By Brandon Sanderson
- Release Date: 2017-11-14
- Genre: Epic
Oathbringer Brandon Sanderson Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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I, for one, actually read it
By Lumpy McBugaboo
Not enough quality to justify the quantity for me.
I have read both books before this and feel that this is still the best one by far.
Incredibly detailed world
Can be fun to read
Chapters that drone on and on and on
Unrealistic and uninteresting characters and situations that somehow strain your very high suspension of belief
There’s TOO MUCH girth to this book for how much it actually delivers
Would give it 2.5 stars or so but this will do just fine.
Some genuinely interesting and engaging moments, sprinkled into a a whole bunch of “blah.”
Favorite series ever. Stormin fantastic.
I loved the first two and waited patiently for the third. I’m greatly disappointed. It a bit of a mess: disjointed, uninspiring, and barely readable. “Journey before destination” ... with the first two, I enjoyed the journey. With Oathbringer, I skimmed large sections just to get to the destination. A pity ... I’m done.
I can’t believe I have to keep waiting after that ending I need to finish the books ASAP
Extremely long read
The plot of this book/series moved way too slow for me in this installment. After reading what would be more than 1000 printed pages, the progress of the ongoing story line has not moved enough for me. I won’t be reading another book in the series.
Boring string of dialogues
Nothing like the other two books, which are AWESOME. Very little occurs other than endless meetings and talking.
A Masterful Mess
First, I think Brandon Sanderson is the greatest fantasy author going. He has great characters, entertaining stories and a mind-blowing ability to create worlds. And the Cosmere is awesome. But truth be told, this book is a boring slog. Editing! We could have shaved off a good 300-400 pages and this would have been a masterpiece. The best book ever! But it’s not. Sadly.
By Dr. UfotofU
Brandon Sanderson is a Lightweaver, a master craftsmen if words. His words trigger the Stormlight in the mind of the reader, forming wonderfully imaginative scenes and scenarios.
The cosmere that he has created feels like a home which I have become exceptionally fond of.
So freaking awesome.
The review title says it all.