Win an Advance Reading Copy of the US edition of Ian Cameron Esslemont‘s RETURN OF THE CRIMSON GUARD




I'm giving away my US ARC of Ian Cameron Esslemont's Return of the Crimson Guard to one lucky winner! For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

The rules are the same as usual. You need to send an email at reviews@(no-spam)gryphonwood.net with the header "CRIMSON." Remember to remove the "no spam" thingy.

Second, your email must contain your full mailing address (that's snail mail!), otherwise your message will be deleted.

Lastly, multiple entries will disqualify whoever sends them. And please include your screen name and the message boards that you frequent using it, if you do hang out on a particular MB.

Good luck to all the participants!

11 commentaires:

machinery said...

heh, too late, I already have it.
haven't read it yet, i'm not sure if I should before the end of the series, and read the malazan stand alones on their own,

Seak (Bryce L.) said...

I hear it's supposed to be read before Toll the Hounds because there are some big spoilers that will ruin Crimson Guard.

machinery said...

well, too late for that.

Seak (Bryce L.) said...

Then it sounds like you have a good plan. :)

CJohnson said...

It's good to read Esslemont's books AFTER you finish the most recent Erikson book. Esslemont sort of fills in details, his books make way more sense once you've read Erikson's stuff.

Anonymous said...

Dear Pat:

Hope your having a good time fucking little kids in S.E. Asia. You and GRRM can both go fuck yourself. I guess Goodkind did not want to be your homo buddy, so him and anyone who reads his work is not cool with you. Your just a fucking bitch.

machinery said...

cjohnson :
what's esselmont writing style ?
detailed (yet broad at the same time) and huge like erikson, or other ?

CJohnson said...
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CJohnson said...

@machinery (minor spoilers)
yeah, it's pretty close to Erikson's writing style. In Return, he really expands on a couple of characters that Erikson only briefly mentions in his books, so it's awesome to get extra time with characters like Iron Bars, who only makes one appearance in Erikson's Midnight Tides when he temporarily kills Rhulad as he's passing through.

Cory said...

Nah, the best time to read RotCG is between Reaper's Gale and Toll the Hounds.

Chris said...

Considering I am fortunate enough to already own this one I will not participate. Good luck to those who do. I liked the book, even though it isn't steven erikson when it comes to theatrics.