Performance was great! The book was exciting and had some great twists. The mix of powers and industrialization makes for an intriguing story. Sanderson always leaves more to think about at the end of the Mistborn books. Can't wait to download the next in the series!
I became a fan of Brandon Sanderson when he helped wrap up The Wheel of Time series. Since then I have gobbled up everything he writes and I'm always pleased. Series does not disappoint. The performer is the same as the Wheel of Time series as well as Sanderson's phenomenal Way of Kings. He's the best of the best.
I've been a die hard for Brandon Sanderson since my brother introduced me to the first of the Mistborn series, The Final Empire. This continuance of the series, although rather short compared to many of his novels, does lack any of the content, build up or character development.
The detail Brandon provides to his characters, such as Wayne's fascination with people (especially their accents), is something I always look forward to in every one of his books.
Can't wait to read the next one!
This isn't one of his superior books that makes you change your rating system, but it was very enjoyable.
I really like the reader, he's done quite a few novels, and always is a pleasure.
Other Reviews claimed/complained it to be too short of a book. Actually found it to be very entertaining in the authors style, but an appetizer and transition of taking the mistborn story into the future. Looking forward to reading/listening to the next book of the series.
Educator of Young Children. Enjoy non-fiction and research based books on child development, developmental psychology.
I have fallen in love with "The Mistborn" series. Each book builds momentum keeping you engaged. Sanderson is such a gifted author. His characters have distinct personalities, all individualized; yet, the underlying theme remains constant. Michael Kramer's talent as a reader creates a visually artistic imagery that sweeps you into the world of "Mistborns"!! it is adventurous and action packed. A must read; but start with the first book...you will not regret the choice.