The book is full of evil beings, strange beings, war, senseless torture and killings, and the good people trying to make a difference. Needless to say, the book's plot could have been a ticket to Hack City, but it really isn't. It took me a little bit to understand the Allomancy, but it finally started to make sense and there is a little chart in the back of the book that helps out with that : Kelsier Kell is a Mistborn and getting an army together to try to take down the Lord Ruler who is the ultimate jerk!! The writing was easy to understand and the complex details and plot points Sanderson included throughout are all described enough so you will never be stuck on what is going on. We were able to bou Allomancy. Might as well use this talent for the cause of good, eh? He shall belong to none, not even himself.
His name shall be Discord, yet they shall love him for it. Er stürzt von einem Abenteuer in die nächste ungeheuerliche Geschichte, muss gegen Bestien, Mitschüler und Fabelwesen kämpfen. Things like only they can do. The narration is similarly plainspoken, with a fair amount of American slang thrown in, rather than the twee, faux-Elizabethan style of a lot of fantasy authors. He will have a favorable report from me on your operations here.
This is only my second book I have read of his and they both have blown me away. But you should know that these details alone are more than enough to make the book worth reading. Not every halfbreed life is snuffed out before it can begin. Yet the old magics of Allomancy and Feruchemy continue to play a role in this reborn world. In fact, I'm far more than just a 'mild' annoyance--people tell me I can be downright frustrating. The magic system is just so cool and original! Kramer does an excellent narration Eli L I really enjoyed this book.
I think my love of this set up really began with , which I read as a small child. Whatever, I like fiending and I'm keeping it! The narrator is very monotone, and mispronounces the names of many places and people. The entire trilogy consists of The Final Empire 2006 , The Well of Ascension 2007 , and The Hero of Ages 2008. If anything, Brandon Sanderson certainly knows how to write alarmingly cool books. Readers have been urging me for years to pick up anything by , and after browsing his books I knew that Mistborn would be the first world I wanted to enter.
I mean, I get it. After I finished this book, I went to YouTube to listen to a couple discussion groups, and they were all freaking out about Chapter 19 and Hoid's appearance. I'm just going to point out all the things that made this a great read for me - but I'm not going to go into too much detail. Yet there is a noble class of The Lord Ruler's flunkies who will need to be scammed and robbed along the way, to finance this big revolt. The wrong fit however, can suffocate. She will have to learn to trust, if Kel is to help her master powers of which she never dreamed. There was always another secret.
I think I still enjoyed Elantris more than this one shhhhh Well, for starters, this was the best prologue of any book I've ever read. To uploaders: You may not use this site to distribute any material when you do not have the legal rights to do so. Jay kay, peeps, jay kay. A humble, kind-hearted scholar and Keeper who catalogs vast amounts of information so it is not lost to future generations. You guys, these characters feel so real that its scary. Kelisar is a full Mistborn who takes under his wing Vin who he instantly recognises as a fellow Mistborn. In many fantasy stories, a dark lord is rising and it is up to our heroes to defeat him before that happens.
These skills come in very handy in starting a rebellion, and we find out that some mistborns are more powerful than others from their bloodline. Do you really expect me to read The Well of Ascension and The Hero of Ages after that ending? Like him, she's a half-Skaa orphan, but she's lived a much harsher life. I was there the whole time, rooting, cheering. It also allows them to push and pull certain metals, which means they can fire bullets with a thought. I'm really glad that I took the time to read my physical copy this time around I speed-read most of the book on audio the first time I read it because I feel like I grasped the story way better. For a thousand years the Skaa slaved in misery and lived in fear.
I hope I can do this book justice with my review. This book is mostly centered on two nonconventional heroes; the first being Kelsier, who is the hero every world needs. Wie nimmt man effizient ab? Some of the secondary characters surprised me with their role in the final part of the book. That was how he proved to the Lord Ruler and to himself that he wasn't beaten. The narrator was excellent and really exemplified the tone of the book.