Very gritty storyline, has a timeline that skips around quite a bit, not the easiest to follow, but entertaining all the same.
It feels very shallow in the descriptions of each of the characters, little description for others but the main character.
Dark book with a unredeemed main character and a compelling plot. Jorg isn't a good person and the author doesn't pretend that he is (which is what makes this a good book and not a terrible one). Being in his head casts an interesting lens on the events of the series, though to be fair, it's often a cringe worthy one. Not for everyone but if you can accept that you'll probably want Jorg dead a few times it's an interesting story.
Wonderfully dark and gritty with solid characters and clever writing. As a fan of sword fighting, I personally love all of the underhanded tactics. It really reminds the reader that it doesn't matter if you fight with honor when it's to the death, only that you're the last one fighting. But I digress. I do enjoy a story that has a protagonist who isn't stupid good (D&D) and actually isn't afraid to dive into the mud and blood to get a victory. Adding in all the other interesting characters, this book doesn't disappoint. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.
This is a must read , it takes the main character of books in a whole new light . So unique and so different and yet I loved every second of this book .
Only down fall is that I'm gonna have a lot of disappointing reads after this one trying to get the same feeling, emotion and intensity
Very dark, skips around a bit, worth the credit, rated R. Dont expect to like any of the characters unless you dig anti-heros.