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☆ Read ✓ The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks × How can people rate a book that has yet to be written Honestly how am I supposed to wait a whole year for this book to come out I just spent all of this past year waiting for Blinding Knife to come out You know Brent weeks has to be a great author for everyone to be desperate to get his books.
AFTER TWO YEARS OF WAITING I HAVE FINALLY read IT It did take awhile for me to really get into this book but I did around page 200 However that may be because it has been a really long time since I have read the last book and may have forgotten some of the minor plot details.
All in all I loved this book and think it is probably the best Lightbringer book yet My only disappointment is that Gavin wasn t in it as much as I wanted Kip on the other hand was awesome throughout the whole book I even liked Andross better If you Like Brent Weeks you do not want to miss his latest and possibly best book.
As The Old Gods Awaken, The Chromeria Is In A Race To Find Its Lost Prism, The Only Man Who May Be Able To Stop Catastrophe, Gavin Guile But Gavin S Enslaved On A Galley, And When He Finally Escapes, He Finds Himself In Less Than Friendly Hands Without The Ability To Draft Which Has Defined HimMeanwhile, The Color Prince S Army Continues Its Inexorable Advance, Having Swallowed Two Of The Seven Satrapies, They Now Invade The Blood Forest Andross Guile, Thinking His Son Gavin Lost, Tasks His Two Grandsons With Stopping The Advance Kip And His Psychopathic Half Brother Zymun Will Compete For The Ultimate Prize Who Will Become The Next Prism The meticulously crafted world of Weeks is expanding, opening up and it feels like it s been energized in The Broken Eye The solid and original but sometimes obvious magic system shows no limit It s now simply in the details, in the doctrine of the Chromaturgy and the way it s been twisted that the magic of the author s intricate creation really shine.
Well at this point I must admit that I think Brent Weeks should have stuck to making this a trilogy I loved the first book and enjoyed the second even but this one was only average There was far too much padding and even the action scenes went on and on until they became tedious.
Just a few moments ago I looked at the blurb for book 4 and discover that Gavin spends most or even all of the next book in yet another prison situation Come on Mr Weeks here you have one of the best book heroes ever invented and you are wasting him I think I am the lone voice in the wilderness here though Everyone else seems to love the book so if you are thinking of reading it please take no notice of me I now have to decide whether I can stomach reading about Gavin in prison Yep I might have to re read the previous two books to try to remember what happened on them I should have waited for the series to finish first but Nooooo I could not help reading of Brent Weeks books after the Night Angel series In this life, we are not garments which may be washed and worn again, Karris We are candles, giving light and heat until we are consumedI can t believe this, after all my fears this is my favourite in the series Somehow the author made my worst plot twist my favourite in the series I barely even notice that Gavin is in captivity The book changed course, now Kip is the main character, he has POV than even Gavin Karris, Teia, Zymum, Liv and Ironfist still has POV though But the last three POV was just a few chapterFreedom doesn t mean a lack of responsibilities It means a choice between themThere is still a great plot, religion, feminist, cool fight scenes that I so want to learn and a magic system that I envy.
CharactersKip is amazing, Kip is now turning into a great young man Even though he is surrounded by haters, like literally He is still a good pee Another fun read with likeable characters, interesting plot and a really unique and well developed world This one wasn t quite as good as the last one mostly due to the fact that the plot meandered a bit in comparison but it was still really enjoyable and I m really excited for the final installment Gavin s sections in this one were probably the weak link The hero suffering in captivity plot line is one that I often find to be pretty dull and it took up pretty much all of Gavin s arc in this one The upsides were some cool backstory in his flashbacks, his dealings with Eiren Malargos which were incidentally some of the best written scenes in the entire book Eirene was a great secondary character who was convincingly written as a good woman who was pushed to some extreme and immor

The Broken Eye, the third book to the Lightbringer series, read and shelved First things first, it will be really hard to review this book without spoiling anything from the story but I ll do my best, I ll also put spoilers tag when it s necessary I ll keep this review as simple and effective as possible and by effective I mean I hope my review could get you I m talking to you, the one marking this as TBR right now and scrolling down the reviews to start reading this series soon.
Simple review This is my reaction reading this book, especially after the last pages of the book.
If that whoa still didn t convince you, here s my detailed review.
As my previous review of The Blinding Knife, it would be much better for me to focus my review based on each character POV s but before I get started on it, let me say that this book s plot and its world expansion is huge The The Broken Eye is an excellent continuation of a wonderful series, fully worthing your attentionDon t judge a man by what he says his ideals are, judge him by what he does Look at what the Color Prince has done They re wrong, Teia They re liars and murderers It doesn t mean everything we do is right It doesn t mean our house doesn t need a thorough cleaning I just don t think we need to burn it to the ground to do it The characters are better developed than in the previous installment, and importantly, the secondary POVs are interesting again Gavin Kip had the best chapters, but I was also looking forward to Teia s Karris chapters as well I won t deluge in the magic character world building since I have done so in the reviews of the previous 2 installments and nothing changed, but I will mention that the tension was keep building, and unexpect

Brent Weeks was born and raised in Montana After getting his paper keys from Hillsdale College, Brent had brief stints walking the earth like Caine from Kung Fu, tending bar, and corrupting the youth Not at the same time He started writing on bar napkins, then on lesson plans, then full time Eventually, someone paid him for it Brent lives in Oregon with his wife, Kristi He doesn t own cats