By R. Scott Bakker
Broadly praised via reviewers and a turning out to be physique of enthusiasts, Bakker has already tested his popularity as one of many smartest writers within the fable genre--a author within the line stretching from Peake to Tolkein. Now he returns to The Prince of not anything universe with the long-awaited The Judging Eye, the 1st booklet in an all-new series.
Set 20 years after the top of The Thousandfold Thought, Bakker reintroduces us to an international that's right away favourite but additionally very diverse than the single readers concept they knew. Delving even additional into his richly imagined universe of fable, violence, and sorcery, and completely remolding the fable style to expand the scope of intricacy and which means, R. Scott Bakker has once more written a delusion novel that defies all expectancies and rewards the reader with an adventure not like any on hand within the canon of today¹s literature.
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