Shadows of Self - Brandon Sanderson

Shadows of Self

By Brandon Sanderson

  • Release Date: 2015-10-06
  • Genre: Epic
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 238 Ratings)

Description

The #1 New York Times bestselling author returns to the world of Mistborn with his first novel in the series since The Alloy of Law.

At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.

Reviews

  • Too Expensive

    1
    By This Gal
    Not buying it. What a rip off of your loyal readers. You should be ashamed.
  • Awesome

    5
    By PeeYatt
    Another great book by my current favorite author
  • Amazing book and amaizing series

    5
    By rzr7452
    I have read the entire mist born series and cant wait for the next one.. The story telling in these series is beautifully executed.. keeping the readers interested to the very end of each book.. each book surpassing it's predecessor in the brilliant and unique way the plot is delivered keeps the reader riveted till the end.. My thanks to Brandon for helping us engage our minds and imagination while reading these books. His books are truly worth reading..
  • Compelling and deeply involving

    5
    By sydefekt
    I find this short book very compelling and refined; with intricate characters that feel alive, and a deep plot that draws you in. I look forward to the next book in this series.
  • Not as good as the previous series

    1
    By GGGNN
    I read all books in mistborn series, all of them are so good u can't put them down. For this one I need to force myself finishing the book. Characters are lack of depth this time, plots are straight forward except for some, connection with first novel are weak, and the feeling of "altered and mystical " world is fading. I'm always a big fan of Brandon Sanderson, however I think this is one of his worst. Wish he will be picking up his magical writing again in future novels.
  • Awesome

    4
    By PhysicsNerd96
    my only complain is that its a little short. That said quality makes up for quantity. the plot twists in this book hit like lightning bolts. The sanderson avalanche strikes again!!
  • Mistborn

    5
    By Wnint
    The book does cost a little too much, but it is longer then 250 pages. It's just over 400 pages, which is still not enough to justify the price, but if you're a Mistborn fan like me you will probably buy it anyway. If not then you can always wait until the price goes down, or you can go to your local library and read it for free.
  • Seriously?

    2
    By Keefee95
    I've been anticipating this book for months and it's 250 pages.... I'm sure it's a great book but 6 cents a page is way to expensive... Lame
  • Money money

    3
    By Crazythorn
    15 bucks for 250 pages. Have read every book up to slow regard of silent things, and said the 8 bucks for 75 pages was a money grab. This isn't much better and I will be supporting other authors, though Sanderson is still one of my favorites....would rather buy a trilogy for 15.

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