The Mistborn Trilogy - Brandon Sanderson

The Mistborn Trilogy

By Brandon Sanderson

  • Release Date: 2011-02-01
  • Genre: Epic
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,383 Ratings)


The New York Times bestselling series from Brandon Sanderson. This boxed set contains:
Mistborn, The Well of Ascension, and The Hero of Ages

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


  • Amazing

    By GymnastAnnie
    I read the Wheel of Time series and was thrilled with how well Brandon Sanderson did to finish the series. This is my first bit of his books, but definitely won’t be my last! Love it! Great introduction into his work!
  • A must-read for all fantasy fans

    By Alek1738
    I’ve read a dozen or so fantasy series, this is my favorite when it comes to completed series. Sanderson and his team are on point. Keep up the good work!
  • Amazing!

    By Hdizzle31
    I loved this trilogy. It was the first Brandon Sanderson work I’ve read and I will definitely be buying more.
  • Mistborn trilogy

    By RUBYCat1
    The book was a little on the slow side. It was an interesting concept as far as the characters and the situations they were in but there just was no spark that kept my interest. It was a book I could easily put down. I cannot explain why. I would be hesitant to recommend this to anyone else.
  • So Fun

    By Saulito221
    Each book was fun and exciting. Great twists and turns. Fantastic ride.
  • Mistborn Trilogy

    By Judi P
    The characters fly off the pages. Sanderson has such control of Mistborn world that the reader is drawn in and held in place from the first page to the last. This is an amazing trilogy.
  • Amazing read.

    By Wingo2110
    Could not put it down.
  • Unique, believable and awesome lore.

    By jbgrrr
    Amazing trilogy from beginning to end.
  • Great series

    By Whiskey Wheeler
    Great characters, interesting world, lots of intrigue and the twists keep coming. Sanderson is a genius with upping the stakes with every page.
  • Inartfully written video-game script for teens

    By snapper-Z
    I simply gave up on this poorly written book. The characters are one dimensional. The conversations, although they advance the plot, seem silly and unreal. I cannot understand the high ratings.