The storyline is well done, but I cant help but wonder if we will ever get to the Gbaba at this rate. Also the narration was terrible I know many people found the last book less than satisfactory but compared to this fellow the last books was great. It seems he hasn’t gone back over the previous novels and heard how previous narrators have pronounced the various name and place's.
Well this book is everything you have come to expect from Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson the narration is great and all the questions that you had from the series have been answered. I don't know what else to tell you in regards to this book so as not to give any part of the story away other than it was an excellent conclusion to the wheels of time.
This trilogy is well written and the narration isn’t half bad, the premise of the books is well thought out and the characters are portrayed well. However, after the first and second books you see a lot of bad characters and like most books you expect justice or at least a better state of affairs to occur by the time the end comes around. But instead at the end of the three books evil has not only prevailed over good but what was thought as good is just as evil as it was fighting, not to mention nothing truly getting resolved.
All is all Joe Abercrombie takes you on a good adventure and keeps you enthralled throughout but at the end instead of a nice clean package your left a little bitter and sad. I suppose it is a far more accurate account of human behavior than many fantasy novels portray but still........
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