The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

Words can’t describe how good this book is, so I’m going to go with WOW!! If you like reading Sci-fi and fantasy books then this won’t disappoint. So please go and pick it up. Anyway I’m going to get on with the review instead of me rambling on how good this book actually is 😁

When you start reading this book it does take a few chapters to get in to it and even if you think it isn’t going anywhere then just hang on. So please don’t put it down. You won’t be disappointed. The character and world building is amazingly and beautifully written.

Then something starts happening and you’re hooked and you won’t be able to put it down. Kaladin in this book has been written really well to the point where I just wanted to read his chapters alone. The other characters do make up for it so don’t worry. They’re all individually well written and gel together really well.

The book will have you on your toes and second guessing yourself to what’s happening. As Brandon Sanderson is an amazing writer you will never guess what is going to happen next.

You will literally be up till early hours in the morning without even realising it ( but that’s what caffeine is for right?) Hopefully you will have the kindle version as this is a hefty sized book.

I would give this book 5/5 it is that good and definitely worth the read. If you’re a Sanderson fan then you already know how good it’s going to be and if not please give this book a try.

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22 thoughts on “The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

  1. It seems like many fantasy writers excel at one particular theme in their writings. Some fantasy writers are amazing with world building and lore, but so much characterization. Some are great at characterization, but not as good at worldbuilding and lore. Brandon Sanderson is a national treasure for fantasy readers, being one of those rare breeds who excels at both world-building, lore, and characterization.

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  2. Aaaw I want to read this so much! I even predicted that it will be a 5-star read. I’m feeling relieved that you liked it and excited to finally read it! Your review sums up your feelings in such a delightful way!

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