The Bands of Mourning

The Bands of Mourning The New York Times bestselling author returns to the world of Mistborn with the follow up to Shadows of Self With The Alloy of Law and Shadows of Self Brandon Sanderson surprised readers with a New

  • Title: The Bands of Mourning
  • Author: Brandon Sanderson
  • ISBN: 9780765378576
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The 1 New York Times bestselling author returns to the world of Mistborn with the follow up to Shadows of Self With The Alloy of Law and Shadows of Self, Brandon Sanderson surprised readers with a New York Times bestselling spinoff of his Mistborn books, set after the action of the trilogy, in a period corresponding to late 19th century America.Now, with The Bands of MouThe 1 New York Times bestselling author returns to the world of Mistborn with the follow up to Shadows of SelfWith The Alloy of Law and Shadows of Self, Brandon Sanderson surprised readers with a New York Times bestselling spinoff of his Mistborn books, set after the action of the trilogy, in a period corresponding to late 19th century America.Now, with The Bands of Mourning, Sanderson continues the story The Bands of Mourning are the mythical metalminds owned by the Lord Ruler, said to grant anyone who wears them the powers that the Lord Ruler had at his command Hardly anyone thinks they really exist A kandra researcher has returned to Elendel with images that seem to depict the Bands, as well as writings in a language that no one can read Waxillium Ladrian is recruited to travel south to the city of New Seran to investigate Along the way he discovers hints that point to the true goals of his uncle Edwarn and the shadowy organization known as The Set.

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    1. Brandon Sanderson

      Brandon s major books for the second half of 2016 are The Dark Talent, the final volume in Alcatraz Smedry s autobiographical account of his battle against the Evil Librarians who secretly rule our world, and Arcanum Unbounded, the collection of short fiction in the Cosmere universe that includes the Mistborn series and the Stormlight Archive, among others This collection features The Emperor s Soul, Mistborn Secret History, and a brand new Stormlight Archive novella, Edgedancer.Earlier this year he released Calamity, the finale of the 1 New York Times bestselling Reckoners trilogy that began with Steelheart.Brandon Sanderson was born in 1975 in Lincoln, Nebraska As a child Brandon enjoyed reading, but he lost interest in the types of titles often suggested to him, and by junior high he never cracked a book if he could help it This changed when an eighth grade teacher gave him Dragonsbane by Barbara Hambly.Brandon was working on his thirteenth novel when Moshe Feder at Tor Books bought the sixth he had written Tor has published Elantris, the Mistborn trilogy and its followup The Alloy of Law, Warbreaker, and The Way of Kings and Words of Radiance, the first two in the planned ten volume series The Stormlight Archive He was chosen to complete Robert Jordan s Wheel of Time series 2009 s The Gathering Storm and 2010 s Towers of Midnight were followed by the final book in the series, A Memory of Light, in January 2013 Four books in his middle grade Alcatraz vs the Evil Librarians series have been released in new editions by Starscape, and his novella Infinity Blade Awakening was an ebook bestseller for Epic Games accompanying their acclaimed Infinity Blade iOS video game series Two novellas, Legion and The Emperor s Soul, were released by Subterranean Press and Tachyon Publications in 2012, and 2013 brought two young adult novels, The Rithmatist from Tor and Steelheart from Delacorte.The only author to make the short list for the David Gemmell Legend Award six times in four years, Brandon won that award in 2011 for The Way of Kings The Emperor s Soul won the 2013 Hugo Award for Best Novella He has appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List multiple times, with five novels hitting the 1 spot.Currently living in Utah with his wife and children, Brandon teaches creative writing at Brigham Young University.


    1. Did I just fall in love with an organisation freak named Steris? Seriously though, her character really shines through in this book. Before she just seemed a bit dull, and perhaps even ordinary, but this clearly isn’t the case. She is an exceptional woman, one who is clearly overlooked and dramatically undervalued by all that meet her. Behind her stoic appearance and general aura of nonchalance is a woman who is slightly obsessive to a fault; however, she is also fiercely loyal to her friends [...]

    2. I choose not to speak but relate my feelings via Gifs as words fail me currently:My overall view of this Read: Me while reading this book: Everytime Wax and Steris shared a Moment, I was like: I need to talk about this book with someone but you'll have to: And just in case you unsure if I like this Read. Just Know:

    3. 4.75 Investiture Filled StarsBuddy read with my friends at Buddies Books & Baubles the discussion is still ongoing but I had to know all the things.Spoiler Free Review Section:There is always another secretHow many times have we read those very words throughout the Mistborn saga and been shown yet again that there IS definitely always another secret. Brandon Sanderson has proved that once again in Bands of Mourning. I know who this is about now and I am OMG excitedFirsthe surprised all his f [...]

    4. 4.5⭐️Alright, there's only so many ways a person can praise an author's work before one starts to sound like a broken record but you know what, I don’t care because Sanderson, once again, knocked it out of the park!Warda and I quickly jumped onto this book right after Shadows of Self, (right after I got my brain thoroughly obliterated by the ending) and here, we’re graced with yet another thrilling, layered and thought-provoking entry in the Mistborn series, filled with incredibly heart [...]

