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I could write a multi page review about everything I disliked about this book, but in short, the storytelling was lacking, the character growth was non-existent, the plot had glaring holes, and Mr.
Lawrence continued his trend of what I like to call: the superpower of the day solution to problems. Please allow me to explain.
In the first book and now the second, Mr. Lawrence writes our favorite sociopath into situations where no reasonable person can expect success.
Things look really grim for Jorg many times. However, whenever he needs it, Jorg miraculously discovers some new superpower magic, science, math, or whatever to save his ass.
To be specific, in Prince of Thorns , Jorg was given necromancer power that kept him alive when a normal man would have died.
Of course, the negative issues with those powers — as shown clearly by their affect on other characters in the novels — miraculously leave Jorg unaffected.
Who knows, because Mr. Lawrence never tells the reader either of those things. But I digress. Like I stated earlier, I felt this story had glaring holes in the plot.
They ranged from unexplained entities controlling everyone to Jorg traveling to seek a fire-mage for no apparent reason to the sheer unbelievability of the battle for Renar and finally the impossible ending.
Lawrence attempted to minimize these problems, glossed over them as much as possible, and his usual method appeared to be mayhem or gore whenever the story was not really working.
However, this time around all the blood and brains Mr. Because, unfortunately, too much of King of Thorns is isolated incidents of horrendous gore or ghostly undead or sociopathic musings without any of it coalescing into a coherent story.
Another major issue in this novel was the format, specifically the flashback chapters. And before anyone mentions it, I do not want to hear about Sageous, because he is only trotted out a couple times in the book and is basically a non-entity — except when Mr.
Lawrence wants to somehow blame him for every horrendous thing Jorg has ever done in his life. This one, minor character is not a reason for a flashback story.
Did I mention it is good to be Superman in a Superman comic? I realize most fantasy fans absolutely adore this book.
It is hailed as the best thing since sliced bread or the internet or whatever. But even in fanboy land, it is obvious that this novel does not rise to the shocking brilliance of Prince of Thorns , which — even with its obvious weaknesses — grabbed hold of your throat on the first page and pulled you through its gore coated world whether you wished to follow or not.
And, you know, maybe it was wrong of me to expect Mr. Though the sadistic torture of the innocent dog in this novel was a great try. Lawrence was providing us that.
Zero growth. Same old same old. And that stupendous post-apocalyptic setting that Mr. Lawrence teased us with in the first book.
Great idea. Very intriguing. Not developed at all in this novel. Quite frankly, this great post-apocalyptic setting is going to waste, used more as a grab bag for weapons for Jorg than anything else.
Jorg Ancrath is trying to reunite it as emperor? Perhaps some history about the last thousand years of human existence since the big apocalypse.
Are there no legends or stories about the last thousand years? Guess none of that is as important as watching a sociopath murder or maim someone else.
I realize that as I published this criticism of the beloved sociopath Jorg that I will have offended the pride many of you have in this character.
A time of negative comments might come. Bad times for me. The fanboy universe opens up and all the haters come out to get me. So, the time of haters can come.
It will be my time. If it — and my dislike of Jorg — offends you. Damn, I do love me some Jorg quotes though. View all 17 comments. As good as the first?
Not quite but I still really liked it. At times I found this bouncing back and forth confusing but I'm pretty sure it was only because of how slowly I was forced to read As good as the first?
I can't wait to pick up the next book in the series and read more. View all 8 comments. Apr 30, Petros Triantafyllou rated it it was amazing.
King of Thorns is the exception to the "rule". The one out of ten. I'd hardly be fifteen and rousting villages. By the time fifteen came around, I'd be King!
But, perhaps it was not meant to last King of Thorns has three different POV's. The first is featuring Jorg sometime in the past, trying to locate the origins of a mysterious box.
The third and final POV is featuring Jorg in the present, following his desperate efforts to defend his Kingdom from a massive army set to conquer the entire Broken Empire.
Moments and feelings, captured in amber, strung on filaments of reason. Chip away a memory at a time and you destroy him as surely as if you hammered nail after nail through his skull.
The pace is slow at first, offering an enjoyable and relaxing read, while building momentum for the finale. The world building is exceptional and ever-expanding, and the magic is beautifully structured and well balanced.
The rest of the characters are further developed, making the reader to identify with their feelings and actions. Finally, the excellent use of archetypes, didacticism and euphemism, as well as the philosophical and existential dilemmas raised by the author, are placing King of Thorns as one of the best fantasy fiction books of our time.
Jan 11, seak rated it really liked it Shelves: Mark Lawrence stormed onto the scene well, as much as you can in the publishing world last year with his debut, Prince of Thorns , book one in The Broken Empire.
