The Wurms of Blearmouth: A Malazan Tale of Bauchelain and Korbal Broach (Malazan Book of the Fallen)

The Wurms of Blearmouth: A Malazan Tale of Bauchelain and Korbal Broach (Malazan Book of the Fallen)

Steven Erikson


A new novella from New York Times bestselling writer Steven Erikson, set on the earth of the Malazan e-book of the Fallen, The Wurms of Blearmouth.

Tyranny is available in many guises, and tyrants thrive in palaces and one-room hovels, in again alleys and playgrounds. Tyrants abound at the verges of civilization, the place disease frays the guideline of civil behavior and propriety surrenders to brutal imposition. thousands are made to kneel and but extra thousands die terrible deaths in a welter of pain and distress.

But go away all that at the back of and plunge into escapist delusion of the main beside the point type, and within the ragged wake of the story advised in Lees of Laughter's finish, these so much civil adventurers, Bauchelain and Korbal Broach, besides their definitely phlegmatic manservant, Emancipor Reese, make mild touchdown upon a calm seashore, underneath a old fashioned village on the foot of an imposing citadel. There they make acquaintance with the soft-hearted and beneficiant folks of Spendrugle, which lies on the mouth of the Blear River and falls lower than the benign rule of the Lord of Wurms in his wonderful preserve.

Make welcome, then, to Spendrugle's memorable citizens, together with the guy who must have stayed lifeless, the lady whose prayers should not were responded, the tax collector all people ignores, the ex-husband city militiaman who by no means married, the beachcomber who lives in his personal beard, the now singular lizard cat who was plural, and the lady who loves to pee on your lap. and naturally, soaring over all, the denizen of the fort hold, Lord―Ah, yet there lies this tale.

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