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The Tales Of Bauchelain and Korbal Broach, Vol 1 (Malazan Empire) [Kindle Edition]

Steven Erikson

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"Erikson ranks near the top of the epic fantasy pantheon" (Publishers Weekly)

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Set in the awe-inspiring world of the Malazan Empire, three tales of the enigmatic and eccentric necromancers Bauchelain and Korbal Broach collected in a single, readily available volume.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 604 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 319 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0593063953
  • Verlag: Transworld Digital (30. September 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00413PIK4
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
  • X-Ray:
  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #131.610 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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Mehr über den Autor

Steven Erikson, in Kanada geboren, lebte viele Jahre in der Nähe von London, ehe er vor einiger Zeit in seine Heimat nach Winnipeg zurückkehrte. Der Anthropologe und Archäologe feierte 1999 mit dem ersten Band seines Zyklus "Das Spiel der Götter" nach einer sechsjährigen akribischen Vorbereitungsphase seinen weltweit beachteten Einstieg in die Liga der großen Fantasy-Autoren.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Must Have for Fans 20. November 2013
Von Trey Hollen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was very unsure what to expect from this collection of stories. I devoured every Malazan Book of the Fallen and was eager for more of anything set in this world. But the namesake characters were two of my least favorite of the massive cast introduced by Erikson. I am so glad that I took the plunge anyway.

As stated by another review, this is a very odd book. And I mean that in the best possible way. This series of stories appears to be where Erikson comes out to play. He teases at a strange sense of humor in his magnum opus, but here he just runs with it. The humor is ever so dark so if you don't enjoy that sort of thing you should probably move along. But if that is your bag then this is your book.

The main characters remain thoroughly unlikable, but that is the point. The author gives us Mancy the Luckless to root for in every story. And this poor drug addled sop is absolutely hilarious and very hard not to love. I think I even started to warm up to the resident necromancer by the end. If that isn't talent then I don't know what is anymore!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Love it 19. März 2014
Von Fletcher Beverley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Erikson delivers again - without a doubt my favorite author and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend his works to anyone.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Mildly amusing 13. November 2012
Von Nish Pfister - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Not his best effort, in my opinion. It might be because it is difficult to like any of the characters, but they are also not all that well developed, not even the main characters. The disjointed storyline fits the main characters well, I‘d still have liked to follow some of those other characters more. Not enough of a storyline, following the two necromancers around. Amusing, though.
5.0 von 5 Sternen What an odd little book 11. November 2012
Von Ian McLeod - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
I totally loved it! A strange collection of tales that follow two minor characters from the greater Malazan series. If you like Malazan, you'll like this.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen First Stories 11. Mai 2014
Von Arthur W. Jordin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
The First Collected Tales of Bauchelain & Korbal Broach (2007) is the first Fantasy collection in the Bauchelain & Korbal Broach subseries of the Malazan milieu. It contains Blood Follows, The Lees of Laughter's End, The Healthy Dead and three introductions to these novellas.

Blood Follows (2002) is the first novella in this series. The bells of Lamentable Moll are pealing to signal the death of a very important person. The killings have happened for the past several nights. The victims are eviscerated and organs are missing.

Mancy returns home to tell his wife that he is now unemployed. His master is the latest victim. The same thing happened several days before.

Subly asks why he has not yet found anther job. Mancy goes to a tavern to drink with a couple of crabbers. They tell him of a job offer posted in the fishermen's round.

The notice mentions travel. That means he may be leaving Theft Island and his family. He is interested in travel right now.

Mancy is very drunk at the interview with Bauchelain. Despite the drunkenness, Mancy is hired. He returns to his home to inform Subly. She likes the escrow account paying a steady wage directly to her.

Guld learns of the two foreigners and goes to talk to them. Mancy refuses to let him into the room. Guld calls up his corporal and manages to enter the room. He wonders about the whereabouts of Korbal.

Tulgord Vise rides through the City Watch line to view one of the deaths. Guld warns him never to try that again. Tulgord is very determined to track down the killer.

Princess Sharn is a witness to one of the murders. Guld starts to interrogate her, but a court mage sends her back to the palace. Seljure orders him not to bother the princess.

The Lees of Laughter's End (2007) is the third novella in this series. The Suncurl has sailed from Lamentable Moll and is now a week west of Theft in the Tithe Strait. Bena the Younger is looking for the blood trail of Laughter's End. Her mother encourages her.

No other ships are in sight. Bena the Younger strokes her mother's hair. Then she sees the vein of blood and looses a piercing cry.

As the cry dies down, Druther climbs up beside his captain. He asks if she thinks that someone is still following then. She tells him to shut up. When he continue to talk, she warns him that his tongue will be cut out if he isn't quiet.

Mottle says that the cook is a poet. Urse agrees with her. Mancy thinks that he isn't much of a cook. He is smoking Durhang to get an appetite.

Hubb comes rushing into the mess room yelling that someone has cut off his ear. His mates check and find one ear completely missing, but the hole is bleeding profusely. Back at the stern, Korbal is baiting a hook with an ear.

The crusty nails in the timbers have come from the sarcophagi in Moll. Now the souls in these nails are creaking. As they sail into the blood, they are singing songs of freedom.

A lich abides within the hold of the Suncurl. It starts eating the souls in the nails. It grows stronger.

Korbal has constructed his progeny from parts of his victims in Moll. Now he adds the eyes, mouths and legs of the rats on the Suncurl. Then he sends it out to hunt the lich.

Bauchelain has Mancy oil and repair his armor and sharpen his sword. Something is coming after the ship. Bauchelain prepares for a god.

The Healthy Dead (2004) is the second novella in this series. Factallo is struck by a collapsing wagon and loses consciousness. When he awakes, his crew is amazed. Loath pronounces him a Saint. Imid wishes that the wagon has killed him.

Bauchelain and Broach are approaching the last city on the peninsula. Mancer says a trader has stated that it is named Quaint. Bauchelain does not think it is quaint. They decide to bypass the city.

The road is empty most of the way toward the city. Then two people approach them carrying a heavy chest of gold and silver coins. Imid states that they are Saints of Glorious Labor.

Bauchelain observes that the title seems worthy. Imid disagrees, stating that he is now out of work. The other Saint -- Elas Sil -- concurs in that statement.

The Saints explain the death of the previous king and his replacement by Macrotus. The new King had elevated the worship of the Lady of Benefience to the city's official and only legal religion. Now all forms of harmful substances and activities are prohibited.

Korbal in crow form visits the body of the former king and enlivens it. Necrotus sees again, despite loss of his eyes. Korbal raises the body off the hook and frees Necrotus.

Bauchelain sends Mancy into the city to run some errands. Mancy strolls through the gates and wanders by the Temple. Purge accused him of loitering and demands his name. Mancy feigns amnesia and a crowd proclaims him the First Saint.

The next collection in this sequence has not yet been released on Amazon. However, the novel Crack'd Pot Trail continues the story and The Wurms of Blearmouth is another novella in this sequence.

Highly recommended for Erikson fans and for anyone else who enjoys tales of necromantic magic, political intrigue, and morbid humor. Read and enjoy!

-Arthur W. Jordin
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