Mistborn: The Final Empire
Publish date: July 25th 2006
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 541
Edition language: English
Series: Mistborn (#1)
Following on the heels of Sanderson’s successful launch into the YA market with the New York Times bestselling Rithmatist comes Mistborn, now repackaged for the teen audience Once, a hero rose to save the world. He failed. For a thousand years since, the world has been a wasteland of ash and mist ru...
Heist story that puts the epic in epic fantasy. Loved it!
For my rambles on Mistborn, go to Bridget's Book Ramblings (3.25/5 rounded up to 3.5/5 on here)
I debated between four and five stars, but decided on five because this book is so COOL. Intricate world-building. The main magical power system in the book is fully fleshed out. Furthermore, while it takes just a little while to get going, once it does, it just doesn't stop. There are so many wo...
The Final Empire follows a girl named Vin, an orphan street urchin who discovers she has the powers of a Mistborn, and Kelsier, a Mistborn half-skaa who wants to overthrow the Lord Ruler.I read this over the span of two days, faster than I usually do, probably because it's pretty fast-paced and it h...