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I finished it to the last page, mostly so I could review it like this.
Give me a medal, because I was very much tempted to drop it when within the first few pages, the protagonist manages to rape two women and murder a few others just 'cause. More on this later. Palahniuk pulls this shit too, but at least he does it well.
Lazy lazy lazy lazy lazy. It's like filming a trainwreck and p Cw: It's like filming a trainwreck and presenting it unedited because Oh man look at it! It's Art! It's Edgy! But it's honestly lazy and ineffective and there's just way better stuff out there than this. Let's start with the main character.
I am not protesting the use of rape as a plot device, however sickening I might find it personally. I am protesting the fact that rape, a special kind of evil, is downplayed to benefit the protagonist's standing among his men. This book starts out with the plundering and burning of some small town in the country. Jorg is seen giving several less-than-stable orders to his men about what exactly they can do about the absence of material wealth, and points them in the way of several farm girls.
Cue rape scene. The one star is not because of Lawrence's sheer honesty and brutality in portraying the total psychopath that people even as young as fourteen years old can become from a bad childhood. His honesty was But why is it that every white male author writes shit like this literally for the sake of being edgy and cool? This was senseless, baseless — there was simply no point. Why am I expected to be sympathetic to the main character when he pulls shit like this?
Which is total bullshit, of course You know what would be gritty historic realism? GoT has battles and armies marching all over the place. Or a village getting wiped out by cholera? Or typhus, polio or plague epidemics? And the same goes with rape, goddammit. Anyway, let's move on to the other characters. What other characters? Jorg IS the main character, but, I mean, seriously, it's almost as if the most important supporting characters around him were just plot devices in living flesh and bone and nothing more.
No development. Totally flat.
Existing to only complement the already-gritty-edgy-omgimsocool vibe of the main character. Don't they get any development? At all? We have her stand there as Jorg starts to strangle her near the end.
That's what you do to her. Here we have that recurring motif of violence against women, where every girl is either raped or beaten and don't exist in this insipid, too-edgy plot in their own right.
Thanks, Mr. In case you couldn't figure it out, I do not recommend this book. Apr 22, Terry Brooks rated it it was amazing. They are two of three, with the third not yet published. I have read the first and am halfway through the second. As a fantasy tale, Prince Jorg Ancraft's story is quite extraordinary. It begins when he is 13 and already a stone cold killer with a horrific past.
This is a dangerous and risky protagonist for any author to put forth, but Lawrence does it with verve and confidence.
It is like a train wreck from which you cannot look away. This is a story that you cannot put down. Every time I said to myself - and it was often - "Oh, he's not going to go there" or "he's not really going to do that," he did. A hard-edge tale of survival and conquest in a brutal medieval world well told and very compelling, it is different than anything I have ever read.
View all 3 comments. Aug 24, Peter rated it it was amazing. I decided to take the arc along with me to Worldcon in Reno, with the intention or reading it by the pool I am still not comfortable taking an expensive eReader poolside.
Boy, am I glad I did. Prince of Thorns had me by the balls in the first chapter. I found myself stealing time to read just a page here and a page there, and whenever a rare block of time opened, I commandeered it in the name of PoT. Read the whole book in less than a week. This used to be nothing, I would read two books a week in high school and college, but these days even a standard pp paperback can take me weeks to finish. Too much to do. There are no wasted words, each is beautifully chosen.
His world, too, is a wonderful blend of medieval and post-apocalyptic fantasy. After seeing mixed reviews and controversy, I expected PoT to be a lot more violent and disturbing than it actually was. I think my own books are fairly tame compared to what goes on in the really real world, and yet there are plenty of reviewers who would have you think they are one long rape scene. Fool me once, reviewers, shame on you.
But you may find yourself having a little sympathy as you get to know him. Blink, and you might even find yourself rooting for him to succeed. View all 12 comments. Grimdark fans. I have problems with almost every aspect of the book excluding the MC and prose. Every last one of them. Kill them all. Kill their mother, kill their brothers, kill their children, kill their dog.
Not to mention that all conflicts in this book seems too convenient for him to solve and the infamous enemies he faced more or less have an IQ so low to even be considered a worthy enemy. I find myself reading the book almost completely devoid of intensity excluding one or two scene.
