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Guillermo del Toro’s At The Mountains Of Mad

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Well there is that. But to me it's the fact his endings (or at least the ones I've read) are the worst I've read and make you wonder what was the actual point in reading the story. The Seven geases being the best example of this. I think I did throw the book in a fit of rage and scream "GRUAAAAAAAAAAGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!" . Treader of the Dust was exactly the same... all this suspence building up and then... "???" and that was it. Perhaps I should read more of his stuff and give him a proper chance though.

Oh yes, I forgot, that there is no true resolution to CAS stories along with his purple prose. I definitely plan to read more of CAS just not anytime in the near future.

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WOW those are interesting

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