This divisive book found a fan in me, despite this particular first person point of view that all notions of good and virtue tells you to hate. I found a lot of things that I liked about Jorg even though I didn't love everything about him.
Lawrence's captivating writing and smooth prose keep the pages flying and have not a little to do Mark Lawrence stormed onto the scene well, as much as you can in the publishing world last year with his debut, Prince of Thorns , book one in The Broken Empire.
Lawrence's captivating writing and smooth prose keep the pages flying and have not a little to do with making this work genius in its own ways.
King of Thorns is quite the experience to say the least. I like his whole, "I'm going to make this happen no matter the odds" philosophy, but at times he really is hard to read.
While his disposition on let's say kicking severed heads was enlightening, clever, and funny, it's also terribly creepy. And that's not the only one.
I've heard it compared to "staring at a fire," you just can't stop, but how much are you really enjoying it?
The more I think about it, the more this describes my reading experience. I don't really know how much I actually enjoyed the reading experience especially with the amount of cringe-worthy moments.
This being said, I am vastly impressed by Lawrence's talent to not only keep you reading despite these moments, but to keep you rooting for a character who can be so deplorable.
I say "can be" because he does have his moments of goodness, they're just peppered with moments that make you a little sick or shocked even.
Along with the character of Jorg, Lawrence employs a plot device throughout King of Thorns that I thought was incredibly interesting and worked extremely well.
The book takes place four years after Prince of Thorns and consists of the present day and then lengthy flashbacks to four years earlier, when Jorg was newly "crowned" king of Renar.
The present is actually his Wedding Day, but at the same time the Prince of Arrow has marched on the highlands of Renar with his countless soldiers.
By flashing between these two time frames, we begin to find out that Jorg has not only grown, but has had dealings with the Prince of Arrow in the past.
In the present, we see Jorg is going through some, let's call them mental experiences. He sees a dead child everywhere he goes, which is obviously a hallucination, and he holds some mysterious box.
The box is not only an interesting addition to the story, but works as an impressive plot device, but I'm wary of revealing too much.
Let's just say there is an addition means of keeping information from the reader. As well as using clever plot devices, I found Lawrence's human to be clever in the extreme, with little gems like this strewn throughout: "They call it a gate but it is a door, five yards high, three yards wide, black oak with iron banding, a smaller door set into the middle of it for when it is simply men seeking entrance rather than giants.
This is definitely the kind of humor I prefer and Mark has a subtlety that just worked for me. Lawrence has created a series that challenges your perceptions and manages to be compulsively readable.
The Broken Empire trilogy is an experience to say the least. I couldn't put it down and that's partly because I just couldn't look away.
King of Thorns takes the anti-hero to a whole new level, one who might even give Logan Ninefingers of Joe Abercrombie's First Law trilogy a run for his money.
View all 15 comments. Oct 04, Peter rated it it was amazing. With my reading time becoming increasingly precious, only the very best authors make it to my reading pile at all, and of those, I went with Lawrence to read after finally finishing edits to The Daylight War.
Lawrence's poetic prose is amazing, far and away the best of the modern fantasy authors. The prose can get a little hard to follow if you're sleepy or your brain is fried after a long day, but this is hardly a quibble.
First person narrative is arguably the most difficult POV style, and Lawr With my reading time becoming increasingly precious, only the very best authors make it to my reading pile at all, and of those, I went with Lawrence to read after finally finishing edits to The Daylight War.
First person narrative is arguably the most difficult POV style, and Lawrence pulls it off brilliantly, putting you in the mind of a thoroughly despicable character and somehow making you root for him to succeed.
The limited scope, however, forces Lawrence to jump around in time a bit and use some plot devices to feed information to the reader at an even pace that keeps ratcheting tension.
At times this can be a bit confusing, but for the most part the frustration only invests you further.
And let's face it, I can hardly point fingers at people who jump around in time to tell a story. As with many fantasy serie,s there is more magic in book two than the first, sometimes in ways that are convenient for the protagonist, though it is largely window dressing.
Almost everything that happens in the book plays second fiddle to Jorg's inner struggle as he attempts to find himself and unravel his own thoughts and desires from the influence of others.
This is the REAL story, and it is a very satisfying one. I had the pleasure of meeting Mark when I was in London last summer, and he is a great guy in real life in addition to being one of my top ten favorite authors.
We share publishers in the UK and thanks to the Penguin Random House merger, soon the US , and you can bet I will be pulling strings to get an early review copy of the third and final book in the series.
