I decided to not add a synopsis as this series needs no introduction but to have blind faith and trust that Brandon Sanderson will deliver, which he “shockingly” has.
Shadows of Self and Bands of Mourning were everything I hoped Alloys of law to be. With a touch of adventure, mystery, appearances of our favorite characters from the first era being prominent and important in this one.Read More »
Spensa’s dream was to become a pilot and be among the stars. Circumstances led her to second guess herself and settle for a standard less desirable job but due to persistence she found herself juggling with the possibility of becoming a pilot and saving the remnants of the human race. Read More »
In Modern Day Scadrial, Waxillium Laridan has returned to his post as Lord in the City. As a law keeper who has gotten used to life in the Roughs, he has become detached from the noble lifestyle despite being from such a background.
His return was mainly due to his Uncle’s passing and being second in line to run the House of Ladrian. He is faced with two challenges: taking up a role which he hasn’t warmed up towards and segregating his calling as Law Keeper from the supposed safer city life.Read More »
This story is set in the world of Roshar overwhelmed by its bleak history, outlandish geography, and a plague of an endless war, three main characters are confronted with challenging journeys ahead. Kaladin a former medical apprentice who has sold his career for the sword, Dalinar, Prince of Alethkar, who questions his countrymen’s thirst for war and Shallan who seeks to become a scholar under the mentorship of Dalinar’s niece Jasnah. Each of their trials leads to questions of the past and the truth about Knights Radiant’s abandonment.Read More »