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Joe Abercrombie is a freelance film editor who works on documentaries and live music events. He lives and works in Bath. THE BLADE SELF, his debut novel, is the first novel in The First Law trilogy, followed by BEFORE THEY ARE HANGED and LAST ARGUMENT OF KINGS. His new standalone bestseller is BEST SERVED COLD.
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Some says that to change the world, you must first burn it down. Now that belief is being tested in the crucible of revolution: breakers and arsonists have seized the levers of power, the smoke of riots has replaced the smog of industry, and all must submit to the wisdom of the masses. .
With nothing left to lose, Citizen Brock is determined to become a new hero for the new age, while Citizeness Savine must turn her winning talents into survival before she can fight her way to redemption.
Orso will discover that when the world turns upside down, no one is inferior to a monarch. And in the blasted north, Rikke and her fragile protectorate are running out of allies. . . while Black Calder gathers forces and plots revenge on him.
Banks have collapsed, the Union sun has collapsed, and in the darkness behind the scenes, the threads of the Weavers’ ruthless plan are slowly coming together. . .
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Joe Abercrombie is my favorite author and I really dug up the previous entries in this series, a mix of spark fantasy, dark satire and a kind of Discworld homage, albeit a Discworld for complete bastards. So does this wisdom of the masses persist on landing? Absolutely, but in many ways this may be his darkest work, while in many ways it has some very funny moments, it’s about the aftermath of the revolution and how things stay the same even when they change. Basically, like all Abercrombie novels, this is a lesson in human nature, and not a particularly cheap one.
A farewell to many characters we have come to love and hate. I suspect this book will be seen as a love or hate story and at the same time build the future of the first law series, it’s neither gentle nor kind and that ending wow!
That’s not to say it’s still not bitingly funny, and also packed with the well-choreographed ultra-violence we’ve come to expect.
I don’t really want to discuss the plot because while it’s very predictable in a lot of ways, at least if you’re already an Abercrombie fan, there are some lovely spikes in the queue.
If you didn’t enjoy the previous entries in this series, this won’t change your mind, it doubles down on political maneuvering, the characters are even more venomous, and while there’s plenty of violence, it strays further from its epic fantasy roots. in the original series. However, if, like me, you read Abercrombie for its subversion of fantasy tropes, dark humor, and most importantly its continuity and payoff to longtime fan theories, then this might be your go-to. best job so far.
In a totally surprising turn of events, this book was every bit as absorbing, shocking, and surprising as I’d hoped.
Returning to the world of Joe Abercrombie’s First Law, we are immediately drawn into the aftermath of the events that took place in The Trouble with Peace, and boy, are they brutal. Also the name of this trilogy, The Age of Madness, could not be more appropriate and obvious than in this last book. I won’t go into details, but I’m still surprised that this series can surprise me.
As always, the character work is phenomenal. There is virtually no black and white and even the scariest characters have their moments where you see a better side in them, though not for long.
The suspense in this book is built to the breaking point and then, in true Abercrombie fashion, it goes beyond what’s so much fun to read because you’re just waiting for things to break completely and turn everything upside down. .
Due to the surprises that await us, this is a trilogy that I really want to reread at some point. I imagine knowing how things are going and what the characters’ ultimate motive is, I’ll be curious if any of that is apparent in hindsight from the start.
We’re getting hints of things coming with the First Law. Given the way we’re getting it, it’s not an absolute certainty that things will turn out that way, but I personally hope this isn’t the last book in this world. There’s clearly a lot more to tell and I’m sure the fans will be delighted with that.
I can’t see how you could end the series (well, it’s a possibility, but how you would do it is beyond me), but that’s not a complaint at all, and as long as this world is revisited, I’ll keep reading and I’m sure that I love, I laugh and am amazed at how horrible people do horrible things in the most brilliant ways imaginable.
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