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A Little Hatred Summary Ö 100 ☆ ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ A Little Hatred By Joe Abercrombie ✩ – Gwairsoft.co.uk The chimneys of industry rise over Adua and the world seethes with new opportunities But old scores run deep as everOn the blood soaked borders of Angland Leo dan Brock struggles to win fame on the ba The chimneys of industThe chimneys of industry rise over Adua and the world seethes with new opportunities But old scores run deep as everOn the blood soaked borders of Angland Leo dan Brock struggles to win fame on the battlefield and defeat the marauding armies of Stour Nightfall He hopes for help from the crown But King Jezal's son the feckles. ARC provided by the publisher—Gollancz—in exchange for an honest reviewGrim dark fun and glorious; A Little Hatred is irrefutably worth the wait Let me begin by saying that although this is a new series in the First Law World and you can technically start your journey into this world here it’s uite mandatory to read at least The First Law trilogy in order to fully appreciate the intricacies of this book; even better if you’ve also read Best Served Cold and The Heroes Reading A Little Hatred without knowledge of the previous books would be a similar experience to reading Pierce Brown’s Iron Gold without reading his previous three books or reading Robin Hobb’s Tawny Man trilogy without reading Farseer trilogy first Do yourself a favor and make sure you read The First Law trilogy first before you start A Little Hatred I even binge reread the entire trilogy to make sure that I can start this book with refreshed information Make some time for it not only it’s a brilliant trilogy but you’ll also be doing a huge disservice to the book and most of all your reading experience if you don’t do it On to the actual review now “Nothing like being wanted is there Wanted by someone you want Always seems like magic that something can feel so good but cost nothing” Red Country was first published on October 2012; it’s been seven years since Abercrombie released a novel within his First Law World series A Little Hatred is the first book in The Age of Madness trilogy by Joe Abercrombie; chronologically this is the eight—seventh if you exclude Sharp Ends anthology—installment in his First Law World series Honestly A Little Hatred and Dark Age by Pierce Brown—which I’ll read after I post this review—are two of my most anticipated books of the year; to say that I’m excited about reading these books are a huge understatement It gladdens me wholeheartedly to say that A Little Hatred successfully exceeded my high expectations to say the least The story in A Little Hatred takes place roughly 30 years after the end of Last Argument of Kings that’s 15 years after the end of Red Country Many years have passed and with it the world has entered a new age the industrial revolution it’s a time of innovations progress technologies and commerce Despite the arrival of a new age fans of the series have nothing to be scared of everything that’s familiar and awesome about First Law World was evidently easy to find in this book Times have changed but money politics power and bloody war remained as the central driving themes of the story; told in his trademarked gritty at times humorous and dark storytelling style Abercrombie once again tells a compelling story that shows how good or bad are most of the times decided merely by different perspectives and which side you stand on “Believe it or not we all want what’s best The root o’ the world’s ills is that no one can agree on what it is” Abercrombie is pretty well known for his well realized and memorable characters there’s no shortage of them in the series so far Logen Ninefingers Sand dan Glokta Jezal dan Luthar Bayaz Collem West Nicomo Cosca Caul Shivers Dogman Black Dow The Feared Bremer dan Gorst and Monza Murcatto to name a few In A Little Hatred we follow the perspectives of a new cast of memorable characters One way or another almost all of the perspective characters were related to characters that have appeared before in the series Familiar faces and names do appear uite a lot; there are so much depth and complexity in the background of the characters and world building that’s impossible to appreciate if you jump into this immediately For example even after three decades have passed in the world the legend of the Bloody Nine’s glory still triumphed in the North; many warriors admire his deeds and try their best to follow his footsteps Also without entering spoiler territory for those of you who’ve read the first trilogy you should know by now who the main despicable villain of this series is He’s back again and rest assured he brings havoc treachery and maximum manipulations with his arrival “Now all a man’s worth is how much work can be sueezed from him We’re husks to be scraped out and tossed away We’re cogs in the big machine” The new cast of characters was fantastic to read In A Little Hatred we mostly follow the perspectives of seven characters Rikke Leo Savine Orso Vic Broad and Clover Every single POV was imbued with a distinctive voice that captivated me I honestly have a hard time deciding which new perspective I loved most within this book Almost halfway through the book I became addicted to reading every storyline and I think I have to settle with saying that I love reading every new perspective eually Each character’s internal struggles different motivations and their characterizations were extremely well written; seeing how their paths connect with one another was truly delightful She had long ago learned that at least half of everything is presentation Seem a victim soon become one Seem in charge people fall over themselves to obey Superbly written and incredibly vivid battle scenes are one of Abercrombie’s strongest strength as an author and A Little Hatred doesn’t disappoint The two big action seuences in A Little Hatred were simply jaw dropping Abercrombie used the same