steven erikson

  1. Werthead

    The Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson

    Gardens of the Moon by Steven Erikson
  2. Werthead

    The Kharkanas Trilogy by Steven Erikson

    The Kharkanas Trilogy Book 1: Forge of Darkness
  3. Werthead

    The Crippled God by Steven Erikson

    A hundred and fifty thousand years ago an innocent god was pulled out of his home realm and scattered across the world. His spirit was chained to prevent him from destroying the world in his insane rage. Since then, the world has known misery and fear as, every few millennia, the Crippled God...
  4. Werthead

    Dust of Dreams by Steven Erikson

    A review of the penultimate book in The Malazan Book of the Fallen.
  5. Lacedaemonian

    Steven Erikson is just a Glen Cook hack??

    Steven Erikson is just a Glen Cook hack?? Having just read the first three volumes of The Black Company series by Glen Cook I was left feeling shocked and disappointed. How could Erikson use so much of this work and not feel abject guilt? Do not get me wrong, there is almost enough original...
  6. Green

    (Another review of) The Bonehunters by Steven Erikson

    So, here's my review of Steven Erikson's The Bonehunters. I haven't read the other one on this board, yet... so apologies for any re-trodden ground :) I'm not much good at re-hashing plot, so I'll just give you the blurb from the dustjacket (which does a better job of it than I could do)...
  7. B

    BoneHunters by Steven Erikson

    The Malazan tales of the fallen have quickly grown into one of modern fantasies most prolific series. Without the possibility of an unknown number of books (erikson has said there are only ten) and with a regular release date of one a year, fans have been treated to some of the hardest and most...
  8. Rane Longfox

    Fishin' with Grandma Matchie - Steven Erikson

    "Fishin'..." is possibly one of the oddest books I have ever read. Just short, maybe, of Iain Banks' "Feersum Endjinn". As Graham Joyce notes, in the introduction, most authors go through a "silly" phase, and this is undoubtably Erikson's. The book is narrated by a nine-year-old boy called Tike...
  9. rune

    Bibliographie - Steven Erikson

    Found this published info for Erikson :) Please do feel free to add any future publications to the thread to keep the info up to date. Malazan Book of the Fallen 1. Gardens of the Moon (1999) 2. Deadhouse Gates (2000) 3. Memories of Ice (2001) 4. House of Chains (2002) 5...
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