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[ Reading ] ➻ Working Gods Mischief (Instrumentalities of the Night, #4) Author Glen Cook – Hakkas.us

Working Gods Mischief (Instrumentalities of the Night, #4) Arnhand, Castauriga, And Navaya Lost Their Kings The Grail Empire Lost Its Empress The Church Lost Its Patriarch, Though He Lives On As A Fugitive The Night Lost Kharoulke The Windwalker, An Emperor Amongst The Most Primal And Terrible Gods The Night Goes On, In Dread The World Goes On, In Dread The Ice Builds And Slides Southward.New Kings Come A New Empress Will Rule Another Rump Polishes The Patriarchal Throne.But There Is Something New Under The Sun The Oldest And Fiercest Of The Instrumentalities Has Been Destroyed By A Mortal There Is No New Windwalker, Nor Will There Ever Be.The World, Battered By Savage Change, Limps Toward Its Destiny And The Ice Is Coming Working God S Mischief Is The Savage, Astounding New Novel Of The Instrumentalities Of Night, By Glen Cook, A Modern Master Of Military Fantasy.

[ Reading ] ➻ Working Gods Mischief (Instrumentalities of the Night, #4)  Author Glen Cook – Hakkas.us
  • Hardcover
  • 432 pages
  • Working Gods Mischief (Instrumentalities of the Night, #4)
  • Glen Cook
  • English
  • 09 January 2018
  • 0765334208

    10 thoughts on “[ Reading ] ➻ Working Gods Mischief (Instrumentalities of the Night, #4) Author Glen Cook – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    This is what I d like to say to Glen Cook after I finished reading Working God s Mischief Yo Glen Any time you want to give us a clue on where you intend to go with your Instrumentalities of the Night series, go right ahead So, as you can see, a point I brought up in my review of the previous book in the series still goes unanswered and actually getspronounced there doesn t seem to be any direction to things Where is all of this going World Domination World Peace The End of th This is what I d like to say to Glen Cook after I finished reading Working God s Mischief Yo Glen Any time you want to give us a clue on where you intend to go with your Instrumentalities of the Night series, go right ahead So, as you can see, a point I brought up in my review of the previous book in the series still goes unanswered and actually getspronounced there doesn t seem to be any direction to things Where is all of this going World Domination World Peace The End of the Night Ascension for Piper Hecht I have no idea The first book in the series started out with a s...


  2. says:

    Unfortunately, I can no longer give an unbiased review of Glen Cook s work Quite simply put, there is nothing out there that scratches this itch I ve heard people recommend Steven Erikson or Joe Abercrombie both excellent writers whose work I enjoy , but there are fundamental stylistic differences that make Cook stand out alone Working God s Mischief fits right in with the rest of the Instrumentalities of Night books All the usual players are there It moves fast Empires rise and fall Unfortunately, I can no longer give an unbiased review of Glen Cook s work Quite simply put, there is nothing out there that scratches this itch I ve heard people recommend Steven Erikson or Joe Abercrombie both excellent writers whose work I enjoy , but there are fun...


  3. says:

    Working God s Mischief is Glen Cook s fourth installment in his THE INSTRUMENTALITIES OF THE NIGHTseries I had a mostly positive response to the opening novel, though it had its issues, but my pleasure waned somewhat through books two and three, leaving me to say at the end of my review of Surrender to the Will of Night that the ratio between frustration and reward was nearing the danger zone Unfortunately, Working God s Mischief did little to reverse that trend and in fact, for the first ti Working God s Mischief is Glen Cook s fourth installment in his THE INSTRUMENTALITIES OF THE NIGHTseries I had a mostly positive response to the opening novel, though it had its issues, but my pleasure waned somewhat through books two and three, leaving me to say at t...


