Review of Erikson’s The Devil Delivered and Other Tales

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As the name rather suggests, The Devil Delivered and Other Tales is a collection of stories, three in total and each of a length to suggest novelette status rather than short story. The three stories are quite different in setting and mood but contain several similarities with Erikson’s writings in general (I have reviewed much of his extensive oeuvre in the world of the Malazan in particular elsewhere on this site). The first similarity is the complexity of the action – the action may be asynschronous or polysynchronous in nature and the individual point of view may not be clear.

Read the full review here.

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