the book and too much that I didn't really care about either way.The last quarter of the book is good as...
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Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it
4.0 Stonewielder (Malazan Empire #3)
This book is what I think all of Steven Erickson's book SHOULD have been like. Lots of action, a smidge of philosophy and just some down right wicked cool characters. While Esslemont's Crimson Guard felt like it was just hanging out there all by itself, Stonewielder felt like an integral part of t...
spocksbro
spocksbro rated it
A tepid 3 stars for this third installment in The Malazan Empire series, and that because I’m hopelessly enspelled by the Imperial Warren. It’s not that Esslemont is a bad writer – in the right context, he’s quite readable – it’s that the sprawling, multi-POV format that the series has taken doesn’t...
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