storytelling style he implemented previously in one or two chapters in Last Argument of Kings and The Heroes to create a chain of events with a seamless perspective’s transition that portrayed mayhem destruction and madness towards every participant in a conflict The poor tend to pay the biggest price of war and this was showed magnificently Say one thing for Abercrombie say he writes some of the best duel scenes in fantasy The monstrous rage the noise of clashing steels the crushing impacts and the bloody deathblows delivered; everything about the pulse pounding duel featured in A Little Hatred reached a super palpable uality that made my reading experience totally engaging and immersive “Why folk insisted on singing about great warriors all the time Rikke couldn’t have said Why not sing about really good fishermen or bakers or roofers or some other folk who actually left the world a better place rather than heaping up corpses and setting fire to things Was that behavior to encourage” I can vouch with temerity that Abercrombie has crafted another amazing book; expect great things from him and he shall deliver Fans of grimdark fantasy and The First Law trilogy will have an utterly terrific time reading this must read book I’m sure of it Abercrombie has created a ground breaking impact with The First Law trilogy; a lot of modern grimdark fantasy series have been inspired by it Based on the experience from the reading the first book of this trilogy alone I don’t think it’s a stretch to claim that The Age of Madness will strengthen that notion Fueled by furious action seuences profound passages compelling narratives and characters that get under your skin; A Little Hatred is a bloody brilliant and breathtaking book This absolutely stunning return to Abercrombie’s beloved First Law World once again established himself as the reigning lord of grimdark fantasy A new age for grimdark is here and it is called The Age of Madness Read itOfficial release date 17th September 2019You can pre order the book from UK | US | Book Depository Free shipping The uotes in this review were taken from an ARC and are subject to change upon publication You can find this and the rest of my reviews at Novel Notions

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A Little HatredS Prince Orso is a man who specializes in disappointmentsSavine A Little MOBI #234 dan Glokta socialite investor and daughter of the most feared man in the Union plans to claw her way to the top of the slag heap of society by any means necessary But the slums boil over with a rage that all the money in the world cannot contr. InstabilityJoe Abercrombie has written an outstanding earth shattering book A Little Hatred is the first book of his new trilogy The Age of Madness which is based in the world he created for The First Law trilogy The lands of The Union and its neighbouring empires reverberate with the past echoes of battles courageous exploits and heroic characters Characters such as Logan Ninefingers Dogman Black Dow The Feared Jezal dan Luther and Sand dan Glokta are still mentioned in revered tones and after 30 years some are still alive This is a novel that is structured along multiple threads and points of view which provide a wide variety of fascinating story arcs Abercrombie manages to create a new array of unforgettable characters who all eually contribute to an adventurous story He creates diverse complex characters where some you will favour but he doesn’t make it easy as each person conveys traits that portray what is good and bad in humanity what is virtuous and what is corruptThe Union has fought the toughest wars for years and it has cost a lot of money and even though there has been peace for a long time the debt of war is substantial In current times an industrial change is underway where machines have the capacity to outwork and outperform real people The nature of jobs will also change and we only have to reflect how our own industrial revolution affected the lives of so many With increased industrialisation comes the movement of people from rural areas to cities and for some comes increased wealth while for many others comes poverty hardship and resentment Something will give and society feels like a tinderbox waiting for the spark to ignite a revolution “ ‘Every man with a say in how he’s governed Every man with a vote’ ‘So no king’ ‘Every man’ll be a king’ Broad might’ve called it treason once but his patriotic feelings had taken uite the kicking the last couple of years Now it just sounded like daydreams” With the cost of industrialisation innovation and serious debt the Union is ill euipped to fight another war Please let there be another warTo add to the precarious position of the Union the North under the leadership of Stour Nightfall the Great Wolf have started attacking the northern border of Angland A border defended by Lady Finree and her son Leo the Young Lion who may have the courage but not the wit to battle the seasoned warrior Nightfall Other characters providing a uniue POV and storyline include Dogman’s daughter Rikke gifted with the Long Eye Savine dan Glokta the highly intelligent and ruthless daughter of the chief inuisitor and Prince Orso heir to the throne of The Union’s empire Broad Clover and Vic It was wonderful to read each enthralling and entertaining narrative with eual fascination There is no reason why this book can’t be read without any previous experience of Joe Abercrombie’s First Law world However knowing how he writes his trilogies you need to start this trilogy with this book Also if you have the chance of reading the First Law trilogy before this take the opportunity – not only will you adore it but you’ll meet wonderful characters that only get a mention in this book I would highly recommend this book and this fantasy world and characters Joe Abercrombie has created stand with the best ever imagined I'd like to thank Orion Publishing Group and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC version in return for an honest review