Chibi Jorg by peastri Another great thing about the book is in its prose. You turn them over and over, until you know every touch and corner, but still you'll find an edge to cut you. I want the books I read to have other compelling characters rather than one only, the more the better. This is achievable despite the 1st person narrative, Kingkiller Chronicle for example, for a book solely focused on Kvothe, there are tons of other great characters endearing for the readers despite their brief appearances, Simon, Auri, Devi etc.
I really hope the sequels to this book to have more great side characters to care for. Interior Artwork from Broken Empire Omnibus edition by Jason Chan Despite the faults I have with the book, Jorg and the prose itself manage to pushed me to read the book in 2 days not something to be proud of though, the book is really short and from what I gathered so far, this book is more like a setup for the next two books.
Prince of Thorns is an okay read for me and I hope the rest of the trilogy could push the series towards greatness. View all 69 comments. Pretty much everyone in this book is a damn bastard! And a big thank you to Mark Lawrence, a cool as hell author who steered me away from things I wouldn't be able to handle. Authors like that rock in my world! Kudos Jorge and his crew are the people you love to hate. I know Jorg went through hell as a child well he's still a child to me at 14 But that doesn't mean you have to grow up being a dick.
Sure, kill all of the people that were involved in your family's killing but not innocence. And n Pretty much everyone in this book is a damn bastard! And no raping. I mean seeing all of that can scar a mind in ways we don't know for a young kid but damn people. Anyway, I snuck and read this from the library because it was one I didn't think I would be able to handle for a couple of years now.
I'm so glad I decided to read it! I plan on getting those pretty little grey copies of the trilogy and the prequel from BD at the end of the month. There will be a reread and more in depth review. I'm excited!
But I can't explain it Happy Reading! View all 34 comments. This is not a book for the faint-hearted or the easily offended. There is violence and a 14 years old prince with a total lack of conscience. Now, did you ever have a really bad day? Did someone ever belittle you and you had to hold your tongue? No morals or laws to contain you.
No conscience to keep you in check. Well, yesterd Disclaimer: Well, yesterday was such a day for me. A day when it was proven to me yet again that being a good, honest person let's other people think they can trample all over you. So I had a lot of anger in me with no satisfactory way to release the pressure. I have morals, a conscience, so what to do? And they get it. No pretty, fluffy stuff. Just an angry person who gets their way.
That's when Petrik , Haifoun and Nafeeza came in and all three of them recommended the same book: Prince of Thorns. And, guys, thank you! I loved it! Prince Jorg Ancrath was only 10 years old when his uncle had his mother and brother killed.
He expected his father, the king, to go to war, but it was all settled for a few coins and trade rights. That made the boy snap, free some prisoners and join a brotherhood of criminals and rapists.
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He soon became their leader. That brings us to the present , when Jorg is mostly a man at He kills and rapes. And he never forgot he's need for revenge. But guess what. His father remarried and his new queen is pregnant. And the king's personal Rasputin claims the future child will be a male. That prompts the king to find out if his first born is still alive or not.
What's more interesting is that Jorg decides to return to court where, bam! Of course his father is an idiot already under the creep's influence. And then Lord Ruler, I loved this book! It's exquisite for when you're angry. Because all you want is for Jorg to go berserk. No stupid YA bullshit. No fluffy romance to make the character want to better himself.
Just hate, anger and revenge. View all 38 comments. Jan 08, Michael rated it really liked it. I had heard so many good things about this book and although I'm not a fan of the gritty dark fantasy I think this was done exceeding well. Mark's prose is very well written and I found myself noting a number of particularly well done sentences, which is unusual for me to notice. From time to time, fans of my series ask me to do a prequel on my character Royce and how he was when in the Black Diamond Thieves Guild and before the calming influences of Gwen and Hadrian started to shape him.
From no I had heard so many good things about this book and although I'm not a fan of the gritty dark fantasy I think this was done exceeding well. From now on I will tell them if you want to see "that kind of book" they should look to Prince of Thorns. Mark does an exceptional job writing the anti-hero. He is in fact what I would imagine Royce would be like so there in reason to write such a book as it would pale in comparision.
I do have just a few little complaints authors never can read anything without analyzing a work. I had a bit of a problem with a fourteen-year-old boy accomplishing some of the things he does. Most women I know would be able to hold their own against someone this age so I had to suspend my belief with regard to his ability to rape. Also I don't think a band of surly men would really follow someone of Jorg's age. As the book progressed and it was determined to be a post-apocalyptic earth I found that a bit hard to wrap my head around.
All in all a quality book by a bold new author. I think this is an exceptional book which I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys dark and gritty fantasy.
