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    Savaged by the K'Chain Nah'Ruk, the Bonehunters march for Kolanse, where waits an unknown fate. Tormented by questions, the army totters on the edge of mutiny, but Adjunct Tavore will not relent. One final act remains, if it is in her power, if she can hold her army together, if the shaky allegiances she has forged can survive all that is to come. A woman with no gifts of magic, deemed plain, unprepossessing, displaying nothing to instill loyalty or confidence, Tavore Paran of House Paran means to challenge the gods - if her own troops don't kill her first.

    Awaiting Tavore and her allies are the Forkrul Assail, the final arbiters of humanity. Drawing upon an alien power terrible in its magnitude, they seek to cleanse the world, to annihilate every human, every civilization, in order to begin anew. They welcome the coming conflagration of slaughter, for it shall be of their own devising, and it pleases them to know that, in the midst of the enemies gathering against them, there shall be betrayal.

    In the realm of Kurald Galain, home to the long-lost city of Kharkanas, a mass of refugees stand upon the First Shore. Commanded by Yedan Derryg, the Watch, they await the breaching of Lightfall and the coming of the Tiste Liosan. This is a war they cannot win, and they will die in the name of an empty city and a queen with no subjects.

    Elsewhere, the three Elder Gods, Kilmandaros, Errastas, and Sechul Lath, work to shatter the chains binding Korabas, the Otataral Dragon, from her eternal prison. Once freed, she will rise as a force of devastation, and against her no mortal can stand. At the Gates of Starvald Demelain, the Azath House sealing the portal is dying. Soon will come the Eleint, and once more, there will be dragons in the world.

    ©2011 Steven Erikson (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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    • Damon
    • 05/08/2015

    Excellent

    Book 10 is a truly worthy ending for what is arguably the best series in the epic fantasy genre. Erikson actually did a good job of wrapping up the numerous different character stories, and in ways that never felt forced nor distracted from the fast-paced conclusion. If you ever began to doubt the complexity of the world Erikson created, book 10 is a good reminder. It touches on so many prior characters and plot lines that it at times felt like an avalanche of memories, but never so overwhelming to be anything but spectacular. How Erikson could conceive of such a complex tale, and then keep all of the plot lines straight through 10 massive books, is a feat that leaves me dumbstruck with awe.

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    • Va Amazon Customer
    • 07/07/2016

    Great series but flawed

    I really enjoyed the series however the ending left me wanting a little bit more closure on what happens to all the characters. I feel like Erickson tried too hard to have too many characters and left a lot of storylines hanging. There was brilliant storytelling but very difficult to follow and let me a little unsatisfied. Still, a work of art and highly entertaining!

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    • Jason
    • 12/09/2017

    The ending...

    ... Is lackluster but you made it this far. Worth finishing for sure. 15 words.

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    • Joshua
    • 17/08/2015

    The Capstone to the Epic Masterpiece

    My hopes were riding on a strong end to what must surely be the most epic fantasy saga ever written, and I can say this: This book was freaking awesome.

    This is the culmination of all the time and effort, and so many of scenes were simply beautiful to behold. After 3 1/2 million words, Erikson had well-earned the tears that came to my eyes.

    As it should be, the battles in this book are some of the most epic in all of the series, and in all of epic fantasy, by far. So many moments of awesome - events foreshadowed seven books and thousands of pages ago finally come to fruition. Moments where you just want to cheer or laugh as eyes tear up - scenes so deep and evoking that few works of fiction can compete with - this is a masterpiece.

    As hard at it must have been to properly end this series and tie everything together, Erikson does it and makes it look so natural This book is the capstone to a storyline unequalled (to my knowledge) in epic fantasy. In a real sense, this book brings the entire series into its proper perspective. I never thought it could morph into such a touching story of hope, love and compassion, but it does. And the characters - so many of which started out feeling vague and unknowable - are now cemented into my mind, their own personal stories and struggles pulling at my own heartstrings.

    If you've stuck it out this long, then this final book delivers the payoff and the satisfaction that you wanted. Not every loose end is tied up, of course, but we can hope for more perhaps in the future.

