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Steven Erikson Í 4 Download Read Ü PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Steven Erikson Read & Download Fall of Light At all under the banners of the living Soon weapons will be drawn with Death itself the enemyBeneath the chaos of such events and spanning the realm and those countless other realms hidden behind its veil magic now bleeds into the world Unconstrained mysterious and savage the power that is the lifeblood of the Azathanai K'rul runs loose and wild Following its scent seeking the places of wounding where the sorcery rushes forth entities both new and ancient are gathering And they are eager to feedComprehending the terrible risk of his gift of blood a weakened dying K'rul sets out in the company of a lone guardian to bring order to this newborn sorcery alas his choice of potential allies is suspect In the name of order K'rul seeks its greatest avowed ene. Christ I don t even know what to say But here I go again for old time s sakeThis is different the The Kharkanas Trilogy is different from what I m used from Erikson is crude I don t think that s the word I m looking for but bare with me You will not find characters that feel like your best friends or that you connect like you do with The Malazan series But everything feels primordial still not sure that that s the word I m looking for like you walking with gods from the malazan world gah Curse mah inability to articulate a lineal thought What I think I m trying to say is that this is the beginning of a lot of mah favorite Malazan mythos some of my preconceptions were shattered some I was right on You know how I m always talking about how epic battles are mah favorite part of fantasy reading Something amazing happened here I ve had a boner to see a Hust Legion do what they do after the shore in Christ I can t remember which book You know the one where the prince from the Shake is standing guard at the gate and slays dragon after dragon that keeps trying to come out of the gate to take the shore When in the other side you see the Eleint chick breaking some dude by telling him that there is no a fucking legion of hust warriors in the other side but one crazy mother fucker with a sword that screams madness and he just keep cutting his dragons to fucking pieces Yeah That and then finally comes the hour to see a fucking Hust legion with their mad swords and armor fight and the way it was told I Christ I don t wanna spoil anything to anybody but that s one of the most amazing epic battles I ve ever read Gah I ma stop here before I spoil some shit Just read Malazan goodness for Christ sake As usual you will not be disappointed Except for the humor yeah there is some funny shit but don t feel the same I m not complaining is just different