View all 4 comments. Apr 22, Terry Brooks rated it it was amazing. They are two of three, with the third not yet published. I have read the first and am halfway through the second.
As a fantasy tale, Prince Jorg Ancraft's story is quite extraordinary. It begins when he is 13 and already a stone cold killer with a horrific past.
This is a dangerous and risky protagonist for any author to put forth, but Lawrence does it with verve and confidence.
It is like a train wreck from which you cannot look away. This is a story that you cannot put down.
Every time I said to myself - and it was often - "Oh, he's not going to go there" or "he's not really going to do that," he did.
A hard-edge tale of survival and conquest in a brutal medieval world well told and very compelling, it is different than anything I have ever read.
View 2 comments. May 15, Markus rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , post-apocalyptic , Smoke shrouds the castle ruins behind him and the wind gives only glimpses of the corpse-choked gap between high and broken walls.
That same wind streams long dark hair across his shoulders, like a pennant, and flutters the remnants of his cloak.
To his left and right more riders emerge from the fog of war, warriors all, their armour dented, torn, smeared with soot and blood.
But the crown is a heavy weight to bear for the eighteen-year old king. His life at the Haunt is plagued by nightmares of the atrocities he has committed, he finds the diaries of Katherine of Scorron, the only woman he truly wants, and the raging pain of his dark past is almost overwhelming.
At the same time, young king Jorg faces his greatest adversary yet; Orrin, the Prince of Arrow, who has united six kingdoms beneath his dragon banner and who is preparing to make a bid for the throne of the Broken Empire itself Originally, I was going to give this book three stars, as it started out really slowly.
Jorg had apparently become full of doubt and regrets, and didn't seem like the brutal, care-free antihero of the first book.
The story also lacked a lot of the drive, and I began to think that the magic Mark Lawrence worked in Prince of Thorns was ebbing out of the story.
I'm happy to say I was wrong. The longer I got into the book, the better it turned out to be. The story was constantly improving, the supporting characters were way better than in the first book, and even though the story of King of Thorns is told in three different periods of time making parts of it a bit confusing , the narrative is still remarkably well written.
Then there is the ending, full of shocking twists and surprises, and the best part of the series so far. Ultimately, this is a solid sequel that truly lives up to the high standards set by Prince of Thorns , and skilfully sets the scene for the conclusion of the story.
It was sad, hilarious and gory at the same time. Granted, I thought this would be a boring middle book by the first pages. Oh Boi was I wrong. Jorg is the same bloody bastard he was in book one, I'd say he's even scarier at this point.
I'm truly terrified for book 3 and can't wait to finish the series. I'm so glad I gave it another chance, it's my favorite series now!
View all 6 comments. Jul 18, Craig Slater rated it really liked it. Hmm, What to say about this Author and this series, without spoiling any of the twists or surprises.
Book one, Prince of Thorns was one of the surprises of If you didn't get it on your to do list you should add it now.
I'll wait while you do. At it's essence, this series is a VERY dark and violent tale, told first person, from the point of view of Jorg the young and disturbed ringleader of a brutal band of wandering misfits Bro King of Thorns 2 Broken Empire by Mark Lawrence.
At it's essence, this series is a VERY dark and violent tale, told first person, from the point of view of Jorg the young and disturbed ringleader of a brutal band of wandering misfits Brothers , that, for want of a better description, go round raping and pillaging and murdering whomever they like, and unashamedly, loving every minute of it.
I did say it was dark. It's not grotesquely violent. It's not horror, but it does not 'Hollywoodize' the violence. Its real and raw. It's the Tarantino of Fantasy.
The violence is somewhat confronting because Jorg is so calm about it. It's not an angry reacting to an insult. It's not vicious self defence.
It is, in a way, the journey, both physical and mental, of Jorg, as he discovers where he came from and remembers what made him as he is.
It could be the journey of a boy becoming a man. A man learning to control the primitive angry beast that wriggles in the shadow of many of us. I do get a big kick out of black humour.
Mark Lawrence has a wonderful writing style, that suits this tale. The beauty stands-out all the clearer against the bleakness. The good in people stands out against all the bad that can happen.
Many good books have tested boundaries in the past. Maybe Jorg is just a broken, disturbed, detached young man. Lawrence makes you feel like a child discovering a frozen puddle on the way to school.
The pure pleasure of breaking something perfect. The natural joy of not being burdened by consequence. Either way. This is a great writer and an engrossing series with a difference, not just because of its dark moments, but because of its surprising twists and revelations.
This is a series well worth a look by fans of Fantasy, Science Fiction, Alternate History and Post Apocalyptic, or just damn good writing.
