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  • Title: The Crippled God
  • Author: Steven Erikson
  • ISBN: 9780593046364
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Crippled God By Steven Erikson The Bonehunters are marching to Kolanse, and to an unknown fate Tormented and exhausted, they are an army on the brink of mutiny.But Adjunct Tavore will not relent.If she can hold her forces together, if the fragile alliances she has forged can survive and if it is within her power, one final act remains For Tavore Paran means to challenge the gods.Ranged against TavoreThe Bonehunters are marching to Kolanse, and to an unknown fate Tormented and exhausted, they are an army on the brink of mutiny.But Adjunct Tavore will not relent.If she can hold her forces together, if the fragile alliances she has forged can survive and if it is within her power, one final act remains For Tavore Paran means to challenge the gods.Ranged against Tavore and her allies are formidable foes The Forkrul Assail are drawing upon a terrible power their desire is to cleanse the world to eradicate every civilization, to annihilate every human in order to begin anew The Elder Gods, too, are seeking to return And to do so, they will shatter the chains that bind a force of utter devastation and release her from her eternal prison It seems that, once , there will be dragons in the world.And in Kurald Galain, where the once lost city of Kharkanas has been found, thousands have gathered upon the First Shore Commanded by Yedan Derryg, they await the coming of the Tiste Liosan Are they truly ready to die in the name of an empty city and a queen with no subjects In every world there comes a time when choice is no longer an option a moment when the soul is laid bare and there is nowhere left to turn And when this last hard truth is faced, when compassion is a virtue on its knees, what is there left to do Now that time is come now is the moment to proclaim your defiance and make a standAnd so begins the final cataclysmic chapter in Steven Erikson s extraordinary, genre defining Malazan Book of the Fallen.
    Steven Erikson
    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

    The Crippled God By Steven Erikson


    Full review now up I can t believe I finally finished this series Ten books, seven months, thousands of pages, and countless characters later here I am Wondering how long it will take me before I re read this series I know I just finished it, but after spending so many months reading it I find myself out of my routine I want to march the Chain of Dogs with Coltaine again, I want to fight the Pannion Domin with the Bridgeburners at Coral, and witness the Bonehunters at Y Ghatan and Malaz City Oh [...]

    And the journey ends It s been a long one,after 10 books 9000 pages it s hard to say goodbye but like every Erikson s ending last pages of The Crippled god where epic and satisfying It s impossible to say something about last book without spoilers so I won t This will be review of the whole series My journey started rough Initially I DNF ed first book 50% It was because of enthusiasm of my GR friend Molly sadly she hasn t been fully active in long time now that I decided to give this series anot [...]

    TS Chan
    A breathtaking conclusion to an outstanding series the Malazan Book of the Fallen is a masterpiece of its genre and has affirmed its place as my favourite epic grimdark fantasy series.The Crippled God didn t leave much room for breathers and I am sure this is the least amount of time I ve spent finishing a novel in this series the exception being Gardens of the Moon, which is the shortest book by far I will also not spend much time relating about this final instalment, save that it was brilliant [...]

    Almost a year later and the 20th book total and 10th of the main series I m done What an epic ride that simply never disappointed Not that I didn t have doubts early in the series a few times But this series really has it all and I mean that literally Elf s, Dragons, Trolls, Ogres, shaper shifters, gods, magic of many forms and a system to back it up, religion, politics, humanity, violence, battles, war, love, history, ancient civilizations, action across better than five continents, divination, [...]

    I started reading The Malazan Book of the Fallen just over four years ago, so finishing the final book of this ten volume epic is kind of a big deal for me It s been a big part of my life in fact and it s odd to be at the end even though I know there are plenty to go.So you can imagine this series has had quite the impact on my life When I go through my books to see which ones to sell or give away I call it culling the nobility It s pervasive wait, are emoticons allowed in Malazan reviews Garde [...]

    Michael Britt
    And now the page before us blurs An age is done The book must close Wow, all things considered, that was the best ending I could ve hoped for for a series so tragic I ll share my thoughts on this book and then the series as a whole Keeping it spoiler free, per usual After the slow pace of Dust of Dreams, this installment seemed fast paced than the other books I think going in with low expectations helped, as well Even though we didnt get resolution on everything, we still got closure on so many [...]

    James LafayetteTivendale
    Simple review If you have gotten this far you do not need an introduction If you have made it this far then you do not want me to spoil the plot People have analysed that the ending of the series is weak I completely disagree This is up there with Deadhouse Gates, Memories Of Ice and Midnight Tides Everything is written perfectly Poetic I cared about all the point of view characters Even the storylines I did not care about too much in the prior instalment Dust Of Dreams, such as the Shake come t [...]