    5. So here we are. Here we are.I just don't know how much more praise I can shower on Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn series before people start questioning whether or not I'm in a cultಠ_ಠThis book was my favorite of the second era Mistborn series. The characters go through some wonderful developments, and I'm fascinated by this mix of Fantasy elements with a Western setting.I feel like Bands of Mourning works particularly well because by this point we are already very well acquainted with the mag [...]

    6. 5 MIND BLOWN STARS ★★★★★“He’s the man who takes the bullet so nobody else has to.”HOW FUCKING DARE THIS BOOK BE SO BLOODY AMAZING! Seriously That ending holy fucking shit. This book has left me breathless like wow! So different to anything I've read by Sanderson but it was incredible and is my favourite of all six Mistborn books! This book felt different from the first page, it was so fucking exciting and I knew straight away it was building up to a massive ending I'm gobsmacked. [...]

    7. I seriously have no idea why I'm not giving this 5 stars, I love everything about this book, but I still feel like its missing something. This is my favourite in the Alloy era, lots of twists and turns, amazing locations and lots of lovable new characters that I can't wait to read more about them in the final book. I still love the original characters, Wax,Wayne, Marasi, Steris and MeLaan, non of them annoyed me which is a rarity in a series. They made lots of amazing decisions that got them out [...]

    8. [5 Stars] I absolutely loved this. It may be one of my favorite Sanderson novels yet. I literally do not have the words to express just how much I adored this book. I'm in desperate need of the last book in this series now, but hey I think Stormlight #3 might be enough to tide me over until then!

    9. Oh wow! There are lots of characters in this book. 'The Bands of Mourning' is the best book in second trilogy of 'Mistborn'.I really like Steris in this book.My goodness! I don't know what to say. I love this book. Alhamdulillah.

    10. 1000at is the number of times I whispered 'HOLY SHIT!' to myself while listening to this. PS: Michael Kramer rules.

    11. I’m not sure I can write a review of this book that does it any kind of justice. I try to write reviews that actually contain some kind of cohesive thoughts about the book, but I’m afraid all I can do is gush right now. Bands of Mourning was absolutely fantastic from beginning to end. I enjoyed myself immensely, and am so looking forward to any and all Mistborn stories Sanderson puts out in the future. Or any stories in the Cosmere, honestly. I just really love Sanderson, okay?!There was so [...]

    12. Survive.Firstly I should say that this review will contain some spoilers but I will put that spoiler sign (or whatever it's called) every time I spoil something HOLY SHIT THIS BOOK WAS GOOD!!!! Previous two books were amazing and they blew me away, but this book blew me away on a completely new level. I've said this many times (and I'll probably say it many times in the future) I don't know how Sanderson does it. How is his writing so perfect?! And even when I think that I've gotten used to his [...]

    13. Honestly, I do not know how to review these books. This book. This spin-off series. It's not that I have been rendered speechless. It's just slightly difficult, mainly when it comes to the plot. So, I'll try to break it down into sections. It will be more of a series review, rather than focusing on The Bands of Mourning alone. Plot/world-building:This I will say went slightly over my head, especially as the books progressed. Each time I thought I had a grasp of it, a different point connecting t [...]

    14. 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2016/01/25/b2016 is another big year for Brandon Sanderson with a whole slew of new book releases and re-issues coming out, and he’s kicking it all off in late January with The Bands of Mourning. This is the sixth Mistborn novel and third volume of Waxillium Ladrian’s saga following on the heels of Shadows of Self, and according to Sanderson one is an intentional counterpoint to the other, which explains why there were only a few months to wait [...]

    15. Let's see2 stars for most of the book, which was so boring I wanted to put it down, and way too bad to actually be written by Brandon Sanderson.4 stars for the rest of the book, which was the best part of the Second era of Mistborn by far.5 stars for Steris. In a world of disappointing characters hardly even comparable to the legends from the time of the Final Empire, this girl stands out as a shining beacon of perfection.5 stars for the epilogue. I saw it coming about three books ago, and it's [...]

    16. Spoiler free review because I'm not entirely heartless.You know how hard it is to write a review for a book that you love. I know some of you has experienced this so I’m sorry in advance because this review would be an incoherent rambling of a lunatic.330 years after that “shit that went down” on the Hero of Ages, Scadrial ( formerly known as the Land of Abundant Ashes) is now teeming with electricity and technology. Technically, just imagine the love child of Victorian Era and Wild Wild W [...]

    17. Ladies and gentlemen, let me present to you, a master of sequels, action scenes and "the last 20%". Mr Sanderson, please take a bow!Talk about taking it to the next level! The only sequel of Sanderson's which fell short for me was The Well of Ascension; this one however suffers no such disinclination. Bands of Mourning relived some of the epicness of the initial trilogy while still maintaining the tone of a detective story coupled with a grand adventure more suited to this era. And in the vein o [...]

