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Comments to The Thousandfold Thought by R. Scott Bakker


Submitted by hunter (Apr 02, 2008)

The last book was a huge let down. It feels like events where left wide open so more books can come in the future. No resolution, nor a final conflict of any type..


Submitted by Anonymous (Sep 11, 2007)

Amazing trillogy as a whole and a excellent read, but the conclusion was strangely unsatisfying...


Submitted by TN (Mar 02, 2007)

Indeed this is an excellent trilogy. HOWEVER, it felt INCOMPLETE. What happened to the conflict with the "Old Father" and his group? I thought there might have been a hint in the importance of finding the "Heron Spear" to fight the old ones. What happened to that? Kellus's father drew him out for a reason, to warn him. And the book ended after Father and Son met. What, the hidden evil just dissappeared? INCONLUSIVE!! But, what I've read is excellent. The way Bakker paints the magical fight scenes is un-rivaled. All three books are good.


Submitted by Pat Flannery (Nov 18, 2005)

Totally agree that this series is the best new fantasy in a long time. Frankly, I think mentioning it in the same breath as Jordan is an insult...Bakker is 100x more focused, intelligent and original.


Submitted by Anonymous (Nov 11, 2005)

I'm glad the close to the "Prince of Nothing" is in good form. But I cannot say your review whetted my appetite - it teased it! You won't give us any of the plot points will you? Rats! Can't wait for next year!


 


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