The Complete Malazan Book of the Fallen

The Complete Malazan Book of the Fallen

Steven Erikson / Jul 16, 2019

The Complete Malazan Book of the Fallen Included in The Malazan Empire collection are Steven Erikson s books Gardens of the MoonDeadhouse GatesMemories of IceHouse of ChainsMidnight TidesThe BonehuntersReaper s GaleToll the HoundsDust of Dr

  • Title: The Complete Malazan Book of the Fallen
  • Author: Steven Erikson
  • ISBN: 9780765376855
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • Included in The Malazan Empire collection are Steven Erikson s books Gardens of the MoonDeadhouse GatesMemories of IceHouse of ChainsMidnight TidesThe BonehuntersReaper s GaleToll the HoundsDust of DreamsThe Crippled GodAt the Publisher s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software DRM applied.

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        Steven Erikson is the pseudonym of Steve Rune Lundin, a Canadian novelist, who was educated and trained as both an archaeologist and anthropologist His best known work is the series, the Malazan Book of the Fallencmillan author steven


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    1. Nothing to see here, traveler. Move along. Just me tracking my UMCRO progress.What is UMCRO? While, it's an Ultimate Malazan Chronological Reading Order, silly.1.) Forge of Darkness 3.83 ✔2.) Fall of Light 3.91 ✔3.) Walk in Shadow*4.) Dancer's Lament 3 ✔5.) Deadhouse Landing 2.83 ✔6.) Kellanved's Reach*7.) Night of Knives 2.33 ✔8.) Blood Follows 2 ✔9.) The Lees of Laughter's End 3 ✔10.) The Wurms of Blearmouth 3 ✔11.) Gardens of the Moon 3.66 ✔12.) Deadhouse Gates 4 ✔ 13.) Me [...]


    2. Hands down my favorite fantasy series ever. Be warned, at first it is confusing and seems random, but if you bear with it, you will be rewarded. A couple of key points for potential readers:1) Nothing is trivial. Many readers complain that the writing is sub par at first glance, but it isn't, it only seems so until you realize that Erikson rarely wastes words, and pretty much anything on the page is relevant, you just may not realize it yet.2) Characters will not give themselves away (this goes [...]



    3. Steven Erikson, in his Malazan Book of the Fallen, a series stretching to 10 books and 9000 pages, has created an essentially unknowable world into which viewers are allowed intermittent flashes. He does not invite you to take a journey alongside him, but throws a challenge to stay abreast and only the worthy shall pass, but for those who persist, an experience of a lifetime awaits.Imagine a world replete with a multitude of races, civilizations, realms, gods and magic systems and being thrust i [...]


    4. Una saga epic fantasy che ha conquistato uno stuolo di lettori in tutto il mondo, eccovi spiegati in maniera sintetica ed efficace pregi e difetti.piumaecalamaio/20


    5. Definetely 5 stars, maybe more. An unconventional, smart, complex, titanic in scale fantasy Epic, spanning two empires, four continents and countless characters, from street urchins and soldiers to Gods and Primordial powers.It is mostly arcane, with the writer offering very little clarifications, instead it tells you all you need to know through half-told words, stories and excerpts from texts, often answering questions books before they come up in the story.This can sometimes be frustrating (e [...]


    6. It's with a heavy heart that I write this review.As a little background, I finished reading the Wheel of Time (my favourite piece of work) and was seeking an equally epic saga to fill the void that was left behind. After much research, it seemed that the consensus around the internet was that The Malazan Book of the Fallen was the way to go. It was touted as a harder read but ultimately just as satisfying as WoT, if not more so. So with hope and excited anticipation, in I jumped.The first book w [...]


    7. The Malazan Book of the Fallen is one of the greatest epic fantasies of all time. Grim, beautiful, anguished, hopeful, brutal, hilarious, and more. Characters so vivid they live beyond the pages. Triumphs and tragedies - sometimes one and the same. All told with wonderful writing.The scope and scale makes Game of Thrones (which I enjoy) seem parochial and lightweight.This story belongs on the same shelf as Lord of the Rings, the Fionavar Tapestry, The Once and Future King, Hobb's Assassin (Farse [...]


    8. I originally read the first eight books in this series as they came out. Psyched to be reading this series again, in one complete collection no less! As there are a total of ten books, however, I will update this review as I go[Gardens of the Moon]As the first entry into this epic series, Gardens of the Moon introduces us to many of the major players and lays the groundwork for what's to come later on. We learn exactly who and what the Malazan Empire is; we're even given a small glance at the bl [...]


    9. Erikson actually created a very vivid and interesting world with different races/species, gods,magic, huge epic battles, and a lot of history. However Erikson is a very inconsistent storyteller. On one hand there was never any central narrative drive to the series. Although the ending shows something that might have been an ultimate goal, we never even receive any vague hints regarding it as the series progresses. Nor was this really a character driven narrative because of the too many POV's, in [...]


    10. One of the easiest recommendations ever to fellow fantasy fans. Simply sublime stuff. This edition is utterly worth the 80 bucks or whatever and is SO much easier to read than the physical copies, plus the ability to look up characters/places you’ve forgotten is incredibly valuable with this series. If you read Gardens of the Moon and liked it and have an e-reader, seriously consider taking the plunge and buying this.