    18. Dammit! Why didn't I have more willpower?! I know a lot of Sanderson fans are waiting for this trilogy to be finished before they would even start. I smugly jumped in , deep in my early gratification, thoroughly enjoying the books. BUT NOW IM SORRY! Because there is soooo long to go for the next one!This was brilliant and also making me very excited about the third era of trilogies that there will eventually be. I am of course not going to be including spoilers but I will say that I felt very di [...]

    19. I began the first trilogy knowing nothing and then being blown away. I started the second trilogy going, "Huh?", but eventually warming to the interesting characters and setting. After all, the magic system still rocked and turning the series into a western wasn't *that* far out of the realms of possibility.I wasn't blown away by book 4. I thought book 5 was a good deal better, enjoying the dialog between Wax and Wayne more and more and thoroughly enjoying the thread of lost love and evil gods ( [...]

    20. This third instalment in the second era Mistborn series proved to be the best yet! It was fast paced and stuffed full of action, mystery, humor, romance, cool magic, and shock developments. Sanderson once again succeeded in keeping me fully engaged and entertained for the duration of the story. All our favourite characters were back. This time on a quest to seek out the bands of mourning, the legendary metalminds of the Lord Ruler, and they are not the only ones hunting the prize as the nefariou [...]

    21. What is better than the concluding book of a Mistborn trilogy? Discovering at the end it is really the third book in a quadrilogy!OK, bad jokes aside, this was another phenomenal addition to the Cosmere pantheon of stories. Not hat anyone should be surprised by this, this is Bandon Sanderson we are talking about here writing in arguably his most popular series. Calling that a home field advantage is like saying the humans had a home field advantage against the martians in The War of the Worlds. [...]

    22. 4.5/5 starsOut of all the 3 books available so far in Wax & Wayne stories, this is definitely the best one. While reading the last 30% of this book, I seriously wondered how the hell does Sanderson keeps on coming with all these new ideas? I mean seriously, genius is an understatement at this point.In Bands of Mourning, he showed the potential future for Mistborn franchise and believe me, it will be huge and after reading this one, I'm full with confidence all of them will maintain their gre [...]

    23. Sanderson siempre lo consigue. Siempre. Bueno, casi siempre, tiene sus momentos en los que baja a cuarta o incluso a tercera. Pero por lo general, siempre tiene el acelerador pisado a fondo. Logra, de una manera brillante e inexplicable, mezclar acción épica, comedia desternillante, romance apasionante, misterio, religión, misticismo y fantasía y engancharte en todas y cada una de las páginas, obligándote a no soltar el libro hasta alcanzar el final.Fui uno de los que salió levemente dece [...]

    24. I'm so happy I loved this! I was worried after calamity that I wouldn't like this one as much, but I thought it was fantastic. These character make me crack up so much, and I can't wait to see how their story will "end."

    25. This review will be split into several parts, organized by spoiler level. If you do not meet at least a given level of spoilers, do not read that section. I'm really very serious about this. For the Sanderson-uninitiated:If you read fantasy, or talk to people about fantasy, or have followed me for a while, you've heard of this guy. Bands of Mourning does all the things Sanderson is famous for: it has fast-paced action, carefully applied rules of magic, expansive worldbuilding, and engaging chara [...]

    26. via GIPHY“I just had my long-held assumptions about someone shattered in a brief moment. I’m wondering if every person I pass has similar depths, and if there’s any way to avoid the mistake of judging them so shallowly that I’m rocked when they show their true complexity.”After reading the last novel in the Mistborn series, Shadows of Self, I was a little down hearted mainly because it didn’t have the wow factor like the original trilogy. I can tell you now I felt the same about this [...]

    27. Por las dudas aclaro que esta reseña no tiene spoilers.There's always another secret. Esa frase resumiría más o menos este libro. La primera mitad de The Bands of Mourning, aunque me duela decirlo, me aburrió. Tiene partes que me resultaron bastante pesadas. También me parece que hubo demasiada acción. Sé que otros van a encontrar eso como un punto a favor, pero yo prefiero que un libro tenga una base calma que me permita entender mejor a los personajes en ese momento. Con tanta lucha eso [...]

    28. Don't you just love when you find a story that clicks with you on every level? And it's not like it's a perfect story, or even all that objectively amazing, but it's the perfect story for you? That's totally this series for me. I loved the Mistborn books, and I SUPER LOVE the Stormlight Archive books (still my favorite thing Sanderson has written, and I've now read nearly all of his massive and steadily growing output), but these Mistborn Alloy Era/Wax and Wayne books have been such a treat from [...]

    29. Good book, but could have been better. I think the author just got a little carried away with his world building and was a little short on plot and character because of it. Two things that I really like about this book are that when Sanderson makes a magic system for a world, he never really adds on new abilities to fit the story as far too many fantasy authors seem to do. Instead he takes what he already has and uses it in a new and interesting way, which makes the same stuff seem new and excit [...]

    30. What can I say that I haven't said before? The author is brilliant, the whole series has been and continues to be amazing and the main characters are absolute gems. I love the little developing romance between Maxillian and Steris, I am constantly surprised by the fantastic world building and then there is the story. What an ending! We had dinner late tonight because I just could not leave the book in order to attend to such mundane things as cooking. Okay, enough said. I think I have made my po [...]

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