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FREE PDF È BOOK The Alloy of Law Û REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD Ã The Mistborn trilogy has become a firm favourite with fantasy fans the world over The imagination that Sanderson brought to the series and his skill at marshalling epic storylines and dramatic action his ability to create vivid characters made him a naturalAndalone fantasies and his new series The Stormlight Archive Sanderson has shown his bountiful talents in his own fiction Now he returns to the series that made his name with a new story set years after the events of Hero of Ages In a world recovering only slowly from evil a world where allomancers wield immense power through their ability to I meanSanderson is just amazing He writes so well his characters are SO well drawn you simply can't stop reading There's a feeling of completeness in his plotting that makes you feel completely taken care of The worldbuilding is stunning and vibrant and newit's just kind of ridiculousThis is a followup in the world of Mistborn but you DONT need to read the first three to understand what's going on you should read them though because it is icing on the cake as far as details This is a world with an amazing magic system but vaguely steampunkindustrial era in ambience I went in without really remembering the first three but the opening is one of the best I've read in a very long time You INSTANTLY are drawn into the storySo if you like high fantasy or a urban fantasy or anything like that pick this up

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Unleash the magic bound up in common metals someone who can burn metals that no one has burned before can tip the balanceSanderson has the knack of giving the epic fantasy reader exactly what they want This ability has thrown him to the forefront of the genre and the dramatic story within The Alloy of Law shows off this skill to its very bes I'll be honest I was really skeptical to start the spin off series at first as I think very highly of the original Mistborn trilogy and I'm uite sure the spin off won't be able to top it in terms of uality and its epic story It left me wondering will it be worth it to invest of my time in this spinoff series Now after reading The Alloy of Law I can say it's true that it doesn't top the original trilogy in terms of uality and epic scope However is it worth it to invest your time in this series yes you're damn right it's worth it It's worth every second of your time and fans of the original trilogy will almost definitely find this book very entertaining Just remember that this time the story is much light hearted and suitable for everyone don't come into this expecting something dark grand and epic like the original trilogyInstead of writing the book like the previous trilogy Sanderson decided to give a new atmosphere to the settings of the world Rather than the ash fallen dark world from before the setting is now towards Steampunk and Western The result is great to say the least there are tidbits and uite a few nostalgia factors that you'll notice in its world building and stories even from the first page where it shows you the map and the name of the town Elendel I can go on for thousand of words explaining about all the nostalgia factors but it would be better that I don't spoil it for you Not to mention the characters are brilliantly well done Wax Wayne is an endearing duo they're super funny interesting and reading their journey will definitely put a smile on your faceI definitely recommend this book to any Mistborn fans just think of this as a chance to visit Scadrial after your adventure with Vin Kelsier Elend and the gangs You'll find it worthwhile

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The Alloy of LawThe Mistborn trilogy has become a firm favourite with fantasy fans the world over The imagination that Sanderson brought to the series and his skill at marshalling epic storylines and dramatic action his ability to create vivid characters made him a natural choice to complete Robert Jordan's epic wheel of time seuence But with Mistborn his st As always after reading something by Sanderson I find myself irritated at how good he is So let's take it as a given that the book has all the essential ingredients character plot dialogue mystery and action All of these things are there some of them merely great most of them included to exceptional degree What truly impresses me though is that Sanderson has done something extraordinarily uniue with this book Something that just isn't done in fantasy First Sanderson wrote the Mistborn trilogy an amazingly good fantasy trilogy set it in a uniue carefully constructed world with a well defined magic system Then he moved that world forward 300 years He evolved it away from the low industrialdark ages culture into a much modern setting This simply isn't done You see here's the way things work 1 You either write secondary world fantasy which is pretty medievally or Renaissance y or occationally dark ages ish Maybe you go crazy and make it kinda Asian Or you make it bronze age That's rare though Pretty fringe 2 Your other option is to set something in THIS world Most of the time when you do this the setting is modern which gets you urban fantasy If you're not uite so modern you get steampunk If you go back further than that it's alternate history But again that's kinda rare These are the rules They're not written down anywhere but generally speaking that's how things work This is just the way things are done But Sanderson has done something different here Two somethings actually 1 He evolved his world through time changing the society significantly while staying true to the world he established in the earlier Mistborn books Yeah yeah There have been a few other authors that have done this Frank Herbert for example But it's so rare as to be practically uniue And in my opinion Sanderson has done it better than Herbert did for the simple fact that I want to read Sanderson's future books in this world while I just couldn't make it through the second Dune seuel2 Sanderson has written urban fantasy THAT ISN'T SET IN THIS WORLD Call it what you want urban fantasy ua western steampunk whatever That's what he did I read this book and found myself thinking What You can do that How come nobody's done this beforeThis is what happens with all truly clever innovation Once someone does it it seems obvious It seems like anyone could do it But everyone didn't do it Sanderson did That's a very special sort of clever What's my point My point is that this book is good and you should give it a try My other point is that this book does something different and pulls it off very smoothly so you should give it a try My last point is that Sanderson has now been added to a very short list of authors Specifically the list authors whom I wish to kill so that I might eat their livers and thereby gain their power So yeah My hat's off to you Brandon Watch your back