House of Chains: They just keep getting better

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For those of you who have made it this far, you can’t turn back now. The story grows more complex and tragic from here on out, but it is some of the best fantasy that I have ever read.

The characters are interesting and much of what goes on is just fun to read about. If you are struggling to keep up with who everyone is and what they are about, then you are normal, but isn’t it so interesting?

The Malazan books are definitely in my top 5 series.

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JOHN HULET (on FanLit's staff July 2007 -- March 2015) is a member of the Utah Army National Guard. John’s experiences have often left a great void that has been filled by countless hours spent between the pages of a book lost in the words and images of the authors he admires. During a 12 month tour of Iraq, he spent well over $1000 on books and found sanity in the process. John lives in Utah and works slavishly to prepare soldiers to serve their country with the honor and distinction that Sturm Brightblade or Arithon s’Ffalenn would be proud of. John retired from FanLit in March 2015 after being with us for nearly 8 years.

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