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The Crippled God. So far I'm more excited about it than I've been about any Erikson in a while. Legolas Send a noteboard - 01/09/2012 11:51:39 PM
Partially because in the final book of the series, Erikson evidently decided he could be a tad less secretive about what was going on than in all the others. Even if it feels like things are getting turned on their head a little, the bad guy suddenly seeming to be a good guy and all.

Oh, and also Der Steppenwolf, but I have to say Erikson's a lot more fun, so I keep reading that instead... I'll try to get back to it and finish it after I finish the Erikson, though, otherwise it'll turn into another one of those books that I start in and am still "reading" a year later.
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