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In this series View all Book 5. Book 6. Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 16 star ratings 16 reviews. Overall rating 4. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. Unlike the previous Mistborn books, there is almost no character development here. The plot twists aren't great.

And the finale epilogue? Look, it's a competent enough story. But if you've read the Mistborn trilogy or Elantris and were hoping for similar amazing fare, you're going to be disappointed. As usual, Brandon Sanderson delivers in spades. The pacing, the polish, the humor, it's all there. Fair warning, though, if you haven't read the Mistborn series, it won't be easy to put things together.

I liked the progression of setting from from the middle ages to the industrial revolution. I'm reserving full judgement until I read all 3 books, but I think this is a great start, and I expect the 3rd setting the future is going to blow my mind … Show more Show less. A worthy sequel to the Mistborn trilogy. Strong characters, wonderful setting, and a masterful use of description.

While others may rave about this being a Mistborn Steampunk novel, I didn't see it that way. I saw this book as a natural extension of a world that progresses with technology.

Although there are great similarities between our American Wild West and the Australian Outback frontiers, and although I do question whether another world would have mimicked our clothing fashions quite as much as this one did did, I have to wonder if I substituted borrowed imagery as I read, or if I was unduly influenced by the cover art and interior illustrations.

All that being said, here is why I rate this book as inspiring to me: The metal magic system is well thought out and integral to the plot, but never dry and boring.

This unusual world required copious descriptions to explain what was happening. This could have been the story's weakness. Too often authors bore the reader with pages of tedious exposition, or gloss over the magic and just have people and objects flying around willy-nilly. Not so with The Alloy of Law.

It occurred to me that a movie adaptation of this story would have to pay attention to the physics of allomancy in order to represent properly the world Brandon Sanderson created. There is just enough description to help the reader understand how and why the characters performed each action without tossing an anchor into every action scene. This magic system works. It is detailed and complicated, but presented in an effortless way. Being a writer by trade, I know that what Sanderson pulls off in these books requires great skill.

That's why this book is the first inspirational read of the year for me. I'd love to write so "effortlessly". A good extension on a good trilogy. Sort of a sequel to the mistborn trilogy. Great read, fast paced. Could not put it down. Highly recommended … Show more Show less. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author's style Explain the rating you gave Don't Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book's price Recap the plot.

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Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. The tone is a bit lighter than Sanderson's other work, so while crime and death and moral questions abound, it is still not quite so dark and serious as it could have been. I am certainly glad, though, that these ethical issues were not left out, as they are one of my favorite aspects of his writing. There are some great twists and turns, exciting gunfights enhanced by abilities to push and pull metal, manipulate time, and heal quickly, to name a few.

Because it's a short novel, however, there is a distinct lack of Sanderson's trademark world building; the reader is largely left to imagine a vague western setting.

It's also not nearly the intricately planned masterpiece his other novels tend to be, so expectations should be set appropriately for a more straightforward novel where the author is simply having some fun in his fictional playground. Some have claimed that this book stands on its own, and that one needn't read the original trilogy in order to enjoy it.

That may be so, but I suspect that anyone who does will have a distinct sense of being left a little bit out of the loop. Many of the original characters are referenced in passing as parts of various religions, and so without that prior knowledge of the world's history, such a reader would be at a disadvantage. There are also a couple of more important passages that cannot be fully appreciated without knowing those characters.Read more He lives in Utah with his wife and children and teaches creative writing at Brigham Young University.

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Like this presentation? The ashmounts no longer exist thanks to Harmony changing the world to what it had been before the Deepness. This eBook is not available in your country. One such is Waxillium Ladrian, a rare Twinborn who can Push on metals with hisAllomancy and use Feruchemy to become lighter or heavier at will. Available on OverDrive.