Memories of Ice: Book Three of The Malazan Book of the Fallen

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Tom Doherty Associates, Aug 1, 2006 - Fiction - 784 pages
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The ravaged continent of Genabackis has given birth to a terrifying new empire: the Pannion Domin. Like a tide of corrupted blood, it seethes across the land, devouring all. In its path stands an uneasy alliance: Onearm's army and Whiskeyjack's Bridgeburners alongside their enemies of old--the forces of the Warlord Caladan Brood, Anomander Rake and his Tiste Andii mages, and the Rhivi people of the plains.

But ancient undead clans are also gathering; the T'lan Imass have risen. For it would seem something altogether darker and more malign threatens this world. Rumors abound that the Crippled God is now unchained and intent on a terrible revenge.

Marking the return of many characters from Gardens of the Moon and introducing a host of remarkable new players, Memories of Ice is both a momentous new chapter in Steven Erikson's magnificent epic fantasy and a triumph of storytelling.


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User Review  - renbedell - LibraryThing

Fantastic continuation of the Malazan series. Starts off where Gardens of the Moon left off and seems to occur around the same time as Deadhouse Gates in a different part of the world. It was great to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gkarlives - LibraryThing

This is the third "Malazan Book of the Fallen" tale I have read and I am hooked. This is world building on a grand scale not only in terms of cultures but in terms of time scale. The tales take place ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
The Spark and the Ashes
17
Hearthstone
205
Capustan
399
Memories of Ice
673
Epilogue
909
Glossary
915
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STEVEN ERIKSON has worked for twenty years as an anthropologist and archaeologist. He is also a graduate of the Iowa Writer's Workshop.

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