3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A good book but not great.,
This review is from: The Thousandfold Thought: Book 3 of the Prince of Nothing (Paperback)
This is a good read with most of the conflicts from the previous book being resolved and a lot of things explained.
I thought the way Kellhus father was dealt with was especially intelligent and surprising.
The ending does feel rushed with too much crammed into the end pages.
The battle is well written and interesting to read although it is hard to generate excitement when the main characters in the army, The Great Names, are only names with no personality or depth.
It is clear that the second and third books were written to a deadline while the first was written at the authors own speed and they suffer because of this, they are disappointing after the quality of the first one.
It is better than a lot of fantasy out there but lacks the originality or depth of Guy Gavriel Kay or Steven Erikson or George R R Martin.
A good read and enough to make me buy the next trilogy but nothing to get really excited about.