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    • Eli
    • 26/04/2020

    Not a fan, some spoilers in review

    I’m not sold on this series. Nothing the characters have done in any of the books seemed cleaver, except the endless and entertaining banter—yet at the end a few characters are portrayed as genius schemers that somehow planned all of this out. After several books of wind up what is Tavores big secret plan? Basically nothing. Erikson created a massive and colorful world, but in concluding his 10 book arc, I was left underwhelmed and wondering what the point of all the little details and characters were if they never amounted to anything. Many characters had tons of chapters just to be unimportant in the final book. The big twist at the end of the book was incredibly lame in my opinion—SPOILER—turns out the big bad guy is actually a good guy. The idea that some of the characters orchestrated the events of the final book in some epic scheme was completely unbelievable to me. This series is massive and Erikson has a great sense of humor and I like his world creation, his story however just fell short. I did like the epilogues and there were many epic scenes in this book, but all in all I give this book 2 stars, and the same for this series.

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    • FluffyUnicorn
    • 13/04/2020

    Leaves A Lot To Be Desired

    First off I'd like to say I'm not 100% sure how I made it to the end of the death march of a series. While the level of detail in the writing is off the charts, the overall storylines, and ultimate conclusion, are easily the most convoluted, disjointed, and downright dissatisfying things I've ever encountered in Fantasy.

    Erikson's intent in the series appears to be to see how much suffering both his characters and readers will endure before they crack. While I made it through the end, it was almost as much out of morbid curiosity than anything else as I was curious to see how he was going to tie the various disjointed, meandering, seemingly pointlessly cruel storylines together. Spoiler alert, he doesn't.

    Whole storylines just vanish altogether. Characters who were once prominent disappear entirely without any explanation (Silverfox anyone!?!? Hello!!), plots that seemed like they were leading somewhere simply end, and events that were [disjointedly] built up over thousands of pages end in the snap of a finger because...well, who the hell knows the "because" here.

    If, like me, you made it to this book, exhausted, and wondering is there was going to be a payoff for all of the countless hours you invested in this series, you'll need to look elsewhere because you're going to get zero satisfaction from reading this. My advice, skip it and find a new series to read...you'll be a better person for it.

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    • Jeffrey
    • 02/08/2015

    Here, we come to the end

    Steven Erickson has left so many images and scenes burnes in my mind. The fall of Coltain (sp?), the fall of Pale, the fiery death trap set by Leoman (sp?), and of course all that Quick Ben does. If you're debating reading this book after reading all others in the series then, I can't help you. Of course you'll like it, assuming you've invested time in the previous books... There are many battles and many hardships with a touch of what should now be familiar humor.

    The narration is superb. This is an intense series that usually requires a couple run throughs to fully grasp. This author promises dragons and actually delivers (unlike some authors).

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    • Dan
    • 05/06/2021

    Tired , tedious and inconclusive

    After so many books I figured I’d better complete the series, however this book was such a boring slog I listened to half of it at 2x and slowed to 1.5x for the ending.
    If you’ve ever wanted a stack of pointless character backstory injected in between complaints about walking and ridiculous deus ex machina coalitions which produce meaningless endings then this book is for you!
    Sadly by now you’ve probably read so many books in the series that like me you’ll force yourself to read it anyway. You’re probably better off just cutting your losses and reading a plot summary online to be honest.

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    • H. Williams
    • 01/06/2021

    Last 2 books should have been 1

    So I have enjoyed the story in the 10 books of the Malazan Book Of The Fallen. But the last two books should have just been one. The parts of the book that are the story are inspired, particularly the second half of The Crippled God. But the first half of the book was largely a mind numbing barrage of pseudo philosophical naval gazing, as was about half of book 9. There were times I wished a character would just be killed off instead of hearing another litany of complaints about their belief of the hopeless state of humanity and their inability to face it any more, only to have them face it some more.

    My solution was to use the skip button quite a bit, and find the story, which was great.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 20/05/2021

    Just finished my 2nd full series listen.

    It's currently the best I've ever heard/read. I have enjoyed this series far beyond what I expected. Each listen I heard huge portions I forgot and others that were better the second time. I've listened to over 800 HOURS of this series and know I'll start again sometime soon.

    I can't recommend anything else, since I have not heard better.