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Gardens of the Moon concerns the military campaign by the Malazan Empire to capture the last remaining Free City on the Gernsbackian continent. War is waged with conventional soldiers as well as powerful magicians, and gods mix with mortals in a complex, but rewarding, series of narrative threads that come chiefly out of the school of Feist's Magician, although there is also something of the flavour of Gavriel Kay's celebrated Fionavar books. The moon of the title is a wonderfully grand conception, a sort of floating mountain that moves through the skies of the war-striken continent, and is the home of the 'Son of Darkness'. The various magical battles are splendidly written, and the characters are well realised. Rewardingly mellow and fiendishly readable. --Adam Roberts --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Not to my liking , over complicated and lacking good characters to latch on to and follow. Clearly very well written but so are most contracts.Published 1 month ago by Huge
It was brilliant. By far the hardest reading I've ever done for entertainment but well worth it. Off to get the second book tomorrow!Published 1 month ago by magnus
easy 5 star rating. As a long time fantasy fan this author has been on my hit list for some time and by, he didnt disappoint. couldnt put this book down. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bigcd747
Slow at first but once you understand the characters it is really gripping! Well done! Book two on the way!Published 3 months ago by DAN TURDEAN