The First Law Trilogy (Abercrombie)
Books in series3
(4.6 based on 11071 ratings)
  • 1
    The Blade Itself | Joe Abercrombie

    The Blade Itself

    • UNABRIDGED (22 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By Joe Abercrombie
    • Narrated By Steven Pacey
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    Logen Ninefingers, infamous barbarian, has finally run out of luck. Caught in one feud too many, he's on the verge of becoming a dead barbarian - leaving nothing behind him but bad songs, dead friends, and a lot of happy enemies. Nobleman, dashing officer, and paragon of selfishness, Captain Jezal dan Luthar has nothing more dangerous in mind than fleecing his friends at cards and dreaming of glory in the fencing circle. But war is brewing, and on the battlefields of the frozen North they fight by altogether bloodier rules.

    Characters drive the story. The Narrator rocks!

    I've not read the print version. Steven Pacey (the narrator) does a fantastic job making these characters come to life. Abercrombie writes incredibly ..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 01 2016 by Brian Alsobrook ()
  • 2
    Before They Are Hanged | Joe Abercrombie

    Before They Are Hanged

    • UNABRIDGED (22 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Joe Abercrombie
    • Narrated By Steven Pacey

    Superior Glokta has a problem. How do you defend a city surrounded by enemies and riddled with traitors when your allies can by no means be trusted, and your predecessor vanished without a trace? It's enough to make a torturer want to run - if he could even walk without a stick.

    Fantastic Characters

    The first book in this series never seemed to reveal a plot and I was very concerned. However the deep character back stories really paid off in this..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 15 2015 by Amazon Customer ()
  • 3
    Last Argument of Kings | Joe Abercrombie

    Last Argument of Kings

    • UNABRIDGED (27 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Joe Abercrombie
    • Narrated By Steven Pacey

    Logen Ninefingers might have only one more fight in him - but it's going to be a big one. Battle rages across the North, the king of the Northmen still stands firm, and there's only one man who can stop him. His oldest friend and his oldest enemy: It's time for the Bloody-Nine to come home.

    A lot of people didn't like end ending, but...

    You've got to be realistic. Ending seemed fitting to me. Not sure what other people expected.

    Reviewed on October 07 2016 by Steven Pearlman ()