Happy Friday! I found this book tag on done by Sam on Will Read For Booze and I just had to do it! I'm a huge fan of everything Brandon Sanderson. It was originally created by Shelby at Read and Find Out. 1. Elantris: Name a book where magic fails its people 2. Mistborn: Fave ragtag gang … Continue reading Cosmere Book Tag
Welcome to the next instalment in my book recommendations series! If you missed my previous post, non-fiction, mystery/thriller, romance, and science fiction recommendations, you can click the links to check them out. This week my recommendations are centred around fantasy novels! I tried to pick novels that are lesser known. Clicking on each cover bring to my full … Continue reading Fantasy Recommendations
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010. Best Books of 2017.... so far! The books I've chosen are books I've read in 2017, not necessarily books published in 2017. I also have a section on my blog on the main page you can click … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Best Books of 2017 … so far!
Publisher: Tor Books Genre: Fantasy, Mystery, Crime, Thriller Centuries after the Mistborn trilogy, Scadrial is on the verge of modernity - railroads, electric street lights, and skyscrapers. Waxillium Ladrian can Push on metals with his Allomancy and use Feruchemy to become lighter or heavier at will. After 20 years in the dusty Roughs, in the city … Continue reading Mistborn Era 2 – Brandon Sanderson
The Alloy of Law is a mystery crime thriller set in a fantasy world, making it very different from the original trilogy. So, if you're going into this book expecting something similar, then you'll be thoroughly disappointed. The Alloy of Law can be read without reading the original trilogy, according to Brandon Sanderson himself. Would … Continue reading The Alloy of Law (Mistborn #4) – Brandon Sanderson
Wow. What an incredible novel. Probably one of the best crafted stories/worlds I've ever read. Brandon Sanderson is an amazing writer. What makes The Final Empire such an incredible novel is the writing. It's accessible and doesn't feel dense like other fantasy novels. Sanderson's dialogue is believable and not over written. His ability to drop … Continue reading The Final Empire (Mistborn #1) – Brandon Sanderson