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SOME LAWS YOU BREAK SOME BREAK YOUAND THEN THERE’S CAINE’S LAW From the moment Caine first appeared in the pages of Heroes Die two things were clear First that Matthew Stover was one of the most gifted fantasy writers of his generation And second that Caine was a hero whose peers go by such names as Conan and Elric Like them Caine was something new a civil This latest novel that just came out a few years ago is still a high uality Caine adventure but there s a new twistHe s being ridden by a god He s still the badass that everyone fears and respects but he prefers to go by other names and live by his own slightly milder agenda He wants to be left alone He wants to not need to kill peopleOf course he has the gratitude of a god and near unlimited power to wield in the name of chaos and pure severing all of which he doesn t want so in all real effects this novel is the tale of a wandering reluctant cleric and NOT of the master assassin that just doesn t give a fuck about who he kills as long as he saves the ones he lovesDon t get me wrong This is also a novel of growing up even after you re past age 50 It also happens to be another of a great revenge novel a smite your ass novel and the trickling after effects of a GENOCIDE from the previous novelIt also happens to be full of fantastic revelations like the first two rife with not just fantasy and SF worlds but also a ton of time travel and that peculiar black oil that makes people s heads explode on command Gotta love that shit This old man still knows how to kill godsMy only complaint strangely enough is that I think I might have preferred to read a clever editing of both the 3rd and 4th novels combined as one That way we can have the full force of the great fighting scenes the rising tension and genocide right up against the wall of Caine s becoming Sure it would be one hell of a long novel but that s not too different from the first two and together 3 and 4 make an explosively awesome tale that yet again outdoes the predecessors in scale and implicationI love fulfilled expectations This is doing it Totally cool shitI won t lie and say it s the end all of all SF and Fantasy because it isn t But it is a relatively uiet exploration of good and evil forgiveness and permission the wounds that make up a person memory and justice It s still smart as hell and doesn t flinch at asking the really hard uestions It s not just good action and plot and characters It s philosophical in just the right tone as to not get pedanticOkay let s face it Caine can t get pedantic He d probably kill your ass before he finished trying to make his point I absolutely loved seeing the dragon fly over the studios Righteous Oh yeah and horse witchYeah I love her loads What a character she is What romance I kept thinking of the timey wimey stuff from Doctor Who and Dr River Song

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Ized man who embraced savagery an actor whose life was a lie a force of destruction so potent that even gods thought twice about crossing him Now Stover brings back his greatest creation for his most stunning performance yetCaine is washed up and hung out to dry a crippled husk kept isolated and restrained by the studio that exploited him Now they have dragged This is another book that just came too late for me I remember loving the first Caine duology and also the first half of the duology ending here but when I opened this one I realized that I kind of forgot most of what was about except in a vague sense I did a uick refresh and i realized that I simply cannot suspend disbelief any for the ultimate simplistic super hero taking revenge on an unjust society storyline which this series amounts too in the end yes the hero is complicated with dark impulses but when all is said and done there is very little depth and nuance anger violence in droves but I couldn t find the magic of a few years ago and I simply did not care about the hero the secondary characters or the the settingA four star for the first books but this one on its own would have been a two star book as I felt I wasted my time with it

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Him back for one last deal But Caine has other plans Those plans take him back to Overworld the alternate reality where gods are real and magic is the ultimate weapon There in a violent odyssey through time and space Caine will face the demons of his past find true love and just possibly destroy the universe Hey it’s a crappy job but somebody’s got to do it An excellent ending to the Caine series Caine s Law does what I ve come to expect from the Caine books a mixture of violent swordsorcery and overarching social commentary This book does reference the other books heavily and shifts location and time period with little warning being familiar with the previous books is absolutely necessary to understanding this latest book While this sort of skipping around can be aggravating and confusing it is used to good effect if you re already familiar with the Caine storyline and Stover knows how to gradually build understanding out of seemingly random piecesI hadn t read the first books very recently and spent about half of Caine s Law frustrated not sure if I was supposed to remember references or if they were new teasers I would absolutely recommend rereading the first books before tackling Caine s Law or be prepared for some confusion and frustration It still feels like a strong book and I was able to pick up the threads enough to enjoy it I intend to reread the entire series to better follow Caine s Law on re read


10 thoughts on “Caine's Law

  1. says:

    This latest novel that just came out a few years ago is still a high uality Caine adventure but there's a new twistHe's being ridden b

  2. says:

    Apotheosis also called divinization and deification is the glorification of a subject to divine level The term has meanings in theology where it refers to a belief and in art where it refers to a genre In theology apotheosis refers to the idea that an individual has been raised to godlike stature In art the term refers to the treatment of any

  3. says:

    I've rated this book lower than the other books in the series The reason is not that in it's way it's not as good but that simply as a

  4. says:

    I didn't understand half of what happened in this book and I'm not sure the half I did understand made any sense but fuck me like a goat if I didn't enjoy it anyway

  5. says:

    Matthew Stover has in this book repudiated everything that made the first three so kickass Before this book Caine was powerful than some less powerful than others and absolutely ruled when he was in his element But he spends this whole book staging a cosmic coup and putting together a kind of Ultimate Power Committee in order to overthrow essentially every power structure and god in both worlds and redeem Caine

  6. says:

    This is another book that just came too late for me; I remember loving the first Caine duology and also the first half of the duology

  7. says:

    Four and a half stars really I've been a fan of Matthew Stover for a very long time and have read all his books set in his own worlds and most of the ones from SW or other book franchises I loved Heroes Die and Blade of Tyshalle was slightly less enthralled with Caine Black Knife because that book felt like it was going fo

  8. says:

    As what will probably be the final book in the series what could easily have been a bittersweet book by any standards ends up being a surprisingly heartwarming affair Of course seeing as this is a book about Caine by Matthew Stover one must remember that everything is relative One of the most heartwarming and t

  9. says:

    An excellent ending to the Caine series Caine's Law does what I've come to expect from the Caine books a mixture of violent swordsorcery and overarching social commentary This book does reference the other books heavily and shifts location and time period with little warning being familiar with the previous books

  10. says:

    Normally I start reviews with a mini plot summary but I won't do that here because trying to condense Caine's Law down to a paragraph without indulging in major spoilers or causing my brain to leak out of my nose is simply impossibleWhat Caine's Law is however is the fourth and to date final book in the Acts of

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