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The Black Prism Gavin Guile Is The Prism, The Most Powerful Man In The World He Is High Priest And Emperor, A Man Whose Power, Wit, And Charm Are All That Preserves A Tenuous Peace But Prisms Never Last, And Guile Knows Exactly How Long He Has Left To Live Five Years To Achieve Five Impossible Goals But When Guile Discovers He Has A Son, Born In A Far Kingdom After The War That Put Him In Power, He Must Decide How Much He S Willing To Pay To Protect A Secret That Could Tear His World Apart

About the Author: Brent Weeks

In a small town Montana school at age 12, Brent Weeks met the two great loves of his life Edgar Allan Poe introduced him to the power of literature to transcend time and death and loneliness Fate introduced him to The Girl, Kristi Barnes He began his pursuit of each immediately.The novel was a failure The Girl shot him down.Since then skipping the boring parts Brent has written eight best selling novels with the Night Angel Trilogy and the Lightbringer Series, won several industry awards, and sold a few million books.Brent and his wife Kristi live in Oregon with their two daughters Yeah, he married The Girl.

10 thoughts on “The Black Prism

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    Update It s a bit sad but not really surprising that I have to defend my position after giving multiple examples especially after plenty of other people have come forward and agreed.I m not going to argue with people who haven t read the book seriously There s a huge difference between a sexist world character and a sexist author.An author is able to create a fantasy world with a different map, magic system, religion but can t help

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    4.5 5 starsAn incredibly original and entertaining start to a memorable high fantasy series The Black Prism, the first book in Lightbringer series by Brent Weeks, was one of my first forays into an adult high fantasy novel I can t honestly say that I ve been a devout follower of this series since its conception The Black Prism was first published in 2010 and I started this series almost exactly three years ago, all the way back in October 2016 it

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    You know you are reading a masterpiece when out of 95 chapters and 5 different POVs, not even one is slightly boring I have heard a lot of things about Brent Weeks second trilogy, and most of them have been proved true so far He has grown up as an author, improving not only his prose and narration but his imagination as wellYou might want to think twice before you try to use a man s conscience against him It may turn out he doesn t have one The Black Pris

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    This book is really tough for me to rate The story is a flintlock fantasy With some really brilliant ideas, a very interesting plot, cool magic system and great action So what s wrong with it You may ask, other than the fact that the narrator made the main character sound like a surfer dude.Well the problem with Brent Weeks writing is that you feel like you are being told a story by a very creative and imaginative 15 year old boy, with no real life experience and

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    Update 4 8 20 Yet another re read Yes Three times now Could I be a fanboy Possibly Maybe evenso after reading the fifth book recently Wanting to revisit the entire series from the start Yep And I LOVED it Again So many changes So many plot twists So MUCH To Love.Not to mention how beautiful all the visualizations are It s like this book was written just for me to see in my mind Update 10 15 17Re Read with buddies This is one of my favorite epic fantasy series ever and up

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    Let s be honest I ve been dreading reading this Why Because The Night Angel Trilogy ended up a broken promise Good beginning, steady decline in the quality of characterization and plotting, and, need I mention, a sexist hot mess At any rate, Weeks seems to have been going for something different here, or at least somethingdeveloped say perhaps, Epic and it works much better Except it s so damn conscious of being epic that I roll my eyes just looking at it that heft The matte bla

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    Let me write a short review here and then do a side note I loved the characters of Kip and Gavin and a few others I really want to continue on with their story and see where it goes Especially when I read the part about Gavin and his brother Uh, mind blown There was a part at the beginning of the book that just put me off and don t ask and I m just getting irritated with stuff like that Soooooo many of my friends love these books and some are just okay with them I do have the other curr

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    This is a book that I would highly recommend due to its commitment to the pace and knowledge of further books to come The Black Prism ends on a cliffhanger that sets up the next book quite well I definitely look forward to returning to the colorful so clever world that Brent Weeks has created The writing is good, the characters engaging and realistic, and the way magic is used is not only unique in its utilitarian application but also the variety of ways in which it is utilized.

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    Today we re going to talk about something that every reviewer lives at least once in its reading career, that I will call the Is It Too Early To Dnf Syndrome.That syndrome sucks big time 1 Your ereader is failing you, and doesn t count the percentages any don t get it back to the store yet You re only bored I know, it s tricky Sanderson s fans might not show this symptom though if you like long ass descriptions of how a magic system works, well lucky you, you may not meet boredom Today we re going to t

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