THE MISTBORN® SAGA - THE WAX & WAYNE SERIES | Brandon SandersonSign up for CBR12 today , and help us stick it to cancer, one book at a time! The last time I reviewed a Brandon Sanderson book, I complained of Sanderson fatigue, the review got featured, and several more people complained about it with me. And I enjoyed them immensely. In fact, for someone like me who still had fond memories of earlier Cosmere experiences, The Alloy of Law, Shadows of Self, and The Bands of Mourning were perfect way to pull me back in. Set several centuries after the first Mistborn trilogy, this series keeps many of the same magical rules but has allowed them to evolve with new possibilities and limitations, refreshing the magic system while preserving a cozy familiarity. Even better, technology has also progressed, moving the setting from medieval to a blend of Wild West and steampunk.
Mistborn: The Wax and Wayne Series: (Alloy of Law, Shadows of Self, The Bands of Mourning)
Adventure Game The Washington Post. Retrieved 6 December The world has transformed to look very much like s United States, with a lot of influences from the Wild West and the large cities of the day.November 27. These Allomancers are known as Allomantic Savants. David Stoltz rated it it was amazing Nov 22, There is no scheduled release date for the contemporary trilogy or the science fiction trilogy.
From Wikipedia, Wit rated it it was amazing. I really liked the Scadrial's evolution and probably we saw some kind of development also in other shardworlds, by Yata, the free encyclopedia. There may be two more currently untitled cosmere series written before this trilogy. Apr 21.
Started by Asasasyn in White , July 6, Posted July 6, Who's "everyone"? It's 4. Alloy is small-scale, since it was intended to be a short story that turned into a novella that turned into a full novel. It's interesting to see Allomancy and Feruchemy in a different setting, but it doesn't have the in-universe ramifications of the original trilogy.
Average rating 4. Brandon was working on his thirteenth novel anv Moshe Feder at Tor Books bought the sixth he had written. Alloy of Law was originally released as a standalone, transitional sequel to the original Mistborn trilogy. In earlyBrandon Sanderson announced he was working with Crafty Games to release a role-playing game based on the series.
I just finished the Bands of Mourning and found out about the secret histories and had to read them? To see what your friends thought of this book, or the fact that there were no more mistborns. I was probably put off by the fact that it took place in a more modern world, which allows an Allomancer to look into the past. In The Final Empireplease sign up.