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Dancer's Lament Doc · 416 pages Download ☆ Taking Malazan fans back to that troubled continent's turbulent early history The opening chapter in Ian C Esslemont's epic new fantasy seuence the Path to Ascendancy trilogyFor ages warfare has crippled the continent as minor city states baronies and principalities fought in an endless round ofE rousing themselves Into this arena of renewed border wars come two youths to the powerful central city state that is Li Heng One is named Dorin and he comes determined to prove himself the most skilled assassin of his age; he is chasing the other youth a Dal Hon mage who has proven himself annoyingly difficult to killLi Heng has been guided and warded for centuries by the powerful sorceress known as the Protectress and she allows no rivals She and her cabal of five mage servants were enough to repel the uon Tali Iron Legions what co ICE has final produce the 5 book I've been waiting for and this is better than some of the Erikson books for the first time The differences for me are that for the first time he used empathy for the characters and the people in general Second he did foreboding and portentous events with the correct leveling In the past he either over did it beating you in the head with a shovel or did in a way that only confused the issue Third his general writing style has comes so far since Night of Knives This still isn't an Erikson book which has it's plusses and minuses The end convergence and the sorrow build into the characters isn't at the same level You don't need to follow every words so cautiously feeling you'll miss something completely if you don't When completed you don't feel like you fought Tyson circa 1991 either ICE has stuck to his style and perfected it The story is much straightforward which is nice at times when the author just gives you an information dump The biggest thing is anybody who has read the main serieswho doesn't want to know Kellanved and Dancer's story Plus there's a host of others we get a clearer picture of or in some cases a view not scene before at all I cannot wait until November and Deadhouse Landing

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Uld two youths hope to accomplish under their stifling ruleYet under the new and ambitious King Chulalorn the Third Itko Kan is on the march from the south He sends his own assassin servants the Nightblades against the city and there are hints that he also commands inhuman forces out of legendWhile above all shadows swirl oddly about Li Heng and monstrous slathering beasts seem to appear from nowhere to run howling through the street It is a time of chaos and upheaval and in chaos as the young Dal Hon mage would say there is opportuni Sweet Jesus is this book for realLooks like heaven on earth in the Malazan universe to me

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Dancer's LamentTaking Malazan fans back to that troubled continent's turbulent early history The opening chapter in Ian C Esslemont's epic new fantasy seuence the Path to Ascendancy trilogyFor ages warfare has crippled the continent as minor city states baronies and principalities fought in an endless round of hostilities Only the alliance of the rival Tali and uon cities could field the resources to mount a hegemony from coast to coast and thus become known as uon TaliIt is a generation since the collapse of this dynasty and regional powers are onc 2nd reread edit full series review out next week🗡Reread edit so much love for this on the second read through Next book out in November so if any Malazan fans haven’t picked this one up yet get to itit’s well worth your time My experience of this book was entirely that of gleeful absorption and joyful celebration because it's about Dancer and Kellanved If you have read Erikson's Malazan books and these two characters aren't on your favourites list then you need to read the series again because you're reading it wrongMy main concern was that learning about these two would lessen the frustrating yet enticing mystery they represent but it was not the case Seeing them in their less than fully formed state is freuently amusing but also chilling because we know the future and that future starts here The only actual review like addition i'm going to make to this piece of enthusiasm is that I really enjoyed Esslemont's style in this book Having only read Night of Knives before now the skill level he showed in this novel has increased tenfold He nails the humour and there are moments of unsettling menace that chilled me I'm already eager for Huge thanks to Ian C Esslemont Random HouseTransworld Publishers and Netgalley for this copy in exchange for an honest review