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house of chains by Steven Erikson

The fourth book in Erikson's Malazan series is interesting for its complex and untypical narrative structure, and although it suffers a bit more than the last three (especially towards the end) from a confusing multiplicity of characters, intrigues, gods, assassinations, and other strange and weird happenings, I still enjoyed it tremendously. 

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