    11. Where to start with this one? It's 10 books!!! Steven Erikson sets the theme on page one. It a story about war and soldiers and at the same time it's not. It's a story about loosing sight of the things that count and a story about choosing your own battles and your own path. It's long, yes. It's frustrating when at least for the half of gardens of the moon you try to keep up with the characters being introduced and when the series splits the story line and you have to wait to get to book six to [...]



    12. While thinking about writing a review abut this series, a quote by one of my favourite authors, Stephen King, comes to mind - “The most important things are the hardest to say. They are the things you get ashamed of, because words diminish them -- words shrink things that seemed limitless when they were in your head to no more than living size when they're brought out. But it's more than that, isn't it? The most important things lie too close to wherever your secret heart is buried, like landm [...]


    13. I've been reading this series over a two year period and it's been a hell of an adventure. Started reading it in .epub format, but was delighted to find out my library newly bought the whole series. Now, onto the meat of the matter: The world-building, story-lines and characters are intricate, detailed and inter-connected And there's so damn many of them. The writing can get a bit long-winded at times where you're just itching to find out what happens, but the author doesn't let you off the hook [...]


    14. Dark, complex, beautifully real and emotional. Every character is a real person, and there are both happy and tragic scenes ( although much more of the latter). Undoubtedly my absolute favourite book series. Some find it rambles but every word is carefully chosen, and I loved the feeling of being lost in a world I didn't completely understand. For those of you who are unsure after the first book, persevere and be rewarded, but make sure you have ample recovery time after the most brutal scenes. [...]


    15. This is a really dark and heavy story, too much so for my current tastes. Didn't finish it (actually didnt even properly start, just went through the 1st book's sampler available for the Kindle from ), but it was enough to convince me this is not a story I want to read in full, at least not now. Perhaps at another time when I'm carefree and buoyantly happy and need something heavy to drag me down a little


    16. Already own all the individual "dead tree editions", but I wouldn't mind getting it on my Kindle. Still 80 plus dollars, but no X-ray? "Tor Books, Macmillan" don't you want our free money?


    17. Over 8,000 pages and 3 years of reading. AMAZING. Usually fantasy reads are escapist, not this series. Real issues are tackled, everything from rape, to greed, and compassion. The characters are vibrant, not your run of the mill characters. Each character is fleshed out, and tidbits of their past are teased and you feel as if any of those could in themselves be a story line to follow. The characterization is so great that you feel their pains, and triumphs, and deaths.The compassion theme is mos [...]


    18. What a yearA long and amazingly detailed work, sometimes funny, often sad and brutal, with unending theological debate in a polytheistic world about gods, their function, and their actual performance


    19. A winner on all levels!An epic telling on all levels. No other series is as large in scope and satisfying in reading. I would recommend this to anyone that like a game of thrones or wheel of time series.


    20. In the realm of modern fantasy Erikson is not perhaps the best writer (Rothuss is), nor is his plot the most complex without becoming convoluted (Jordan has that honour), but when it comes to a sense of layered depth and historicity - he is without peer.




    21. i remember the day o was at my local bookstore looking for a good read to pass the time. i passef the fanatsy section and gardens of the moon caught my eye. i opened it and in the very beginnig the author hinselg warned me that either i would love the first book or i would not understand it at all and leave it. today nearly three to four months later i am still thanking my luck for finding this gem thst day. from the first word this series proved its excellenve through irs uniqueness. nothing is [...]


    22. What are we reading?: The Complete Malazan Book of the FallenGive me the short version: Do you like your sword and sorcery warfare adult, epic and brutal?I have never before encountered a story that so seized control of my life. I've waded through this series a couple of times now, and the effect hasn't waned: everything must make way for the reading! If the damn thing was any longer I'd be found starved to death in my apartment; even so, with many wonderfully hefty novels in the series it's a c [...]


    23. RATINGS : 4.99This was not my first introduction to the genre of Epic Fantasies, but it certainly was my First Epic Fantasies novel!! Confused, don't be, because that was how I felt when I finished the first chapter of this epic set.Let me explain. I love huge novels with a lot of character development and the environment described with consistency, but at the same time for such books, it becomes a bit monotonous along the way. The same expected things happen with many magical (lo and puff, he g [...]


    24. Yes, it was a MASSIVE undertaking considering the epic nature of the work ( almost 9000 pages) but i persisted for almost 3 months in between other novels and finally i am DONE. I wont write a long review since considering the denseness of this work it will take a long long time to cover everything but I'll just say that this series is most definately not for the causal reader. Written in a very haphazard style with like 20-40 POV's per book and many of them entirely irrelevant to the main plot [...]


    25. There are SO many things I love about this story. BE warned though. You will be thrown into the deep end MANY times and be expected to sink or swim. Should you swim, you will be graced with the series that has redefined the word epic. The combined work of Erikson and Esslemort, including the prequels . . . :) = - that the story was created during tabletop roll-playing games and you can see the subsequent focus on character generated story telling- that Erikson has his PHDs in both anthropology a [...]


    26. This was one of the first series I read and completed. From book one until the final I was rewarded with a vast array of characters, concepts and new lands to explore. I cannot properly express how unique, complex, and down right mesmerizing these books were. Each book added its own unique perspective and characteristics, though some I preferred over others. But don't let that stop you, because the satisfaction of coming to this journeys end remains a triumphant experience. I have very few issue [...]


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