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Steven Erikson Í 4 Download Read Ü PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Steven Erikson Read & Download Fall of Light It is a bitter winter and civil war now ravages Kurald Galain as Urusander's Legion prepares to march upon the city of KharkanasThe rebels' only opposition lies scattered bereft of a leader since Anomander's departure in search of his estranged brother Andarist The last brother remaining Silchas Ruin rules in Anomander's stead He seeks to gather the Houseblades of the Highborn Noble families and resurrect the Hust Legion in the southlands but is fast running out of timeThe officers and leaders of Urusander's Legion led by Hunn Raal want the Consort Draconus cast aside and Vatha Urusander wedded to Mother Dark taking his place on a throne at the side of the Living Goddess But this union will be far than political as a sorcerous power has claimed those o. Is love so paltry a thing to be plucked and dropped to the ground at the first breath of contempt In Fall of Light second book in The Kharkanas Trilogy and seuel to Forge of Darkness we continue exploring incredibly deep history of the Malazan Book of the Fallen seriesBesides giving information how the world we were roaming about in ten books of the previous series came to be it also helps explaining origins of actions of certain characters actions we were maybe too uick to judge and it gives an effort to make us understand themIt s a Shakespearean tale of love comedy and tragedy telling both personal stories and those of an epic scaleThe story itself is divided into two bigger and myriad of lesser plots following major and minor characters in themIn Kurald Galain with winter civil war approaches when Urusander s legions led by a disgusting and ruthless scumbag Hunn Raal starts marching on its capital Kharkanas Their mission is to topple the Suzerain of Night and Consort to Mother Dark Draconus and put their own leader Vatha Urusander on the throne beside her as her royal husband Father Light to Mother Dark Kharkanas itself is seemingly leaderless and defenseless with Anomander absent and Hust legions perished so everything falls on youngest of Purake brothers Silchas Ruin to prepare for inevitable confrontationConfrontation of the faith that will split Tiste into Andii Dark Liosan Light and those that deny both Edur ShadowFar in the West in the land of Jaghut Omtose Phellack thousands consisting of various Malazan nations answers to Hood s declared war on Death itself Gothos after giving his speech which ended Jaghut society still hasn t finished writing his suicidal note and after hundreds of years writing it others are prone thinking he is actually stalling Arathan Draconus bastard son has been given the task of translating that noteThe very beginning of the book sets the tone where right before the battle while bystanders are anticipating the clash a young boy grudgingly hits the woman with the rock and then she chases him down only to brutally bludgeon him to death Over a rockBut through this we can see savagery of the world in conflict where two seemingly innocent people have taken it to an extreme where atrocities are justified under the shelter of warThis action foreshadows actions in this entire novel and I believe in this entire trilogyAs for characters themselves again with Erikson one can expect a masterfully written characterization where seemingly insignificant characters are being elevate into something Characters we will despise than love than despise again only to settle that we at least understand them at the very endErikson simply isn t shy of trying to bring compassion out of you for those characters you would never think they deserve one And you would often find yourself surprised that he actually achieved thatYes you still disapprove their actions but you understand position they were in while making themAnd I love the fact that we get to experience all these major characters such as Draconus through the eyes of common people It leaves a certain mysticism around them while also feeds desire to see of them because of thatCommentary on religion and how people in absence of god s given word crave for guidance when all they have to do is actually what they shouldn t do do harm is fascinating I could have given you a list That this is how I want you to behave and this must be the nature of your belief your service and your sacrificeBut how long before that list twisted in interpretation How long before my simple rules to a proper life become a call to war To the slaughter of the unbelieversHow long Priestess before you begin killing in my name Then what do you want of us You damn well know what I want from you Don t hurt other people Don t hurt anything capable of suffering At last You didn t need me for that rule Priestess The reason why I love Mother Dark so much But a fair warning It s really hard going through this novel because it makes you pause it makes you think of the problems we re facing in the world we live in It s not a life changing experience and it won t make you reevaluate your opinion or your perception of our world but it will make you uestion certain thingsAnd that s why I m torn because I find that exhilarating but also exhausting Because it demands complete concentration from you and if that concentration falters for just one page you won t just miss thread where this story goes or an important easter egg or a nod to a main series but you ll miss the entire point of a certain characters introspective philosophyI needed time in book itself where I would catch my breath and think about those debates so that I can approach next one but without actually putting the book downI believe that the main series was better in handling and balancing important criticism of society both in the book and the one we live in and taking a break from it with let s say comic relief charactersHere it s an endless cycle of philosophical debates upon philosophical debates where even those comic relief characters are uite often conversing in oneThis isn t much of a complaint as much of an observationIt is still a book that has much to say about human nature war violence love and faith and you can see that it stands about somethingAlso another observation I had and thing that probably kept me from devouring this novel in two days is what I believe monotony of first half of the bookAgain I have to compare it with the main series but mind you I m comparing it with his own work and probably best there is in epic fantasy genre at this momentSteven Erikson writes exceedingly long chapters 50 pages long chapters divided into multiple sections and in each section there s a different character with his own POVSo you end up with let s say five characters per chapterAnd here s the thing in main series every character was so colorful you could always distinguish which person you are following at the moment Without Steven even naming that character you could just hop in into his story You could recognize them by mere train of thoughts because all of them had a significantly different voice from each other So 150 pages later when you revisit those characters again you can instantly follow them like you never left them at allHere however that distinction was harder for me to recognize It s not just the problem that everyone had a philosophy to share it was a problem that everyone had the same philosophy to shareMaybe something eluded me maybe I m missing the point and I hope on reread I ll be able to understand it betterAnyhow that doesn t lessen the overall uality of this book 3915 It s a great book and a peak of Erikson s writing Forge of Darkness 3835Walk in Shadow

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Steven Erikson Í 4 Download Read Ü PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Steven Erikson Read & Download Fall of Light Pposing Mother Dark given form by the exiled High Priestess Syntara the Cult of Light rises in answer to Mother Dark and her ChildrenFar to the west an unlikely army has gathered seeking an enemy without form in a place none can find and commanded by a Jaghut driven mad with grief Hood's call has been heard and the long abandoned city of Omtose Phellack is now home to a rabble of new arrivals From the south have come Dog Runners and Jheck warriors From the Western Sea strange ships have grounded upon the harsh shore with blue skinned strangers arriving to offer Hood their swords And from the North down from mountain fastnesses and isolated valleys Toblakai arrive day and night to pledge themselves to Hood's impossible war Soon all will set forth or not. Reading Malazan I always feel like I need to hibernate for a season to recover from the after effects created by the philosophy and empathetic storytelling If you thought Book of the Fallen was heavy on philosophy social economic religious and political musing it s a mere tributary to the rushing river of Kharkanas While I love that aspect it seems SE is making a conscious effort to avoid the action and keep it in that thought provoking realm It is brilliant as always from that aspect but I missed the massive convergence There was one but it didn t leave me breathless or with my eyes brimming at the tragedy So many directions I wanted to see the story move in that it could have it didn t So many story lines such as Gothos and Hood I wanted of were neglected for ones I could have done without or one that even had me scratching my head In the Malazan realm I d put this in the bottom three above House of Chains and Toll the Hounds which were my bottom two books from BotF I liked book one Forge of Darkness a lot That said it was still amazing and still a 5 book SE did take a lot of chances in this book with how he told the story and from the perspectives Some of them fell slightly flat for me but I have to give him credit for not pumping out a formula book like some authors do He definitely didn t rest on his laurels Looking forward to book threeI do not see how he can sew everything up on one book

  • Hardcover
  • 837
  • Fall of Light
  • Steven Erikson
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9780593062197