  4. says:

    This is Glen Cook doing what he does best Dark Fantasy with complicated characters But withhumor than most of the GrimDarkers who call themselves his successors This is book FOUR And it most certainly is a series Which means if you haven t started The Instrumentalities of the Night from Book 1 Tyranny of the Night, you really, REALLY, need to For those not familiar with the series, here it goes Imagine an early Renaissance Mediterranean world with sorcery, the contest of pagan gods This is Glen Cook doing what he does best Dark Fantasy with complicated characters But withhumor than most of the GrimDarkers who call...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Ow, ow, ow Glen Cook is generally one of my favorite authors, but he has a characteristic flaw In most of a series he develops a strong military character, and in the last book he kind of drops him into a mess of personality issues, crappy romances, and pissing off all his friends That s this book The rest of the Instrumentalities series was quite good, but this one was about the worst quality per word ratio that I ve read in any Glen Cook book Spoilers Piper acquires a gaggle of outri...


  6. says:

    I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via a Goodreads Giveaway.It should be noted right off the bat that I read this book without reading the first three in the hopes that it would either a provide a brief summary of what has happened or b intrigue me enough to cause me to want to read the others I am disappointed to say that it did neither.I found it hard to identify with any of the characters The novel was very much plot driven rather than character driven with the majority of I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via a Goodreads Giveaway.It should be noted right off the bat that I read this book without reading the first three in the hopes that it would either a provide a brief summary of what has happened or b intrigue me enough to cause me to want to read the others I am disappointed to say that it did neither.I found it hard to identify with any of the characters The novel was very much plot driven rather than character driven with the majority of the characters being one dimensional There werea lot of characters, places, and objects which were not explained and which I can only presume to have originated in the previous books An index of sorts would have been helpful I also found the writing style to be irritating with s...


  7. says:

    It s been so long since I ve read the previous books, I m stuck re reading them to get to this latest addition Having read The Black Company so many years ago I haven t preconceived expectations as to what I want from Cook It s hard to top his best seller but I love his writing style and his grasp of warfare and the battle humor of soldiers It s obvious from the ending there will bebooks to this world At first it seems like a rip off of current affairs in the real world until Cook s a It s been so long since I ve read the previous books, I m stuck re reading them to get to this latest addition Having read The Black Company so many years ago I haven t preconceived expectations as to what I want from Cook It s hard to top ...


  8. says:

    Glad Tor picked this series up the third book left you with quite a cliff hanger and it would have sucked to not have known what happened That being said, this book plunges you right into the story where book 3 left off without any helpful back story for new readers, or anyone who read the last book ...


  9. says:

    Finally finished Working God s Mischief It picks up right after the cliff hanger of the last book, then meanders all over the map with Piper Hecht sleeping through part of the book I wonder when a character will realize that Piper keeps switching personalities because the god in the egg he was carrying out of the Realm of Gods slipped into him during a transition But he is having success in carrying out his mission of conquering the Holy Lands because of The Shining Ones he enlisted Part of Finally finished Working God s Mischief It picks up right after the cliff hanger of the last book, then meanders all over the map with Piper Hecht sleeping through part of the book I wonder when a character will realize that Piper keeps switching personalities because the god in the egg he was carrying out of the Realm of Gods slipped into him during a transition But he is having success in carrying out his mission of conquering the Holy Lan...


  10. says:

    This was such a weird book There was no conflict At all Piper Hect s journey in this book was like watching a Civilization match with godmode enabled Literally He was unchallenged constantly All of the good guys had everything they needed in order to accomplish their goals It was tremendously boring Piper himself became incredibly unlikable, and while I think that was the point he lost his shadow, etc , it grew irritating because his POV was, as usual, the only good one.The ending was This was such a weird book There was no conflict At all Piper Hect s journey in this book was like watching a Civilization match with godmode enabled Literally He was unchallenged constantly All of the good guys had everything they needed in order to accomplish their goals It was tremendously boring Piper himself became incredibly unlikable, and while I think that was the point he lost his shadow, etc , it grew irritating because his POV was, as usual, the only good one.The ending was great, but kno...

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