Okay so I just turned the last page on the mistborn trilogy… now whatOkay so I just turned the last page on the mistborn trilogy… now what Jesse #recommend
Did you love it?
Absolutely!!! One of my top 5 fantasy series so far. Kind of heart broken to say goodbye to eland vin spook and breeze
@Jesse … well I guess I need to try it
..I have a recommendation for you….look on amazon for the winternight trilogy… there are two books out third one is coming out this year the first one was a little slow the second book was amazing I still love to the first book but of the second book was just incredible so check it out
Thanks I’ll look into it
@Jesse .. sorry I couldn’t remember the name of the first book but it’s called the bear and the Nightingale Amazing Amazing Story I hope you give it a try I have lots of other recommendations to LOL
@Jesse and sazed… The ending to Hero af ages is the best ending to any series ever in my,opinion.
@Jesse … what us the title of the first book in this series
The final empire
@Jesse … thank you….
@Jesse what are your other 4 favorite fantasy ones?
@Royal … yes I was thinking the same thing. .. we need recommendations
Dark Angel by Brent Weeks, the inheritance cycle by Christopher Paolini, Lord of the Rings, and dont judge but harry potter
@Jesse aren’t a lot of those titles YA or NA? Looking for diverse, quality and amazing adult content!
I try not to judge based on Y/A because you still get an amazing story, but the night angel trilogy by Brent Weeks would be more up your alley
@Jesse I just think a lot of YA is not as good, or more focusing on romance and coming of age than other ideas
Go with Brent week then you cant go wrong, start with the dark angel trilogy
@Jesse totally agree with you. ..just because it is labeled y/a doesn’t mean it is not a great story…
Begin era 2
Any character roll overs?
Kelsier’s crew become legends and are part of the lore now. If you look closely you’ll catch some familiar people still around.
Era 2 is good as well. It’s set 300 years into the future so these people r many generations removed from that. Now it’s time to start stormlight archive. Or the wheel of time. Idk what but keep going.
All my fav series
The wheel of time
The demon cycle/warded man
The legend of drizzt
There’s some of my favs.
The humor in Era 2 makes it worth the read. If you liked first trilogy, you’ll like the second. Give it a chance
I stayed away from it for a long time because I wasn’t sure about the old west setting but I was totally wrong.
Yeah there isn’t much “old west” to it. There is some good cowboy shoot outs but it definitely doesn’t feel like a western novel.
I’m on Wheel of Time.
1) Read it again
2) Read Stormlight Archive
I agree with mike, Stormlight Archive!!! It is my favorite series besides name of the wind!
You just enjoy waiting years to finish a story.
nah, she enjoys a journey
I am in no hurry for good writing, plus its not like he owes us anything 😛
Rothfuss, that lazy SOB? He promised the last book was already basically written and would only be like a year till book 3 at the release of book 2. That was like 7 years ago. Meanwhile he’s blogging and playing online video games like crazy. Also spending time on board games and other stuff that most people don’t care about. At least Sanderson has a work ethic. Rothfuss can go eat a rotten potato.
oh no, he has a life outside of his work. there’s hundreds and hundreds of other fantasy books to read, read something else.
Sanderson pumps books out like a madman but the differences between their writing styles is night and day. that being said though, i would appreciate some sort of update at least, but i’m not gonna lose any sleep over it.
At least he doesn’t have the cast iron balls GRRM does, having the audacity to drop yet another history book after promising WoW would be realeased like 3 years ago
GRRM put out 5 books with like 700 pages each with many fully fleshed out characters. Rothfuss put out 2 and a short side story that no one really cares about. And the only fully fleshed out character is Kvothe.
@Aidan so true. That’s why I want an awesome completed series/standalone a great auther who doesn’t keep you waiting for ever
I’ve been enjoying the realm of Elderlings recently, it’s pretty good and actually finished, it has a second series attached but im unsure if that’s finished also
Mistborn has six books
The next 3 books are very good aswell.
all of the riryia books
chronicles of the unhewn throne
song of ice and fire
wheel of time
library at mount char
the demon cycle
kings of the wyld
I am just in the middle of book two and to be honest, I am a little bored
Stay with it
Its gets much better
I so hope it does. I like the first one, even as I was a little underwhelmed with what the lord ruler was in the end. I thought it was weird that he was the only one ever born with the genetic material required to be mistborn and a feruchemist.
I don’t wanna comment any spoilers but it does go further into explaining that the more you get into it
Ah sure, sry
There’s another trilogy and also a book called arcanum unbounded with short stories, one of them is a story in between the two trilogies. I think he also has plans for a third trilogy.
Did you read Brent weeks the Night Angel Trilogy, Lightbringer Trilogy or Furies of Calderon?
Read night angel and loved it, couldn’t get into lightbringer
Had my problems with that one too, but it pays of. Furies of Calderon I soaked up so quickly even though it’s 6 super large books. He has a type of writing which ties you up so hard
furies of calderon is written by jim butcher
Yeah yeah I know, it was Brent weeks *stop* and then furies
Read books 4, 5, 6, and 7
Assume the fetal position and try not to cry
You could read the next set of books in that world. Or you can jump over to @Brandon‘s other worlds in the same universe (the Cosemere) by reading @Elantris, @Warbreaker, or @The books. Or you can read more of a certain characters secret story by reading Secret History.
How are the three books after the first three? I’m on the 3rd one and wanna know if the last three are just as good
I personally enjoyed Alloy Of Law, but Shadows Of Self was if not mediocre, downright awful. To be fair, I will say I haven’t enjoyed a single Sanderson book since Words Of Radiance, and I have read everything he has published since he took over tWoT’s endin.
I contrast to @Lucas, I feel he’s only got better with time, though I did prefer the first mistborn era but mostly because of the ending
Aidan Liam In some regards. I enjoyed Oathbringer, but felt there was too much padding – side scenes with characters who didn’t really add anything, only to illustrate one small detail that was inconsequential in the long run – a problem he’s had in the other books as well. Firefight and Calamity both suffered from a serious bout of “where did the plot go?”
That being said, I’ve personally grown out of Sandersons style of humour and when he tries to be funny, the “random”, and inane method of presentation tends to feel very out of place with his work, where as with a lot of other authors it feels much more organic; so I’m definitely biased against his works now. He used to be my favourite author for a few years.
I actually like the Gen 2 better
Ready the arc of the scythe books
Cry for a little and then read Warbreaker!