I noted a few difference. Hard to put my thumb on exactly what they were. I felt that the prose was more archaic. I think it stems from the dialogue itself. As to the "lean" writing style, yes, he seems to be less focused on description and more on the exchange between characters.
Steer, I just started reading Forge of Darkness and I came across the scene that contains your quote. I put of reading Steven Erikson for the exact feeling I had after completing that scene. A mix of wonder, apprehension and envy. The guy is a genius and he seems to break all the rules that are often espoused here.
Just found out about this band, thought you might like them
It wont let me post the link so,
Kråke - And A Colder Breed
Dark lord kitty!
Congrats on making Dark Lord!
(I'm not entirely sure if a smiley face is appropriate with regards to your new title, but oh well...)
Welcome to the Warhammer 40K group!
Thanks! Whassup wit' you?
Thanks, my friend. I will be safe...the same goes for you!
When you have time, check this out
Super Office Space - YouTube
Apparently I can't send more than 6 PM's per hour..so have a great evening! talk to you soon!
Updated 10-31-12 at 4:07 PM by Steerpike
My daughter on Halloween a few years back. First Halloween with a "scary" costume. I did her makeup
Mock up of a cover design I made using an picture of my daughter. Done with GIMP.