The Black Prism - Brent Weeks

The Black Prism

By Brent Weeks

  • Release Date: 2010-08-25
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4.5
From 928 Ratings

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THE BLACK PRISM begins a brand new action-packed tale of magic and adventure ...

Guile is the Prism, the most powerful man in the world. He is high priest and emperor, a man whose power, wit, and charm are all that preserves a tenuous peace. Yet Prisms never last, and Guile knows exactly how long he has left to live.

When Guile discovers he has a son, born in a far kingdom after the war that put him in power, he must decide how much he's willing to pay to protect a secret that could tear his world apart.


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    By Beautyguru1
  • 10/10 Would Recommend!

    By VPtts
    This is possibly the best fantasy series I've read (and I'm on a bit of a fantasy kick, so there have been quite a lot). I've read all four available books so far and this series is absolutely mind blowing. The first book was a little slow at first because there are so many characters and there is so much background to be covered, but once it kicks into high gear there are twists and turns throughout the entire series. The world gets bigger with each book and it expands into this beautiful story that covers many aspects of life in the real world (religion, politics, morality and love for example). It's not what I expected, but definitely in a good way. Truly, if you're looking for a good series to get started on, don't hesitate!
  • Amazing.

    By Cloud Leonheart
    This book is absolutely amazing. A page-turner from start to finish, with complex story lines and huge reveals every other page, you will not sleep when hooked onto this book. I, myself, just finished this book at 1:30 a.m. Last night, and my prom is today and I'm absolutely exhausted. SO WORTH IT.
  • Black Prism

    By UncleKenny
    Wow, enthralling, sweeping epic. Engrossing characters you need to follow. Brent Weeks has written a fun book that you don't want to end. Thank goodness he's written a sequel. Any fantasy lover will love this world. And we've only just begun to learn about it. I want more.... You've got to read this .... come on, it's got a maaa..p
  • Read it.

    By deValangin
    I will be buying the hardcover to add to my apocalypse collection.
  • Buy this book!

    By DDrew56936
    I discovered Brent Weeks about 6 months ago and blew through The Night Angel Trilogy. Best new series I've read in years. The Black Prism took in to another level. I couldn't put this book down. Memorable and engaging characters, with real world fears and flaws. I'd recommend this book to anyone. If your teetering on the edge of a decision, buy it!!! You wont regret it.
  • Disappointed

    By buckeee
    Really kind of a mess. Has some good ideas in parts but doesn't work as a whole. Cliched characters I can live with, but it just wasn't a fun read.
  • Another great work of fiction from Brent Weeks

    By Jet Lee
    If you have read The Night Angel Trilogy, you will not want to miss this new book. If you haven't then you ought to read them, and then read this book too. Brent Week is definitely proving that he is a great writer with vivid imagination and original ideas and can put them into words that will captivate you and transport you into this new world he has created in your mind. Definitely recommended reading for any fantasy fans. And if you are not a fantasy reader, maybe this book will start you on an exciting journey you will not regret.
  • Read this book!!!

    By Doc Hendo
    Amazing book. Really liked the night angel trilogy and this is on par. Couldn't stop reading once I started. Had to force myself to turn it off so I could sleep, work, eat, etc.
  • Unique and interesting

    By NeonNinja
    It's hard to put a finger on what makes Brent Weeks' writing so hard to put down. One thing I can say for sure is that there are plenty of unique ideas. Moreover, here is an author unafraid to break the norm and reverse stereotypes. I have to say that I did see all the twists coming, but it was a good "hah, I guessed right" sort of feeling.