Mistborn Trilogy (Mistborn, #1-3)
Publish date: February 1st 2011
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 307
Edition language: English
Series: Mistborn (#1)
I love series box sets. When I've finished one book, I can just plunge ahead into the next one.At Kevin's Watch, when we talk about the fantasy authors we like besides Stephen R. Donaldson, Brandon Sanderson's name always comes up, along with Steven Erikson, Robert Jordan (but only the first few Whe...
I know that my review might be seen as blasphemous and that I will probably be flogged by many for not only giving this trilogy 2 stars but not finishing it altogether. I'm not sure if I set the bar too high due to the voluminous accolades it continues to receive or whether it was due to the fact th...
First book: 5 StarsSecond book: 4 StarsThird book: 3 StarsTherefore Trilogy: (5 + 4 + 3)/3 = 4 StarsSimple, really.
I finished Mistborn yesterday. The only coherent thought I could find to express the way I felt was this:Whoa.Now that I’ve slept and had time to digest, I’ve been able to come up with a bit more by way of commentary.First, there is one BIG thing I need to get off my chest. WHAT THE HECK KIND OF B...
I finished this at 2am this morning and it took me a long time to sleep afterwards, specifically because of the ending.The story certainly went where I never expected it to at the beginning of the first book, but it was worth the journey. Sanderson showed that he is capable of weaving hints and piec...
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