Brandon Sanderson is a highly respected and loved author in the world of modern fantasy. Mistborn is an early book of his. What did I think of it? Does Sanderson live up to the hype?
I’ve talked a lot about fiction on this blog, but I am also an avid lover of nonfiction. Here are five books that I would highly recommend every nonfiction reader take a look at.
I love Harry Potter and there isn’t much I’d want to change about the story. But if I was forced to made some general edits, here are things I would do differently.
In a lot of modern fantasy books, authors seem to be relying on a particular trope that I can’t help but feel like is a cheap emotional trick. Everyone loves this trope, but I hate it. And here is why.
The Stray is a short, powerful book by a debut author with a lot of interesting thoughts on AI. Some parts of the story fell a bit flat for me, but overall this story left me thinking long after I finished reading it.
This is the portion of the tier list that people might be more interested in, since it contains the characters that I liked the least in Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time masterpiece. Let me know what you think about my ranking.