    David Sven
    Reread ReviewSome six months after reading this book the first time I, along with some other hardcore Malazan veterans, with a lot of virgin Malazan readers in tow undertook the epic task of rereading the entire Malazan Book of the Fallen series Sixteen months later here we are, finished again Well done.I m not going to change my initial review of the book itself because I feel what I have already written below is sufficient for that purpose What I really want to comment on is the experience of [...]

    In marcia verso la fine Non siamo mai stati ci che la gente potrebbe essere Siamo stati solo quello che siamo stati Ricordatevi di noi Chi siamo noi Siamo forse colpevoli di fronte alla storia e alla volontaria cecit che impedisce di realizzare quanto siamo impermeabili alle lezioni E perch dovremmo pagare, noi tutti, per tutti gli altri che mai sapranno Per quale motivo marciamo con il cuore in gola e il dolore cantato fra le lacrime Siamo umani e sfuggiamo al verdetto di colpevoli siamo umani [...]

    Chris Berko
    There were three different times in the last forty pages where I was emarrassingly sobbing Thank god I was home alone and avoided having to explain myself to people that don t read Explaining the impact of this stunning conclusion to those that need their entertainment spoon fed to them is beyond my capacity That may sound judgemental but I try to expalin books to friends and they look at me like I m crazy, they just don t get it But you guys get it, and for that I m grateful As others have stat [...]

    Jenna Kathleen
    Wow Just wow It took me a long time to get to this point, but it was so worth it I can t say much about the book itself because I would just have to mark the whole review as a spoiler, but what I will say is Erikson has truly created a masterpiece Having so many characters and plot lines makes it really difficult to tie together, and sometimes authors flop at the end or just never finish Erikson is not one of those authors He has one of the largest worlds, if not the largest, in fantasy fiction [...]

    OMGStanding ovation, bow,ovel.I wish I could thank Steven Erikson for writing this series It is exactly what I have been searching for Heroic fantasy for your brain I can however thank those of you here on For some reason I had never heard of these books until I joined And I might never have on my own My book shelf would have remained incomplete I m serious I have been reading fantasy for a long time and have seen favorites come and go Truthfully I ve been a little jealous over readers who have [...]

    Neo Marshkga
    When you pick up a book, you want to experience a story When you pick up a High Fantasy saga, you want to be transported into another world, a fantastic world, and you want to submerge yourself in it.Normally, when reading Dark Grimdark Fantasy, you don t expect the book to make you cry but Malazan does It keeps hitting you in the ground until you cry, it gives you a moment of freedom, so you can experience happiness and cry because of it and then it proceeds with kicking you some .And you know [...]

    The remaining Bonehunters continue their march through The Glass Desert on this desert thing later The long lost army of Ganoes Paran finally shows up, and I still have no clue what it was doing between the events in The Bonehunters and this book as to why it does what it did I stopped wondering a long time ago nobody gives an answer to this particular question in Malazan universe A lot of forces gather in one place for the last showdown Great battles are ensured As I mentioned above, I gave up [...]

    And now the page before us blurs.An age is done The book must close This is my best book in the series This is probably the best book i ve ever read I loved it all the way through The battle scenes were on another level I have scenes in this book that will stick with me for a very long time I ll say Erikson ended the series on a high, resolving subplots that have been weaving since the beginning and trying to mix in some happy endings here and there To me, this series as a whole sits on top of m [...]

    Captain Sir Roddy, R.N. (Ret.)
    Just like life, all good things must come to an end I finished reading the tenth, and final, volume in Steven Erikson s amazing series, A Tale of the Malazan Book of the Fallen The tenth book is entitled, The Crippled God and is really the second half of the conclusion of the series that was started in the ninth book, Dust of Dreams If you re going to read The Crippled God, and if it has been some time since you last read Dust of Dreams, I d strongly urge you to pick it up and re read it again.I [...]

    The Crippled God is the 10th and final book in the Malazan Book of the Fallen series the main series, anyway The Crippled God continues the theme of Toll the Hounds and Dust of Dreams a lot of internal monologues and philosophizing I frequently found myself bored I actually ended up skimming entire sections, which is pretty rare for me.Erikson s writing is still great but it wasn t enough to keep me interested.The first few chapters are just checking up on various characters I was keen for the s [...]

    3 2 WHERE THE HELL IS MY COPY Was shipped 2 23 from Book Depository, I want it now I NEED it now I M DYING I can t read anything else, do anything else SOB 3 5 IT S HERE, OMG, see ya all in a week Finito Well, he did it Steven Erikson gave us an utterly satisfactory conclusion to this massive series that has had me obsessed for years now Bravo I can t really say anything else right now, I am still digesting everything It turned the past nihilism on it s ass My only complaint right now is that th [...]

