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I received an ARC of this book from the publisher (Crown) on Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
(also, this is my first ARC)
A lovechild of Sanderson, Lynch, and Gladstone as I have heard it described would be an apt comparison indeed.
What a fucking book. This one will make it big, mark my words. It has something for everyone. Fans of high-paced, action fantasy? Check. Those looking for likable characters? Check. Magic system enthusiasts, those who want (mild) social critique, those looking for heist books, female characters with agency (who are not all fighters!)…there’s so much to love.
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I went into this book quite wary because of the combination of the incredible amount of hype and my disappointment with most of the other Sanderson books I read. I’m far from new to the genre. In fact, I did not plan to start the series until at least book 4 came out at all. But my friends insisted and I did not regret it.
Life before death. Strength before weakness. Journey before destination.
It is, at its core, fairly classic epic fantasy. The protagonists are mostly noble, the antagonists are mostly bad, and the world needs saving. It’s also pretty damn good at what it does.
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