I’d still call this “light” Sanderson, and for that matter “light” Mistborn, if compared to the original trilogy. There’s very little worldbuilding and it even misses that focus on the magic system found in The Alloy of Law, adding little and no longer going into details. In addition, Wax goes from the most developed and […]
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It again feels rather like cheating to count this as a book I read, being so short, but more important is the fact that it’s not meant to be read on its own. It’s written in an odd style, intentionally confusing, hard to follow, lacking background information and constantly broken up by all those notes […]
The handwriting on the illustrations in the mass market paperback edition is still hard to read, and page margins also sometimes make it hard to see the beginning or end of lines. And, while Shallan’s sections still shine, the book’s first part includes more of what I call human filth and is rather dull despite […]
Received this booklet after volunteering for something, even if there was some confusion and I arrived when the work was nearly done. It’s a selection from the Moral Letters to Lucilius and I just went through it quickly, so I won’t comment much. There’s little point to comment on the writing of something that’s some […]
Maybe the book itself isn’t quite as unimaginative as its title, but it’s not far either. It’s easy to read and I could “see” what was going on, but that’s likely less thanks to the writing and more because it’s such a typical setting. The world and action are what you’d expect, the heroes are […]