I thought it would be fun to show some love to fantasy maps today! Some of these I like for the style and some I like for the design of the land itself.
This collection of short stories from Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere universe include stories from Elantris, Mistborn, and The Stormlight Archive.
One of my goals this year was to reread a lot, so I've come up with a lot of books I want to try to get to this year. I was originally going to make a schedule of when I wanted to reread everything, but that's really not who I am.
Synopsis: Waxillium and the rest of his friends are off to find the Bands of Mourning, mythical objects left behind the Lord Ruler more than 300 years before. Along the way, they also try to find a missing item for a kandra, as well as deal with Wax's longtime enemies, the Set.
This might seem like a late post about how bad the Game of Thrones ending was, but nope (I jumped ship on that one years ago), I've just been pretty disappointed with book endings lately. There have been so many books that I've loved, then the ending just falls so flat, so it got me thinking about books that actually have satisfying endings!
Synopsis: 300 years after the end of the original Mistborn trilogy, most of the characters have faded into the stuff of legend. The world of Scadrial has become much more modern, with railroads, guns, and the beginnings of electricity and automobiles. After living in the Roughs for 20 years as a lawman, Waxillium Ladrian must…
Synopsis: One year after the events of The Final Empire, Vin and Elend must deal with three armies coming to take control of the hard won Luthadel and with the mists that are changing since the Lord Ruler's death.
Synopsis: In the world of The Final Empire, the Dark Lord won. For a thousand years, the common people have been oppressed, beaten down, and degraded by the immortal Lord Ruler's reign. Kelseir, a Mistborn who can use all eight metals of Allomancy, gets streeturchin Vin to join his thieving crew on their latest mission - take down the Final Empire and the Lord Ruler.