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Author:
David Bishop
ISBN13:
978-1844166701
ISBN:
1844166708
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Publisher:
Black Library (December 1, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Fantasy
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Rating:
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  • This book does struggle in some aspects and I do very much miss the day by day workings of the first in this series, and everyone who was a fan of A Murder In Marienburg will as well, that was what made the first book work so very well, how everything slowly came together and made sense, as we realized what happened at the same time the characters did.

    Sadly so very little of that seems to be in this entry to the series. I have a feeling as to why that was but I will need to ask the author for confirmation.

    The characters are as alive as ever, still as geniusly done as in A Murder In Marienburg, the combat as well is stupendous and there isnt much of a shortage for it as well, these will keep you happy, but the flaws are as follows.

    Where the hell are the magic users, get all the battle magic users together and the Farrak issue could have and would have been over a hell of a lot sooner. You ever seen a group of skeletons take a couple of fireballs to the front, they get wiped out like bowling pins, I was waiting for this to happen but nope, no such luck sadly, it would have made the book better.

    Next is why the elfs would just leave the city to die, and stay barricaded up in their section of Marienburg, your food would run out eventually and Farrak would get through sooner or later, maybe the author felt as he had enough characters to juggle already and didnt want anymore.

    And then their is the fact that I didnt feel at any time the danger of what anyone was going through, I didnt feel for any characters when they were fighting the undead, I only felt for them when they were in stressful situations that didnt involve undead anything

    Farrak: Not the best bad guy out their for sure, the stuff he did was cool, like the viewing portals made from blood and the scene with Damphoost, I very much enjoyed that in particular, but he himself wasnt impressive for a bad guy, he looks cool on the cover but thats it, a flashy exterior hiding a dull interior.

    I believe Bishop here was running on low fuel as he used most of his genius on A Murder In Marienburg, it is all in all a slight over average novel.

    Next I will be reading and reviewing MARK OF DAMNATION BY James Wallis

  • Let me first start by saying that I am a fan of Bishop's first book in the series. It was a rich and varied story and study of Marienburg. It had good characters and real enemy that was still kept within the context of the story and the characters. Not so with the sequel.

    On the plus side, Bishop carries over a lot of the characters from the first novel which was a nice touch. After that, it's all down hill. The biggest issue I have with the book is that the villain and his plans are far too grandiose for the characters involved and much bigger than anything presented in the first book. It moved the story from a detective story set in a very interesting city to a table top battle with a little mention of he city itself. it was good to see Solkan mentioned as I'd like to see more of the law gods but his acolytes weren't really out to good use and were canon fodder.

    A few observations:

    *. Apparently the city has no navy. One boat managed to waltz in basically unopposed. So a city so easily raidable won't last very long.

    *. Ditto having no standing army or pack mages. How has Mareinburg remained independent when they literally have no standing army, navy or magical force? It makes no sense.

    *. So it suits the Elves to remain uninvited while the city they trade with gets wiped out? Again, makes no sense.

    *. The witch hunters were from what temple exactly? Can't say Sigmar in Marienburg? Again, sloppy.

    *. The ending was just atrocious. On every level.

    The attraction of the first book was that it dealt with the day to day life of the city and had a great main character and backing characters (Belladonna is terrific). This book did a comple 180 and introduced a big bad that was totally out of context to the story or characters. Not sure if Bishop is writing a third but I hope so as this can still be a good series.