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    PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] Deadhouse Landing was another fantastic novel in this preuel trilogy of two of the most notorious characters from the Malazan series This seu

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    Read & download Deadhouse Landing PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] Review ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Ian C. Esslemont Deadhouse Landing second book in Path to Ascendancy series and seuel to magnificent Dancer’s Lament managed to stay a good book not as good as the first one sadly despite constantly being tripped by none other but author himselfThe story starts not long after misadventure in Li Heng happened where Wu and Dorin now Kelanved and D

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    Review ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Ian C. Esslemont PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] Ian C. Esslemont ´ 2 Download Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths Deadhouse Landing is the second installment of Ian C Esslemont’s Path to Ascendancy trilogy; this series set prior to the events in Steven Erikson’s The Malazan Book of the Fallen and Esslemont’s Malazan Empire Never having read any of the Malazan books before receiving a review copy of this novel fr

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    PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] All I really have to say iswow I almost ALMOST prefer this series to the BotF It’s not nearly as epic but it’s much enjoyable if that’s the right word His writing style is much “tighter” than SE by tha

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    PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] This is a book clearly dedicated to Malazan aficionadosOnce again we're following the duo of Wu and Dancer and see their first steps on Malaz IslandWe also see a lot of the people that will become important players within the Empire We learn about the relationship of Surly with her Nappan crew including Cartheron and Urko

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    PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] Read & download Deadhouse Landing Loved it ICE even made me like Tayschren who I never liked at all in the main series A few small things bugged me where the timeline doesn't really gel with the rest of the series like WhiskeyJack being there at the beginning of the empire but the series is riddled with issues like that so I'm willing to let it go I have seen others complain

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    PDF FREE [Deadhouse Landing] Possibly my favorite Esslemont work of fiction to date His pacing and prose have certainly improved over time from his ear

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Deadhouse Landing Free download Æ 102 At Kellanved’s sanity and powerful entities take of an interest in the little mage from Dal Hon Dancer faces a hard choice should he give up on his partnership Especially when the fellow’s obsession with shadows and ancient artefacts brings the both of them alarmingly close to death and destructionAfter all who in his right mind would actually wish to enter an Elder mystery known to everyone as the 'Deadhous This is a book clearly dedicated to Malazan aficionadosOnce again we re following the duo of Wu and Dancer and see their first steps on Malaz IslandWe also see a lot of the people that will become important players within the Empire We learn about the relationship of Surly with her Nappan crew including Cartheron and Urko CrustWe learn of Dassem Ultor and how he became the Mortal Sword of HoodWe learn of Tayschrenn and his days on Kartool as a priest of D rekWe learn of Tattersail and her life in Mock s hold while Mock is still aliveWe learn of a few of the people who will later oppose the Malzan EmpireWe learn of some elder gods and ascendants who always mingle behind everyone s backAnd we all learn this in a rather short entry of the Malazan world as the book doesn t even reach the 400 page markI really enjoy Esslemont s approach with his Path to Ascendancy series There s a lot of name dropping and foreshadowing no pun intended P if you know your Malazan But overall the series is very focused and straight forward which makes it a bit approachable compared to his and Erikson s larger tomesSo for the die hard fan of the Malazan world this is an enjoyable must read as it puts a lot of puzzle pieces together For non Malazan readers though this will be a book and maybe even a series with way less appeal because you miss out on a lot of the little fist bump moments

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Deadhouse Landing Free download Æ 102 After the disappointments of Li Heng Dancer and Kellanved wash up on a small insignificant island named Malaz Immediately of course Kellanved plans to take it over To do so they join forces with a small band of Napans who have fled a civil war on their own home island The plan however soon goes awry as Kellanved develops a strange and dangerous fascination for a mysterious ancient structure found on the islandTh Full series review to come

