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Speak truth, grow still, until the water is clear between us. It’s not all philosophy and musings since there are actions and duels; and speaking of duels, there’s a culminating encounter that left a profound impression in me.
Toll the Hounds
The last parts of this book definitely redeemed hohnds installment. One of the most important aspects to a good reading experience is Trust in the author.
And only a former Seerdomin appears to stand in that god’s path. Overall this was one of the weaker installments in the Malazan franchis but one that still had plenty of stuff going for it.
It seems Love and Death are indeed about to arrive That cast here is, as usual, huge. I normally enjoy Erikson’s comedic diversions see Tehol and Bugg so I don’t know why these ones annoyed me so much, maybe it was because the pace of the book as a whole malazzan slow enough without additional diversions. And only a former Seerdomin appears to stand in that god’s path.
ttoll For many of the characters in Reaper’s GaleI just didn’t care. Within the realm of Dragnipur, more and more souls are dying, and the ones left standing are more than aware that Chaos is on the verge of overtaking the wagon. I think back to some scenes and still have no clue what he was trying to achieve.
Although it was dull at times, I looked forward to reading about some of my favorites like the retired Bridgeburners, Hoounds Orlong, Gruntle, and the Noms. With this book we return to some old favorites, some of which we haven’t seen for a very long time.
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See 2 questions about Toll the Hounds…. The only emotion I had after I finished it was relief like one after a great physical effort which it was – sort of. It would have been better if he had adopted the writing style of GoTM or MT, that a part is dedicated to one location, then they all meet at the final part. While the past few books gave readers an in-depth view of the Tiste Edur of Shadow, this one brought focus to the Tiste Andii of Darkness, of whom we were only given small morsels of information so far.
I have made it through the biggest chapter of the The Malazan Book of the Fallen and unfortunately, in comparison to all that has come before, it is the weakest addition.
It does not transform to suit your decision. What I did find a bit strange is that the book here and there is all of a sudden narrated by a certain character. Gratitude as always goes to my advance readers: Honestly, at some point I heard Jaffar saying: It has hundreds of pages of filler and attempts to add colour the humour of Kruppe Blech. I had to read three fourths of the book to finally get some vague ideas of what was about to happen, which by that time begin to bother me. The worst thing a storyteller can do is have characters you don’t care about.
The balance worked OK for me.
However, they all have a unique voice and motivation that drives them. Add on that Rallick Nom and his cousin Torvald Nom. A thrilling, harrowing novel of war, intrigue and dark, uncontrollable magic, “Toll the Hounds” is the new chapter in Erikson’s monumental series – epic fantasy at its most imaginative and storytelling at hunds most exciting.
It is not uncommon to have these emotions mzlazan with each other in this series, but in this book it was no contest. Throughout this book we see a rise of two Gods, the first one is Hood who has been an eternal force, plucking all the strings and engineering the EPIC ending of this storyline. There were a lot of s It has been over a week since I finished Toll the Houndsso I have had plenty of time to think about how I wanted to review this.
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