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gardens of the moon by Steven Erikson

I have embarked on the first in a very long fantasy series, one which comes with an apology in front by the author for being so dense and inscrutable, and I’m filled with a curious mixture of regret and excitement for being 1/10th of the way through, and now committed, to this fairly entertaining, very time-consuming and mostly useless endeavor. 


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