Gardens of the Moon is a science fiction fantasy novel. It is the opening chapter of the Malazan Book of the Fallen novel series. The book and the series are written by Steven Erikson. He is a Canadian novelist who also writes under his pseudonym of Steve Rune. Apart from writing, he also received formal education and training as an anthropologist and an archaeologist as well. If we look at his literary archives then Deadhouse Gates and The Crippled God will popup as his best novels.
Ralph Lister has done the narration of this chapter. The performance was amazing and you will find this book finishing easily with the sort of expression and tonal quality Ralph brought into it.
Gardens of the Moon
The Mazalan Empire was going through a rough time and they simmer with discontent. They had to face bloody confrontations, interminable warfare, and bitter infighting with the Anomander Rake. The opponent also included Tiste Andii, who were the implacable and ancient sorcerers. Even those of the imperial legions yearned for some sort of respite. Yet, the rule of the Empress Laseen remained out-and-out. It was imposed through her dread Claw slayers.
For Sergeant Whiskeyjack and his Bridgeburner squad, surviving cadre mage should have had the time to mourn the death of many people. But, on the other side, Darujhistan holds out. The Empress Laseen turned her destructive stare to this ancient citadel.
The book has a complex plot for sure and then there is a long list of characters as well. If you have the time and patience then you can think about going with this book. It is suitable for some beach reading or maybe on hose long weekends.
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