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Wow I'm Jealous ... are we going to have to wait until release date for a full review of The Wise Man's Fear or was that just some thing tor only did with TOM? Looks like 2011 is going to be a good year for fantasy books... every time I see that cover for The Crippled God I get so pumped to read it.
Probably the review I have bean looking the most forward to in my entire life. Great cover. I hope Ganoes Paran gets a lot of focus in this book.
Where's your topic on Malazan Empire? I expect hourly updates.
what is the giant creature in the distance ?and who is the guy with the swords ?so far the covers have not been the most recognised.as for the wait, yeah, i'm at ease, unlike fat martin, i know this one will actually come.
I wont read your blog until the book is out
I kinda dislike you right now...
Bah.. that little text excerpt made me kind of sad.
I agree with that about Ganoes Paran, I miss that character. Still it's hard to see him getting a lot of focus when he has been "off screen" for so long and he isn't mentioned in the blurb at all :(Ganoes > Tavore
I'm with everyone else...I hate you. I want to get my hands on Wise Mans fear so bad and you've already read it.Can't say I've read the Fallen series but that cover looks wicked.
Yes, a "lucky ass" even from an italian! :)
give me the books !!!!
Would be great if you could give some kind of update on the book on MalazanEmpire for every 100-150 pages you read or so. Has there ever been a series this long that had an ending? I can’t think of any. This is very exciting.
Whaaaaaaaat!?You SAYIN' THE WISE MANS FEAR was BAD!? How can you Pat? Wait, what...? That's NOT what you're saying?! Then what DID you think of it?(:D)
So the stained-standard metaphor has become full circle with the rusted weather vane of the prologue.
I've mixed feelings with this poem: it's a sad farewell from the characters to the reader and tugs the heartstrings after the long slog (probably speaks to how Erikson feels as well), but at the same time slaps in you in the face with "here's a reminder you're reading about made-up stuff."
As made-up as LotR is the "Red Book of Westmarch" in Tolkien's legendarium.
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