This book was incredibly engaging from the very beginning. I loved reading every bit of it and it made my commute to work actually enjoyable. The storyline was well written and it was always hard to put it down. The characters had a lot of depth and were a lot of fun. The narrator is also very good. He is very articulate and has a different voice for each and every character, so it makes it more fun to listen to. A very very enjoyable read! On to the next book in the series!
I loved this book and I am now officially a Brandon Sanderson fan! I'm almost done
reading book 2 and I can't wait to see what the final book in the series holds
Never read the print. :(
Oh let's see. Oh yeah, there was that one part where you started to listen to the point where the book was done. That was a pretty memorable moment. ;)
Well that would just give away more than I'd like to say! (READ/LISTEN TO IT!!)
A bit. I still don't like how this question is worded with "extreme reaction". Why would it be considered "extreme" if i felt like crying during any book?
I can't wait to get the next in the series!! :D
After reading all of the normal (Mage, wizard, elf, warrior, dwarf,etc....) epics it was great to experience a new mysticism. With base principles of equality, friendship, and trust as key aspects of the writing it was a great read.
It didn't have a giant immature love story and someone you really like dies. Both things you need in a good book.
"Language is a virus from outer space" William S. Burroughs
Fist book in the Mistborn series was a solid endeavor. I will reserve complete judgement until I have completed the series because it is meant read as a whole. The Final Empire didn't reach the exceptional writing and story telling that The Stormlight Archive has, but was by no means a sub par fantasy novel. I'm very much looking forward to the next book in the series and hope each book ups the notch in character and world building. Most people who enjoy a good fantasy tale will find this book rewarding. Brandon Sanderson is quite the prolific talent. G.R.R.M. Could learn a few things about staying on task from Mr. Sanderson.