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Chronicles of the Black Company - Community Reviews back

by Glen Cook
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Autumn Adventures
Autumn Adventures rated it 8 years ago
3 1/2 stars - The Black Company3 1/2 stars - Shadows Linger4 stars - The White Rose-----3 2/3 stars - Average Rating for omnibus edition
samstrong
samstrong rated it 9 years ago
Read the first "book", didn't really enjoy it. I found it hard to keep track of what was going on and wasn't given any reason to care about any of the characters. Not going to be reading the rest.
target acquired
target acquired rated it 9 years ago
"Oh, 'twould be marvelous if the world and its moral questions were like some game board, with plain black players and white, and fixed rules, and nary a shade of grey."war is hell. hell is other people. other people are other people. other people have their problems. i have my own problems. my peop...
Redacted
Redacted rated it 10 years ago
Epic, gritty combination of swords and sorcery, military and noir fiction. This series is one of my all time favorite fantasy series.I found Cook's writing style to be sparse and to the point, it made me want to keep reading. I enjoyed the jaded, cynical nature of the annalist, Croaker. I very much ...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 11 years ago
I think this book may have been even better than everyone said it was.
Uncertain, Fugitive, Half-fabulous
Uncertain, Fugitive, Half-fabulous rated it 13 years ago
Yay for birthday presents!
The Cranky Old Reader
The Cranky Old Reader rated it 38 years ago
This is the collected first three books of Glen Cook's "Black Company" series, chronicling the adventures of a famous mercenary company in grim world threatened by all sorts of darkness. Although the series was continued, the first three books are an effectively self-contained trilogy.I first read t...
The Cranky Old Reader
The Cranky Old Reader rated it 38 years ago
This is the collected first three books of Glen Cook's "Black Company" series, chronicling the adventures of a famous mercenary company in grim world threatened by all sorts of darkness. Although the series was continued, the first three books are an effectively self-contained trilogy.I first read t...
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