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God Mage. The Heart of What Was Lost. Tad Williams. The World Raven. The Mountains Rise. Michael G. Darkened Blade. Kelly McCullough. Legion: Skin Deep. Brandon Sanderson. Blake Charlton. Warded Mage. Barbara Hambly. Imager's Battalion. Joined Mar 18, Messages Hi Sapienti, I only recently got involved with Janny Wurts and am now a huge fan. Her writing style does take some getting used to but imo it is well worth taking the time to get there.
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You will eventually find an almost breath taking amount of detail and thought has gone into building her world and plot lines that i hope you will consider as worthy of your time and effort. You've 7 more books after that one with number 9 hopefully out early next year!
Let me know how you get on! Glad to hear it Sapienti With you mentioning about liking to read about people's way of life i'd recommend the saga of recluce by LE Modesitt. He spends quite a lot of time on dealing with the more normal activities of his main characters, most of them have some form of craft for example.
I always found that to be quite interesting myself, On a slightly different point i really like it when authors have different ways of life clash something you'll soon see more of in Janny's work Joe Abercrombie does this very well in his first law trilogy. Happy reading! Sapienti said:.
Stories that describe particular ways of life are something that I always find interesting, whether they be peasants and their daily labor or royalty in great castles. That's probably a linking aspect in most of the fantasy I've read to date. Clansman Lochaber Axeman, QC.
Joined Feb 9, Messages 1, Location Canada. Welcome, Sapienti. I echo Procrastinator, Gollum and A. She makes no bones about it, and in fact has described her style as trying to use the full pallet of English vocabulary in order to convey her descriptions. She is also an accomplished artist all of the English language covers UK and US are her own art work , so her analogy has real experience behind it. She is definitely not fantasy lite, more like a Porterhouse steak, but done to in my mind perfection over time.
CotMW by necessity has a lot of set up for the later part of the series. Also, and typically, she sets up the reader in the first half of her books, and then explodes into the second half I find Erikson similar in this regard.
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You will really begin to care about these characters, and also enjoy seeing them changed. Her characterization, to me, is her greatest strength. I don't know what to say. My first impressions of the novel have been shattered to a million pieces. I actually can't believe I didn't wholeheartedly embrace it outright. I'm at the point just after the Koriani tried to spy on the princes and I've been completely engrossed in the book up to this point its amazing how fast it changed for me.
I guess all it took was me hearing from someone else that the book was amazing and then a switch clicked and my mind just adapted to a new style. I've been reading almost non stop I can't put it down. I really do feel like she is trying to implement the full English vocabulary and I find it great.