My sixth thread, and a sixth helping of glowing praise - The Bonehunters displaced DHG as my favourite book, and for good reason too! Before I forget - the usual applies, please: no spoilers for the rest of the series (all one published books of it ), and a warning to anyone who is reading the thread that it will probably contain spoilers from GotM right through to, and including, The Bonehunters. First, methinks I'll mention the epic 127 page chapter about the breaking of the seige of Y'Ghatan. Absolutely fantastic! Almost as good as the last few hundred pages. There were other things I know I wanted to drool over, but I don't know if I can remember them; I have a terrible memory sometimes. Oh, one of the last things said before the start of the fourth part of the book - Tavore says to the marines who survived Y'Ghatan that they are "truly Bonehunters" now. I can see why Rane thought they got the name in House of Chains, but it only seems formal now, and might be cemented well and truly in RG (don't tell me!!). I'm starting to wonder what part, if any, the moon plays in the whole saga. I picked up on Apsalar imagining that the moon had gardens (hence the name of the first book... which I probably missed when reading it), and later on the moon started doing some weird things, not least using people as target practice. Methinks I also read right that the Crippled God might have fallen from the moon, which sets me thinking... will the moon prove important to things in the last few books? That's about it for things I can remember. They might come to me later, and if not, I'm sure someone else will mention them. EDIT: Oooh, there's one - Kalam. My thoughts are that he'll either ascend, or we won't see anything of him until we see more of Rallick Nom. And talking about Rallick, whatever happened to his cousin from HoC? Surely he's not just disappeared completely?