From the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of Words of Radiance coauthor of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series, and creator of the internationally bestselling Mistborn Trilogy, Brandon Sanderson presents the second book in the Reckoners series: Firefight, the sequel to the #1 bestseller... show more
From the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of Words of Radiance coauthor of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series, and creator of the internationally bestselling Mistborn Trilogy, Brandon Sanderson presents the second book in the Reckoners series: Firefight, the sequel to the #1 bestseller SteelheartThey told David it was impossible--that even the Reckoners had never k
Pages no: 420
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Post Apocalyptic
I love David's character growth in this YA Superpowered Dystopia. They told David it was impossible—that even the Reckoners had never killed a High Epic. Yet, Steelheart—invincible, immortal, unconquerable—is dead. And he died by David's hand. Eliminating Steelheart was supposed to make life mo...
Ever wonder what Waterworld would have been like with supervillains in it? Yeah, me neither.In the second instalment of The Reckoners, David Charleston has become Steelslayer: killer of Epics. Which means that Newcago, whilst freed from tyranny, has regular visits from Epics intent on killing Steels...
Another enjoyable read, didn't lead where I was expecting which was nice and I rather enjoyed our outcast crew member showing up again. Ended on a high note, very much looking forward to the next book.
Zauważyłem, że im lepsza książka, im więcej przyjemności z czytania mi daje, tym mniej mam o niej do napisania. Bo ta książka zawiera właściwie wszystko, czego oczekuję od tzw. "młodzieżówek". No i czyta się ją wyśmienicie. To tyle. Ech, może jednak parę zdań dam radę z siebie wydusić. Wiadomo, ...
This review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews Oh whoa....that was intense. Steelheart was an interesting ride from start to finish, but this was more...better. This has none of that middle book syndrome that happens so often. Sanderson doesn't just rest on his success of the fir...
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