Quote of the Day

He summons us beneath the banner of vengeance, and in the name of death. My new friends, the T'lan Imass are going to war.

- NOM KALA, Bonecaster of the Brold T'lan Imass, in Steven Erikson's Dust of Dreams (Canada, USA, Europe).

This one should keep you Malazan fans occupied for quite a while. . .;-)

14 commentaires:

Anonymous said...

The mind is spinning at the implications...is that the NEW Hood speaking? Hrmm....

Roland said...

Dude... do you honestly think that all Malazan fans are mindless theory-spinning geeks who are going to froth in the mouth at every single cryptic sentence you throw at them?

Anonymous said...

Darn right we are! We're proud of it too!!

Break said...

I would love to be labeled as a Malazan theory-spinning geek but alas, I'm not that well versed enough in the world of Wu to qualify. :(

davebrendon said...

Holy Hell I've got to get caught up, and quickly! Thanks for this, Pat!

Penis Pump said...

This is one simple example of why the Malazan is the very best, most epic fantasy series out there. There are only two things that have me scrambling for any bit of information I can find: Malazan and LOST.

Droidprogrammer said...

I hate you Pat... You are a tease!

I realized now that re-reading the Wheel of Time was a mistake, should have re-read the Malazan series..

Dave said...

Does anyone know if captain Paran is in the DOD? haven't seen him in a while and he was my fav char...

spencer said...

Pat, I'm the assistant to a famous author who has a new fantasy book published by a major press and he'd like to send it to you for a review. How can I put you in touch with my boss? Can I give him your email?
Thanks,
Spencer

Patrick said...

Spencer: You can tell him to contact me via the giveaway email address.

Spencer said...

Patrick, this might sound absurd to you, but what is a giveaway email? I looked on your site for an email address but couldn't find one. I'm not the most tech savvy guy. Any more help?
Thanks,
Spencer

Dave said...

I think it's:
reviews@gryphonwood.net

Blend said...

You're an evil, evil man Patrick. Just... Evil.

machinery said...

just out of interest, as I have yet to read the 8th book, is ganoes paran a part of the 9th or 10th book at all ?
he seemed to start as the main character, and then dwindled into tiny appearences here and there.