I wish Mark well in his future endeavors and expect to see great things from him. View all 14 comments. Rereading Prince of Thorns after completing the series, I realize now how many details hint what will happen in Jorg's future, and this is brilliant. Indeed it gives the plot so much more depth!
I could say so many things about him without never shedding light on his personality. He is evil.
He is an asshole. He is complex. He has layers. See, I could say that "even thought I hated him, I loved the book, blablablablablabla.
The guy is a sick sociopath for crying out loud! Here's the story of a real villain, and you'll either hate or love it and I can understand both, really. I'm in the loving wagon. Join me? Original review: I'm going to tell it right away: I loved the guy.
That sick little Evil. Sue me. Of course all these words could define him but the only thing you need to know is that you're going to have to brace yourself because we have a real villain as a hero here. And damn, I loved that.
Since the murder of his mother and brother, Jorg's decided to run away from the castle where he'd been raised - yes, because he's a prince, duh - and started to Literally nothing. Are you scared of me? I am scared of me. It's the silence that scares me. It's the blank page on which I can write my own fears.
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The spirits of the dead have nothing on it. The dead one tried to show me hell, but it was a pale imitation of the horror I can paint on the darkness in a quiet moment. I'm a tad worried because I never could bring myself to hate him, even though each and every one of his actions, what am I saying, of his thoughts yelled HATE ME!!
But you know what? I can accept, even LOVE to follow a fucking twisted bastard if I'm not feeling urged to drool over him, like other male leads we meet in a lot of romance for example. There's no point in seeking redemption out for Jorg, there's none.
That makes this journey in his sick head all kind of fascinating. Of course I did. Now, I don't know if that's because I loved being in Jorg's head so much, but his inner monologues pleased me to no end and I was never bored.
I trade any of my YA female leads for Jorg's monologues on any day. Indeed the irreverent tone of his humor drew me in and it seemed that I never could get enough of it.
Even if the guy is always on the verge of stabbing someone. No one is perfect right? Let's do this.
Because from the first line to the last, I stayed wide-eyed and eager to learn more. One piece of advice: We're spared nothing , so before starting this book, keep in mind that you're going to be sick sometimes, shocked, uncomfortable - in a word, you'll have to grit your teeth several times.
You've been warned. Cowards understand fear and they can use it. Heroes on the other hand, they make terrible torturers. They don't see what motivates a normal man.
They misunderstand everything. They can't think of anything worse than besmirching your honour. A coward on the other hand ; he'll tie you to a chair and light a slow fire under you. I'm not a hero or a coward, but I work with what I've got. Yes, because you're all kind of unpredictable when your conscience never bothers you.
We might oppose that there's too much luck in it, and that would be true, there's no denying it. Plus the word-building is a little messy at times apparently, a medieval setting in an odd Europe after a near apocalypse, so in the future. What can I say? I don't care. I fucking loved this book. That's all. For more of my reviews, please visit: View all 49 comments.
Jun 06, C. This is a very stabby book of darkness. It's about 14yo Jorg who is A a bookworm, B a psychopath, and C a terrifyingly stabby kid with the emotional empathy of a plastic plate and who genuinely likes to kill things and is on a mission of revenge.
I mean, who even let me loose to read books about villains??? You know they're my weakness omg. Or anti-hero? Hello, I've read A Game of Thrones. This didn't feel as violent somehow? But the thing is: Like I hate what he does in the sense that he is an evil psychopathic mushroom. But he's a good villain.
Also the writing was freakishly fantastic. NO I do not handle that style. But Prince of Thorns mixed in sass and short punchy sentences and kept my little heart alive. It was morbidly funny at times. And Jorg's sass was on point. Like literally one point. So there's that. It has like dead people But they spend a whole heap of time in a chasm with necromancers and I just I feel like I'm missing something.View all 14 comments.
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Jorg is heartless the majority of the time but certain people for whatever reason he takes under his wing. Darkness of the Dark Ages: View all 34 comments. I took the blade from my wrist and tapped the point to my teeth.
It's about 14yo Jorg who is A a bookworm, B a psychopath, and C a terrifyingly stabby kid with the emotional empathy of a plastic plate and who genuinely likes to kill things and is on a mission of revenge. Of course his father is an idiot already under the creep's influence. Prince of Thorns is an okay read for me and I hope the rest of the trilogy could push the series towards greatness.
But it was confusing in that A I think it was set in our world???