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    Interesting read

    Fairly good,interesting anti hero.
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    Great book am reading the next.:-)
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    The Broken Empire Trilogy

    The author has a slightly unusual writing style and I almost stopped reading the first book . However I'm very glad I persisted, as it grew on me, book by book and ended up being one of the best series I have read. The central protagonist was, at times, reminiscent of Michael Moorcock's Elric. So if you like an unusual story with a strong anti hero, I thoroughly recommend this series.
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    Dark

    This book was a bit dark. It was an ok read with lits of flash backs which i don't really like It seems that writers in books and tv like to use flash backs to give a prolouge or to fill out the story which anoys me. But it was still understandable.
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    Excellent read !!
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