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  • Hardcover
  • 781 pages
  • The Core (The Demon Cycle, #5)
  • Peter V. Brett
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0345531507

10 thoughts on “The Core (The Demon Cycle, #5)

  1. says:

    4.5 5 Stars ARC provided by the publisher Harper Voyager in exchange for an honest reviewA finale that goes beyond my expectations The Core is a marvelous conclusion to the long running Demon Cycle series that would make the Jongleurs sing praises.I binge read all Brett s work in the Demon Cycle series novels and novellas included within a month that s in totalor less ten years of his work and I can say with confidence that The Core is his best work, yes, evenspectacular than his de 4.5 5 Stars ARC provided by the publisher Harper Voyager in exchange for an honest reviewA finale that goes beyond my expectations The Core is a marvelous conclusion to the long running Demon Cycle series that would make the Jongleurs sing praises.I binge read all Brett s work in the Demon Cycle series novels and novellas included within a month that s in totalor less ten years of his work and I can say with confidence that The Core is his best work, yes, evenspectacular than his debut, The Warded Man.If you ve at least read The Desert Spear, you ll most likely know what s in store for you Sharak Ka the great war against the demonkind is finally here Brett has teased us with the existence of this war since the second book, and the fourth book in the series itself ca...


  2. says:

    I am utterly bewildered by the gushing four and five star reviews of this disappointing mess Not since QUEEN OF FIRE have I been so disappointed with the final book in a series.The sad thing is that Mr Brett is an awesome writer I loved most of this series and it has a lot to do with this man s way with words He s great but fuck this book.The sheer number of POVs widened so greatly by this installment that almost nothing happens for most of this book You have to keep goi...


  3. says:

    It has been a long journey to the core The Warded Man was already 2 years old when I read it back in 2010 while waiting for my first book to be published But these are fat, complicated books full of legions of characters, and engineering such wonders of many moving parts naturally takes time.Peter Brett is a fine writer He can paint a scene, bring a tear or a smile, fascinate with imagination, build worlds of believable complexity The De...


  4. says:

    The Warded Man Arlen Bales and the Shar Dama Ka Ahmann Jardir in their passion to rid the world of demons have unintentionally triggered a swarm which threatens to devour mankind All hope is not yet lost as Arlen has a plan to exterminate the Mother of Demons by going to the Core.Peter V Brett saved his best for last as The Core is an exceptional novel and ending to the Demon Cycle series All the characters from the series seem to have a part to play or a mention from Rusco Hog to Arlen s old The Warded Man Arlen Bales and the Shar Dama Ka Ahmann Jardir in their passion to rid the world of demons have unintentionally triggered a swarm which threatens to devour mankind All hope is not yet lost as Arlen has a plan to exterminate the Mother of Demons by going to the Core.Peter V Brett saved his best for last as The Core is an exceptional novel and ending to the Demon Cycle series All the characters from the series seem to have a part to play or a mention from Rusco ...


  5. says:

    While I have been honored with a review copy from the publisher, let me be very clear about something I practically demanded it I read the rest of the series at the beginning of the month and grew so hooked on it that I couldn t pause to read anything else And then, thanks to a friend, I pushed my luck and asked the publishers directly for a copy I admit that I was practically foaming at the mouth, too, and nothing much changed when I received my copy.So what is this A raving from a fanbo While I have been honored with a review copy from the publisher, let me be very clear about something I practically demanded it I read the rest of the series at the beginning of the month and grew so hooked on it that I couldn t pause to read anything else And then, thanks to a friend, I pushed my luck and asked the publishers directly for a copy I admit that I was practically foaming at the mouth, too, and nothing much changed when I received my copy.So what is this A raving from a fanboy Yup.But let me be also very clear about something else this book is amazing all on its own, or I should say, it caps the rest of the series like the Sp...


  6. says:

    Look at the awesome book the hardback under the dust jackt I love how it s fat jolly too They rocked this one Never mind that I have only read book one so far don t own the other books before this I wish I could get them all in a fat jolly hardback but it wasn t possible


  7. says:

    I felt like The Core was a decent conclusion to the Demon Cycle series even if it was probably the weakest of the full Demon Cycle books It was still an entertaining read The Demon Cycle series has a lot of flaws but the thing it really has going for it is that Brett is a fantastic storyteller It is easy to get caught up in the happenings even if those happenings are often as annoying as they are exciting This last instalment of the series saw Sharak Ka, the final war against demonkind, fina I felt ...


  8. says:

    Wow, just wow, this turned out way better than I expected, the last two books in the series were a disappointment, but this is not It surpassed my expectations and the Sharak Ka aka the demon war was perfectly depicted.The way the author portrayed all the battle scenes in all parts of Thesa was great It wasn t boring even though it took like 200 pages because all the different POVs of the characters made it fun to read even though I was at the edge of my seat all through.World building and Wri Wow, just wow, this turned out way better than I expected, the last two books in the series were a disappointment, but this is not It surpassed my expectations and the Sharak Ka aka the demon war was perfectly depicted.The way the author portrayed all the battle scenes in all parts of Thesa was great It wasn t boring even though it...


  9. says:

    A truly satisfying conclusion to one of the series that kept me interested in reading fantasy books after discoveringA Song of Ice and Fireseries and fearing how I will not find anything remotely as good as thatAh, summer child, you knew nothingNow, I m not saying this is as good asG.R.R Martin sseries, no But now, after couple of years reading books in this genre out of which many aren t even close to these ones I realize how it did served to show me what author is capable of A truly satisfying conclusion to one of the series that kept me interested in reading fantasy books after discoveringA Song of Ice and Fireseries and fearing how I will not find anything remotely as good as thatAh, summer child, you knew nothingNow, I m not saying this is as good asG.R.R Martin sseries, no But now, after couple of years reading books in this genre out of which many aren t even close to these ones I realize how it did served to show me what author is capable of, how imaginati...


  10. says:

    I can t believe the Demon Cycle is over I started this book in high school when my best friend told me the main character reminded him of me And here we are, years late and its over Before I get into the meat of the review, be warnedhere there be spoilers Now as with many amazing books, I needed time to process and that time, coupled with my shitty memory means that I ve forgotten a lot of the finer points That s why we re read folks.So this is going to be less of a sentence by sentence I can t believe the Demon Cycle is over I started this book in high school when my best friend told me the main character reminded him of me And here we are, years late and its over Before I get into the meat of the review, be warnedhere there be spoilers Now as with many amazing books, I needed time to process and that time, coupled with my shitty memory means that I ve forgotten a lot of the finer points That s why we re read folks.So this is going to be less of a se...


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About the Author: Peter V. Brett

Peter V Brett is the internationally bestselling author of the Demon Cycle series, which has sold over two million copies in 25 languages worldwide Novels include The Warded Man, The Desert Spear, The Daylight War, The Skull Throne, and The Core Other works include the Red Sonja Unchained graphic novel and the Demon Cycle novellas The Great Bazaar, Brayan s Gold, Messenger s Legacy, and Barren Peter V Brett is the internationally bestselling author of the Demon Cycle series, which has sold over two million copies in 25 languages worldwide Novels include The Warded Man, The Desert Spear, The Daylight War, The Skull Throne, and The Core Other works include the Red Sonja Unchained graphic novel and the Demon Cycle novellas The Great Bazaar, Brayan s Gold, Messenger s Legacy, and Barren He lives in New York City www.petervbrett.comTwitter www.twitter.com PVBrettInstagram Facebook