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Steven Erikson - ghost writer? let's hope so,
This review is from: The Tales Of Bauchelain and Korbal Broach, Vol 1 (Hardcover)
wow! this was a really poor read. After being memerised by the Malazan tales this book stunned me with the low quality of writing (in my opinion), the stilted content (in my opinion), a chapter every other page.....was this really written by the glorious Mr Erikson? good grief I hope not! Have gone back to the wheel of time series......
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Initial post: 24 Jul 2011 14:02:41 BDT
K. J. Walker says:
Ye Gods, Erikson at his earliest and worst are not measurable against the execrable Robert Jordan and his endless preoccupation with smoothing of skirts, haughty stares, extent of frillyness in cuffs and the drinking of tea that takes the place of moving whatever there is left of the story to care about, along.
In reply to an earlier post on 24 Nov 2011 12:33:45 GMT
bob street says:
And the comparing of heights.
Don't forget the comparing of heights.
When Rand's not drinking tea or contemplating his swift-departing sanity, he's busy being "a good hand" taller than Matt, and "a good head" taller than Thom, and so on and so on, over and over and over again.
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