Ruthanna Emrys Interview – Deep Roots
 

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Kings of the Wyld

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Deadhouse Landing by Ian C. Esslemont

Deadhouse Landing by Ian C. Esslemont
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Spoiler Warning: This review contains minor and very general spoilers for the Path of Ascendancy series. But then this is a prequel series so the spoilers here are no worse than the ones you’d get from reading the blurbs of books from earlier Malazan series. Ian C. Esslemont is the co-creator, alongside Steven Erikson, of […]

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Night of Knives by Ian C. Esslemont

Night of Knives by Ian C. Esslemont
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Before I start, I need to make a confession. I picked up Steven Erikson’s Gardens of the Moon a while back, got around 100 pages in and gave up. To me, it was a reminder of everything that made me stop reading fantasy all those years ago; too many mages, too many all-powerful spells – […]

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An Overview of Malazan

An Overview of Malazan 

There might be a subgenre of epic fantasy, but few readers would dispute that the Malazan novels are among the top even in this category. Not even considering merit, pure scale alone places the Malazan Book of the Fallen as one of the most epic fantasies today. And what is this scope? In the case […]

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