The Hero of Ages - (Mistborn Trilogy) by Brandon Sanderson (Paperback)

The Hero of Ages - (Mistborn Trilogy) by Brandon Sanderson (Paperback)

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Zach C.
Bloomington, IN
43 reviews
The whole trilogy is really great. It’s early for Sanderson and maybe isn’t as good as something like Stormlight Archives, but it’s still a phenomenal read that I highly recommend.
The whole trilogy is really great. It’s early for Sanderson and maybe isn’t as good as something like Stormlight Archives, but it’s still a phenomenal read that I highly recommend.
Jennifer L.
Decatur, GA
49 reviews
3.75 out of 5 stars. As a whole, I really enjoyed the series, even though parts confused me. I like the first book the best. I liked the relationship between Kelsier and Vin the most. I also liked the group as a whole that Kelsier put together. The second was more about the politics side of things. It was still a good book, but when they started talking about politics it just became a bit boring for me. The third book was more about being on the battlefield. Tring to stop the world from ending, blood and guts and things of that nature. I did like that they explain how the creatures of the series were made. It took me a few months to read the third one cause it was long and parts were just to confusing for my brain to function to be able to read a good amount at one time. I really did not become really into this book until the end of it, say the last section. I will admit, I was a bit disappointed with how few of the characters ended up. But it still was a really good ending. So as a while the series gets 4 out of 5 stars. I can't wait to read more of Brandon Sanderson work.
3.75 out of 5 stars. As a whole, I really enjoyed the series, even though parts confused me. I like the first book the best. I liked the relationship between Kelsier and Vin the most. I also liked the group as a whole that Kelsier put together. The second was more about the politics side of things. It was still a good book, but when they started talking about politics it just became a bit boring for me. The third book was more about being on the battlefield. Tring to stop the world from ending, blood and guts and things of that nature. I did like that they explain how the creatures of the series were made. It took me a few months to read the third one cause it was long and parts were just to confusing for my brain to function to be able to read a good amount at one time. I really did not become really into this book until the end of it, say the last section. I will admit, I was a bit disappointed with how few of the characters ended up. But it still was a really good ending. So as a while the series gets 4 out of 5 stars. I can't wait to read more of Brandon Sanderson work.
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