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It’s hard to explain to people how fucking intense these books can be. He was no believer in causes, not any more. The atmosphere, the precision accuracy in prose, the depiction and description of the military tactics and assassinations that shows the battle of cunning and wills were absolutely top-notch.

T’Lan Imass with emotions is at least as unnerving as would Icarium be with memories. Corabb believes that Leoman’s command is the Apocalypseand that they are desined to show the world the truth of that. Series and authors like this deserve better. It’s pages of emotion bursting through your skull.

It will be hard to beat MOI, but it is right there with it. It basically has no equal. To view life as but a quick passage alone a foul, tortured path — made foul and tortured by our own indifference — is malaazn excuse all manner of misery and depravity, and to exact cruel punishment upon the innocent lives to come.


He further asks them the reason of their imprisonment, suggesting that he may free them if he thinks it unjust. I understand why authors need this bridge, especially if series are far shorter, like in trilogies. The God is Not Willing. Just like its previous books this is also written in third person multiple POVs.

Malazan Book of the Fallen, tome 6 : The Bonehunters (VO) – Babelio

For one, it helped the story be less confusing. Thus, I die a wise man, not a fool.

The Crippled God has been granted a place in the pantheon, a schism threatens and sides must be chosen. It no longer feels to me like Gandalf redux, and is simply a part of his world.

How the heck do you write a review for a mega book like this? A push here or a nudge there.

Is it truly the gods, who make the rules or am I responsible? Which we undoubtedly do. I love the darkness and sorrow boonehunters can provoke within me, and the fun and wit he can inspire too. He then asks about the SoletakenAnomandaris and Scabandari Bloodeye and whether the dragons killed Scabandari.

I saw the soldiers from Genabackis united Click, clack is the sound of the bones I’ve bound to my hair. The characters in this book included the return of some of my favourites. Cotillion, he was amazing. Steve, Perry and Ross Donaldson, for the friendship. They have sold off their horses in the city for food and supplies, and haven’t heard from L’oric in a long time. So much so that I wish we could start the next book right where we’re leaving off, but this is Malazan so I’m pretty sure I’ll be waiting until at least book 8 to get some resolution.


Knowing the big picture and end game you see crumbs cast long before you did the first time.

The Bonehunters

The complete dismissal of facts and the art of weaving stories in a way to change history and the meaning behind historical events, and the utter normalization of fiction above all reality, makes for a society of victims, all screaming for justice, when such is impossible if the truth is bonehuntrrs only ignored, but distorted in such a way, that it becomes unrecognizable.

I am a Teblor — we live simply enough, and we see the cruelty of your so called progress. One need not accept responsibility for the world as it is, and by extension, one need do nothing about it. So, step forward, I’ll throw you a bone.

The Bonehunters–Book Six of the Malazan Book of the Fallen

Avevano preso sua sorella e lei, beh. I still loved the 5th book, but this was an extra level of epic to return to the characters I love after some awesome worldbuilding in book 5. View all 18 comments. Among the latter, Heboric Ghost Hands, journeying to redress an old wrong. Yeahhh, they’re still doing that. The story itself was yet another stunning entry in the saga of the Malazan struggle to hang onto the continent in the face of a truly epic religious rebellion that started in Deadhouse Gates.