2020 gave me a lot of downtime to catch up on my reading. Pair that with having joined the local library and had access to all the books I could want. Here are some of my favorites. This was a short book but it was beautiful, full of magic and faith. Read my review here.
Title: The Bands of MourningAuthor: Brandon SandersonPublication Date: 2016Publishing House: Tor This is the sixth book in the Mistborn series. The first three books follow Vin and Eland, while the later books follow Wax and Wayne. There will eventually be at least one more book in the series but it has not been published. Synopsis
Title: Shadows of SelfAuthor: Brandon SandersonPublication Date: 2015Publishing House: Tor Books This is the second book in the second part of the Mistborn series one year after the events of The Alloy of Law. Synopsis from Goodreads. Shadows of Self shows Mistborn’s society evolving as technology and magic mix, the economy grows, democracy contends with corruption,
Title: The Alloy of LawAuthor: Brandon SandersonPublication Date: 2011Publishing House: Tor Books I have really been enjoying the Mistborn. The later part of the series is quite different from the first. Synopsis from Goodreads Three hundred years after the events of the Mistborn trilogy, Scadrial is now on the verge of modernity, with railroads to
Title: The Well of AscensionAuthor: Brandon SandersonPublication Date: 2007Publishing House: Tor Books I listened to this book as an audiobook from my local library. Support your cities library as they are fantastic resources for everyone. Synopsis from Goodreads Vin, the street urchin who has grown into the most powerful Mistborn in the land, and Elend
Title: Mistborn: The Final EmpireAuthor: Brandon SandersonPublication Date: 2006Publishing House: Tor Books How have I only just now read this book? I actually borrowed the digital audio-book from the library and this book is fantastic and had me up until one and two in the morning. From Goodreads: Where ash falls from the sky, and