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Book Sixteen.

I wrote a long review on this, and to sum it up in one word would be: disappointing.

This book wasn’t bad, it just wasn’t good. I didn’t dread picking up to continue reading, but there was no excitement about doing so, either. Once i’d started, i kept reading to finish it, not because i wanted to know what happened.

There was so much in the book. So many people and wonders described, but none of them were put to a good enough use to be interesting to me. Really, this book just seemed like Barker showing off all the wonders his imagination can produce, but not actually doing anything with them.

Overall, i can see so much potential in this book. The ideas, the concepts and the characters could all make an amazing story. I just think the execution of that failed miserably. Barker lost the important things in the details of the insignificant; in his insistence to tell rather than show. I’m disappointed this book wasn’t better, because it so easily could have been.

(Longer spoiler-filled review at:
13th Jul 2013, 13:43   | tags:,,,

Wendle says:

Apparently this is one of his most popular books. I don't think i'll bother with the rest...

17th Jul 2013, 14:38