    Emily (BellaGrace)
    It s been 6 months, 10 books, 8,000 pages and 3.3 million wordsThe Malazan Book of the Fallen was worth it I loved, I laughed, I criedevery book in this series was amazing I feel that no other series will ever measure up to this It s a world I have been obsessed with I m already wanting to reread all of it These lines from the Never Ending Story sum up perfectly how I feel now that it s over If you have never wept bitter tears because a wonderful story has come to an end and you must take your l [...]

    Wow What a ride.I started this ride in May 2012 when I have picked the first book in my hands.Since then, and through these almost whole 5 years, even if i wasn t reading any of the books at the moment my thoughts were turned toward them.Right now, I am still under the impressions of the last book that I can t write the proper review that this serial deserves.I can only tell this Perfect In any way imaginable.Now, I will take a longer rest from the epic fantasy genre and hopefully in next couple [...]

    Shobhit Sharad
    Never felt this bittersweet before.Some books go beyond reviews and five stars.

    As a whole I loved the Malazan Book of the Fallen series However, the Crippled God really left me with some serious questions as to why Erikson ended this epic series the way he did For me it felt like the author originally wanted to have 11 books in the series and the publishers made him drop it down to 10 at the last second.I am not going to give away anything specific, but there were some major characters who did not come remotely close to having the impact in the end that I believed the seri [...]

    Ranting Dragon
    rantingdragon the cripWith The Crippled God, the Malazan Book of the Fallen series comes to an end in iron and blood, fire and triumph, magic and heartbreak Steven Erikson manages to not only craft one of the best books I have read this year, but to finish what I believe to be one of the finest fantasy series I have ever read.The Malazan we loveHere in the heart of Kolanse begins the final gambit as the greatest of all convergences begin Here gods, men, dragons, Tiste Andii, Elder gods, Elder ra [...]

    5 stars isn t enough for this book and this series as a whole Breaking down something this vast and amazing into a star rating just seems wrong somehow I don t know if I ll ever experience something like this again The Book of the Fallen is now what I will compare all other epic fantasy books to, that is the watermark While I m glad I made it through, I m just as sad that it s over I can t believe how powerful this series was and how it made me feel along the way So many heart breaks, but also j [...]

    It is always fascinating to finish an epic fantasy series and look back at the path that brought you there In this case it was a mammoth ten books with countless characters, plots, and happenings This series was truly epic in scope spanning continents, ages, and dimensions or Warrens as they are known in the series Erikson was supremely confident in this story happily adding a legion of new characters in each installment heck, one book, Midnight Tides, had only one significant character from any [...]

    Alex Ristea
    And now the page before us blurs.An age is done The book must close.We are abandoned to history.Raise high one time the tattered standard of the Fallen See through the drifting smoke to the dark stains upon the fabric.This is the blood of our lives, this is the payment of our deeds, all soon to be forgotten.We were never what people could be.We were only what we were.Remember us.Convergence That s been a theme throughout this entire series, and it really hits home in the last tale of the Malaza [...]

    The Malazan Book of the Fallen journey comes to an end The journey was fraught with extreme highs and lows throughout the reading I feel like I crossed 4 different deserts myself but I also feel like I was a part of the Bridgeburners or Bonehunters So, in the end, what did I really think of it I think it is a monumental piece of fantasy literature that will stand the test of time and Steven Erikson is one of the best all around writers in any genre I can think that but I also come to understand [...]

    UPDATE 7 15 13 While I do not regret rereading all ten books in the series, I m glad it s finally over Whew The only additional observation I would make at this point is that it s become clearer to me that one of the major themes in the Book of the Fallen is Are we humans worth saving and the answer remains ambiguous I understand why the Forkrul Assail want to end it all and start over againTE I brought my rating down to 4 stars because it s only a really liked it not amazing compared to some of [...]

    Joe Moley
    Lot s of thoughts on this series The first 4 books blew my mind Finally, something completely fresh and new to hit the Fantasy genre across its face Massive in depth world building, amazing near omnipotent characters, witty dialogue filled with humor and breath taking action scenes Unfortunately, as seems to be the pattern with epic fantasy, there simply became no end point in sight as and storyline and characters made non stop introductions The plot and timeline became so complex I found myse [...]

    The Malazan Book of the Fallen is one of a kind I have never read a series on such a massive scope The plotlines throughout the series are so epic, the settings so massive, they scale not just multiple continents but even different dimensions, and so many unforgettable characters One thing that Erikson didn t seem to know how to do is really ending a book Throughout the entire series, when Erikson ends a book, he leaves the reader asking questions than getting answers But damn, Erikson really e [...]

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