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deadhouse gates by Steven Erickson

This second fantasy novel in the Malazan series continues to be as strangely engrossing as the first - it's not perfect, sometimes a bit predictable and of course other times completely opaque, which I mind less - but it's sharply written, heartfelt and sad, and fully its own thing.


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