The most interesting thing I took away from this book was that I started to like Jorg, albeit just a bit , more.
He still does reprehensible things, don't get me wrong, but he's older and wiser and not so eager to jump in and kill people without asking questions first.
He strategizes a great deal more as well and really tries to think many steps ahead of his opponents.
Jorg actually seems to be bothered when certain people are hurt or die, instead of just forgetting them and moving on. He thinks The most interesting thing I took away from this book was that I started to like Jorg, albeit just a bit , more.
He thinks of others instead of just himself and his endgame. This book really showed a ton of growth and it felt wholly organic; it's sneaky how he makes you start to care for him.
I made an update about Jorg's child-bride and honestly, their whole relationship couldn't have gone a better way.
I'm really intrigued with Miana, the twelve-year-old with more brains than many of Jorg's older Brothers. There's no need to worry about her or how the marriage is handled because she can take care of herself.
Sort of related, throughout most of the book interspersed here and there are pages from Katherine's journals. It was nice to have a different point of view and see what was going on with her and her family while Jorg was out conquering.
Lots and lots of questions were answered, and this entry into the series felt a bit stuffed at times, though not to the point where I thought I was being info-dumped upon.
We learn a lot of new things and meet more people that join up with Jorg, but thankfully many of my favorites from the first book appear here as well.
I was kind of surprised by what happened to I want to say "villains" or "antagonists" but it's difficult when you've got Jorg as a main character It was weird but also kind of nice to not have a long drawn-out fight.
And this helps me segue into my next point For any gamers , I've been describing this series as Dragon Age: Inquisition if your companions were assholes tell me Sageous doesn't give you Corypheus feels with his need to mold the world to his liking, thinking he's above humanity , mixed with The Witcher 3 if Geralt was an asshole.
There are a few exceptions, but that's the gist of it. In The Witcher 3 there are many times you'll do some sort of sidequest and it'll seem like it matters but it just The people you meet aren't always important even though you just spent an hour or so with them.
The two brothers that face off with Jorg don't get their time to shine, not really, and that's what made this series really come alive for me.
Not every encounter or fight will end up being important or meaningful or splashy with sword fights to the death. Sometimes good people die and bad people win, but a lot of the time it's just not that black and white.
This series is dark and gritty but also one of the most unique fantasy worlds I've visited in a long time. If you got through Prince of Thorns , I suggest you keep going especially since it's only a trilogy!
My review of the first book, Prince of Thorns Side-note: I know the trolls were described one way, but because of The Witcher 3 again I have a difficult time not thinking of Trollolo or Wham-a-Wham or any of the other hilarious trolls you encounter.
View 1 comment. Nov 04, Will M. I don't want to be harsh and all, but all I can say of King of Thorns would be that it was fucking boring.
It's a shame compared to Prince of Thorns. The plot's utterly full of useless shit. This novel could've been way shorter.
It also has too much adjectives, and tends to describe things longer than it should. And where the fuck is the action? I really liked the first book because it was full of violence I don't want to be harsh and all, but all I can say of King of Thorns would be that it was fucking boring.
I really liked the first book because it was full of violence and character building. This is probably the most disappointing book I've read for There are some actions in the latter part, but they aren't as exciting as the ones in the first book.
The reason why I didn't give this the unforgiving one? Despite the terrible plot, he's still one of my favorite characters in the fantasy genre.
I might've been bored, but I still wanted to know what would happen to him. Katherine was equally as interesting as Jorg in this novel, but aside from the two, I have nothing good to say about this novel.
The two got me to continue reading, but the ending's just bad. I didn't like the dual timelines going on. He could've just written all the events of four years earlier and then introduced Wedding Day.
This is probably a personal preference of mine though. It's clearly opinionated but it really contributed to me disliking this novel by a great extent.
One more thing I fucking hated would be the word fecking. It's so fucking annoying. It's not something people would want to fucking use and hear.
Just stick with fucking cause you're fucking cursing anyway. A fucking child would know that fecking is just an alternative for fucking.
I just hate that fucking word so much. I'm aware that almost all of my friends liked this a lot, but it just wasn't for me.
I didn't like the story, and I'm not planning on reading the third book. It might be just me though, because I was really looking for great action.
Although I also can't blame myself, because the first novel was amazingly action-packed. I'm just terribly disappointed.
I wasted my time finishing this, because the ending was not even good. It was horrible. Boring to a great extent, and I don't think I'll be reading the sequel to this.
I just don't see any reason to do so, because I didn't like this book one bit. Season 4. Season 5. Season 6. Season 7. Season 8.
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