|A Disciple Manning Novel|
|Disciple of the Dog|| |
|Judging Eye, The|| |
|Prince of Nothing, The||(1 reviews)|
|The Thousandfold Thought||(1 reviews) |
|The Prince of Nothing||(1 reviews)|
|Prince of Nothing, The|
|Warrior Prophet, The||(1 reviews) |
|Darkness That Comes Before, The||(3 reviews) |
|Official sffworld.com reviews|
A new R. Scott Bakker novel is always cause for celebration, Rob finally joins the party with his review.
Scott Bakker, known for his brilliant Prince of Nothing saga tackles popular literature with his take on the Techno Thriller Novel. It is like few, if any books before, according to Rob and Hobbit.
In The Thousandfold Thought, Bakker delivers on the promise of the previous two volumes and has completed what is likely one of, if not the defining Epic saga of this generation.
The second novel in R. Scott Bakker’s The Prince of Nothing saga continues to push the envelope in terms of complexity and tension.
Opening the pages of an author's first novel can be a daunting endeavor, or at least one mitigated with amounts of joyful anxiety and trepidation. On the one hand, you tend to temper your judgment a bit knowing this is the author's first novel, but on the other hand one hopes to be amply rewarded for taking the time and gamble in reading an author's first novel.
Patrick has talked to R. Scott Bakker.
Patrick has talked to R. Scott Bakker
Rob Bedford has spoken to R. Scott Bakker, author of The Warrior-Prophet and The Darkness that Comes Before.