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THE FIRST LAW trilogy is a fantasy masterpiece, now available in a stunning box set. It's a perfect gift for fans of A GAME OF THRONES; a must-have for fans of Joe Abercrombie; and a great way for new readers to discover one of the most highly acclaimed fantasy trilogies of the past decade.

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For Game of Thrones Readers 17 janvier 2013
Par Patrick Mudge - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was looking for an engrossing fantasy to read after I finished Dancing with Dragons. A friend recommended Abercrombie, so I ordered his first trilogy on my new Kindle and jumped in.

Perfect timing. After suffering an attack of sciatica, I had to spend a lot of time in bed with my feet propped up. The First Law was better than painkillers.

The first book starts with a running battle, and as I got into the book, the characters became more interesting. Although I missed the depth and breadth of characterization in Game of Thrones, I was drawn into a similar labyrinth of deception and power struggles that rivals the game of thrones. The depiction of battle and bloodshed is superb, and Abercrombie actually develops the soul of one of his most powerful characters- The Bloody Nine- through rage and carnage. Like Game of Thrones, The First Law Trilogy develops deeply flawed characters who are both heroes and villains. Even Glotka, the mentally and physically twisted torturer of the Inquisition, becomes a compelling protagonist with whom we cannot help but sypmathize and even root for by the end of the story.

The First Law is less refined, and it does not develop as many rich characters as Game of Thrones, but it the characters it does develop are savage, diabolical and strangely sympathetic.
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'Blackbether' 3 février 2013
Par Brendan P. Delany - Publié sur
Format: Broché
What a read! Loved the boxed set of this wonderful story. Case is well designed and its color scheme is just perfect!
The books, well....what can you compare this to? The plot is a medieval "Dr. Strangelove" meets Richard the 3rd. The characters are as motley a crew as ever were assembled, but the crown jewel of the group is 'Glotka' who has to be the nearest thing to the love child of Tyrion Lannister (Game of Thrones) and Edmund Blackadder. I found myself laughing like a loon as Glotka and his team of Torturers terrorised the inhabitants of several towns, all the while bemoaning the immorality of society - it has to be the blackest comedy written in years.
Highly, highly recommended.
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True Mastery with a New Direction. 29 décembre 2013
Par James Witt - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
A dark, but masterful tale that doesn't follow the old rules of good and evil. One of the best book series I have ever read.
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Excellent trilogy. A very rich world to explore. 24 février 2013
Par Dana F Ladd - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Recommended for any Tolkien Trilogy fans. If you like the lighter read of Jordan, you may find this trilogy's multi-layered plots and characters challenging at times. But if you like to immerse in a world, like Middle Earth, then the world Abercrombie has created will be a refreshing, thoroughly enjoyable place to let your mind loose. And strongly recommend his stand alone "Best Served Cold" set in the same world, taking shortly after the ending point of the First Law trilogy, with many of the same characters and a few new, equally unique and equally thoroughly entertaining.
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Decent writing but don't hope for closure 8 décembre 2013
Par Vince S. - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Decent but not great. The books start off slow and only about 50-80 pages into The Blade Itself did I really begin to get absorbed by it. Once I did, though, I was pretty hooked. The bitter disappointment is that the series ends in a pretty awful manner. There is basically no resolution or closure to the series and it leaves you feeling downright cheated. It really made me feel like the author is just going to milk these characters with spin-offs and comics and whatever else,


A couple of characters show some real growth but for the most part they don't change at all and you are just left with a sense of why did I just read through all this? Key 'plot twists' are executed very poorly as well, coming to a close so quickly that you barely have time to process what happened and having little to no significance to the overall plot anyway.
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