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A Little Hatred (The Age of Madness) by Joe Abercrombie 30, Aug

Joe Abercrombie earned his literary crown with the First Law Trilogy and had a monument raised in his honour with the subsequent standalones: Best Served Cold, The Heroes and Red Country. With A Little Hatred, the first in his brand new trilogy, The Age of Madness, the author has reached legendary status. 

In the decades since defeating the Ghurkish Empire, the Union has given birth to the age of industry. A new era promises new beginnings and opportunities, but not for all. As the factory chimneys and furnaces belch riches, dissent permeates the slag. Revolution is coming. Meanwhile, up in the North, old wars continue to be waged by young warriors. A new age may be dawning, but the scars of the past are as prominent as ever. 

A Little Hatred (The Age of Madness #1) by Joe Abercrombie - Book Review 27, May

A Little Hatred is a character driven novel that continues the ongoing saga of the Union’s conflict with the untamed north. Many elements in the book will be familiar to readers who have enjoyed Abercombie’s other excellent works. The First Magi, Bayaz, is still pulling strings from the shadows, and the rest of the world is still dancing to the grim tune of war.

A Little Hatred (The Age of Madness #1) by Joe Abercrombie – Book Review 06, Mar

 Published by: Gollancz.
Genre: (Dark) Fantasy
Pages: 486
Format: Hardback
Purchased the Exclusive Edition from Waterstones.