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From #1 New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson, Warbreaker is the story of two sisters, who happen to be princesses, the God King one of them. Warbreaker is a fantasy novel written by American author Brandon Sanderson. It was published on June 9, by Tor Books. Sanderson released several. Warbreaker is a Cosmere novel by Brandon Sanderson, which is available for purchase in bookstores or for free download from his website.

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I love the religion depicted, the history of the world, their gods and culture. He had been stillborn, but had Returned.

It was all about liberty of choice. View all 68 comments. The pace was incredibly slow, crawling even. I need action and suspense and great dialogue to keep me entranced. Once the story picked up the pace though it just kept building momentum. By the end, even if you still don’t like them, you have respect for their journey, and you see how you could like them once they’ve weathered life’s storm of reality checks.

View all 86 comments. Varied tangents, all meandering toward a climax; however, there were many unanswered questions. Do not Google these characters if you plan on reading Brandn other wrabreaker.

Warbreaker (Warbreaker, #1) by Brandon Sanderson

I really liked the warbreakr and the twist I didn’t see coming. This is a very dry way of me explaining the vibrant and dynamic range of storytelling Sanderson gifts us with in this story, but it does give the basics, which I hope sounds like something you guys would like to check out.

Idris and Hallandren have been on the brink of armed conflict for years, but now the future of Nalthis lies in the hands of four individuals. Now, on to Warbreaker itself. My hope is still to let readers collaborate a little bit on this book.


Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson

The same can be said about this book, everything felt so real. That is where the original royal family retreated to. I love the bramdon Sanderson has created for the majority of his Fantasy, of which this world is a part of.

This book will be coming out in sometime. Well, yes, the sword replied. Is Nightblood the same sword we see very briefly in the epilogue of Words of Radiance?

World warnreaker When Sanderson builds a world, it always feels like a place that exists on the map. The book really relies heavily on these character interactions and their developments which honestly I can’t seem to get enough cause Sanserson want more of them by the end of the book. If your god asked you to give up your Breath—or even the Breath of your child—wouldn’t you do it?

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Warbreaker | Brandon Sanderson

I hate the fact that it stole away my life, then demanded that I leave sadnerson all that I love! Well, it finally warbreakeg in the last sequence of the book. However, Siri believes that the priests are secretly plotting to kill her and the God King if she produces an heir. After Sanderson established the premise and plotlines, there seemed to be some fairly long sections which didn’t really add much.

My name is Brandon Sanderson. Four books in his middle-grade Alcatraz vs. Well, a lot of people say that it’s nowhere near the brilliance of the Stormlight Archives, and so not 5 or even 4 star material.

Then, I spent some more time considering. While Warnreaker enjoyed Warbreaker, the middle suffered a bit.

The magic system wzrbreaker unique and intricate, I’m starting to see that this is one of Sanderson’s main specialty. Feel free to visit my forums and email me with your impressions of the novel.

While adjusting to the surroundings of Idris and Hallandren, as well as grasping the meaning of Breath and Awakening, was a timely prodecure – thus the 4. Please send bad Sanderson.



Brandon was working on his thirteenth novel when Moshe Feder at Tor Books bought the sixth he had written. An innovative magic system for one, and a really interesting religion.

Earlier this year he released Calamitythe finale of the 1 New York Times bestselling Reckoners trilogy that began with Steelheart. One of my favorite characters was Lightsong, the Returned god of bravery, who didn’t believe in his own godhood and put a lot of effort in being useless, and yet, found himself entangled in twisted political schemes. That being said, there is a host of other amazing characters: The Hero of Ages Mistborn: Theirs is a world in which those who die in glory return as gods to live confined to a pantheon in Hallandren’s capital city.

This is seemingly the tale of two radically different sisters. Warbreaker tells us of the twin journeys of the sisters, who are playing games with the fate of nations at stake… As the sisters come to understand the world around them, so will you.

The pantheon of gods are forming factions and we are plunged into a variety of different conflicts, always kept wondering who is going to do what and what are their motivations A princess locked in a gilded cage.

I did find the end a little rushed and I still wondered about the history of this world but compared to how good the book was those were little faults. There is one more component to make the magic work – color. I probably would have enjoyed it more had I not read Vin’s and Elend’s story in the Mistborn trilogy.