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Deadhouse Landing Free download Æ 102 E chaos in the region extends to the metaphysical planes also as a young priest of D'rek starts to uestion the rot at the heart of the worship of the god of decay And back in Li Heng Dassem now the proclaimed Sword of Hood finds himself being blamed for a plague which leads him to a crisis of faith and searching for answersDuring all this war with the neighbouring island of Nap threatens recruited allies wonder Deadhouse Landing second book in Path to Ascendancy series and seuel to magnificent Dancer s Lament managed to stay a good book not as good as the first one sadly despite constantly being tripped by none other but author himselfThe story starts not long after misadventure in Li Heng happened where Wu and Dorin now Kelanved and Dancer were thrown away from after their disastrous attempt on usurping the throne which leads them running with a tail between their legs to a familiar surroundings Malaz City And in it Kelanved storms headfast into a myriad of uestionable decisions No it s not just the fact how he heedlessly explores broken long forgotten and dissolving into chaos itself magic realm all by himself which of course leads Dancer to feel worried and being left out but he buys a stinky sithole tavern filed with Napan refugees And on top of that he spends their lifesavings onto buying a ship for those same Napan refugees Ship which is of course cursedIn the spare time and when he remembers to include Dancer together they explore realm of Shadow And oh yes they never worked as a couple than they did in this book Which is really great since in their history or likely future since main series happens later on they were shown as partners with a similar agenda and the same goal and it happens how they simply have to learn to coexistHere in this book Ian made an effort to show us how they actually care for one another and I think this is my biggest impression of the book Kelanved and Dancer s relationship build up What about those Napans Who and what Napans are Civil War refugees navalpirate crew stranded on main rival s territory accompanied with exiled Napan royalty It s than obvious that they plan revenge Revenge for which they need a ship no matter how daunting and cursed that floating bucket actually is Since that ship is just one wave from sinking they have to work in a tavern run by Kelanved What kind of work Well Tattersail my most beloved mage in the main series once was would you believe that a main captain of the pirate crew with her strike force of three ships much like Columbus s trio Santa Maria Pinta and Nina But instead in service of exploration they are fat barues armed with siege catapults onagers and blazing monstrous cannons Insufferable Intolerable and Insolent And yes we have a great naval battle Where we realize cannons are futile when Sail is on boardI was actually so glad I could read about her past that I am uite prone to forgive her companion s Admiral Mock s utter one dimensionality of the character spattered with various pirate clich s which basically served to signify Sail s personal and prepare her future story than to tell their combine efforts of Bony Clyde meets Romancing the Stone kinda narrative That s a pity I believe we had something there but I ll pretend how I understand why Ian did this Not to mention how I m probably the only one who wished for that kind of plot in Malazan booksOne new old face we see is Tayschreen If Tattersail was my favorite mage in the main series than Tayschreen in it was her polar opposite Here however he is one of my favorite characters Which basically means how even greatest bastards once were good kids you could actually understand and possibly root for OK let s not get ahead of ourselvesThere isn t much of him in this book so I ll refrain myself from spoiling something I ll just say that he was the second most tragic character in Deadhouse LandingWhich leads me to most tragic character Dassem Ultor Have I ever mentioned that Dessembrae is my favorite character in all Malazan books No Well those of you who ve read main series know exactly why he is my favorite character Those of you who don t know what I m talking about that s great That s how it should beIn all seriousness At the beginning we find Dassem in plagued city Li Heng still as a Knight of High House Death and its First Sword taking the knee and for the first time asking something of his God Hood He asks him to spare someone s lifeNow inability to apprehend lack of omnipotence of his God and failing to understand how his powers do not work in its core he resigns from his post and seeks refuge somewhere else Yes Malaz CityWhen it comes to nostalgia as well as discovering explaining and reminding of those things that were once known but now strangely forgotten this book gets an A 5 out of 5But when it comes to structural narrative characters story and plot it s much less stellarUnlike the previous book Dancer s Lament this one has far POV characters And although stories in which we are following all of them is mostly occurring in one place Malaz City there are few excursions out of that place on the open sea in previous setting Li Heng as well as another cognitive realm of existence And strangely this brings a pacing issue One character barefoot comes to Malaz City from another continent a naval battle is being prepared and it happens all while two characters are spending most of their time in another realm without any water or food to sustain them Now these are not glaringly obvious problems but I wished here and there a simple sentence explained better how much time is in between all these occurrencesAnd as I ve mentioned there are characters in this book that are simply there Doing nothing of significance Even when they storm a Hold And reading Malazan book having that is really strange because you got used to paying close attention especially to those seemingly insignificant characters least you miss some big revelation So having an insignificant character ending up to be indeed insignificant is something to get used toSimilar thing bogs even main characters Dancer and Kelanved 70% of the book and much of their story consists of strolling around a wasteland running from Hounds experiencing very littleThere would be much complaining if their banters humor and surprisingly warmth and emotion weren t so highlighted and well deliveredSure last one hundred pages are great But book isn t just its last one hundred pagesOverall in the end when I start dissecting and nitpicking to see if the sum of positives is bigger than that of negatives I did came to a conclusion yes most definitely yes This is a good book and great addition in the series overall 2835 Path to Ascendancy seriesDancer s Lament Kharkanas seriesForge of DarknessFall of Light Ultimate Malazan Chronological Reading Order

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  • Deadhouse Landing
  • Ian C. Esslemont
  • English
  • 16 January 2018
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