Creative! Fun! Funny!
The advancement of Allomancy and Feruchemy from the original series.
Wayne. Absolutely wonderful!!!!
Not particularly but the book overall was wonderful and I got great enjoyment and fulfillment from the story.
Forced characterizations, contrived humor, annoyingly frequent use of silly made up expletives. To make things worse, Michael Kramer's accents for the members of the nobility were simply terrible.
the performance was good. the story was fine. I would have given it a solid four stars except two things. compared to the other books in the series it was awfully short. it also took quite a bit to familiarize myself with the new seeing (same setting but in the future). probably was done as good as possible, but it nevertheless detracted from the tale. I'm sure the next book will not suffer from this.
loved and enjoyed book just like I did with the Mistborn. the ability of Sanderson you move in time and keep the essence of the Mistborn is simply a stroke of genius ....Respect
it's a bit of a faster rhythm but I thought it's OK considering that it's a "solo" finisher... which may not be the case.
Amazingly difficult and well executed vocal performance.
The story is fast pace engaging. I love the western setting and the characters. Definitely continue past the first three into this set as they interact in cool ways!
a steampunk novel with the same flare that made the original trilogy so great. And with the alsame reader returning, a great listen
I read the original Mistborn trilogy more than a year ago, and tried to start this just after. I felt too connected to the last events and decided to give the world space as I read through more of Sanderson's works. This time, I was able to listen with an open mind, and I loved this book. The small references to beloved characters from the previous series was beautiful, but the new characters have just as much vibrance as any Sanderson writes. This book did feel short, but it felt complete as well.