The Alloy of Law: A Mistborn Novel - Brandon Sanderson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0575105828 / Author: Brandon Sanderson / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2011-11-10 by Gollancz
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by - written on 03/09/13, updated on 05/09/13 (Very useful, 7 readings)
'The Alloy of Law' is supposedly a sequel to Brandon Sanderson's acclaimed Mistborn series, although it is perfectly possible to read and understand it without having read the original series. Set in the same world of Scadriel, technology has moved on several hundred years, but magic is very much still a part of this world, giving the book an almost steampunk-like feel. The story focuses on Wax Ladrian, heir to a mighty house, who has so far eschewed his fortune and lived out in the Roughs, trying to maintain peace and justice in a lawless area. Wax is both an allomancer and a feruchemist; he can burn the magical powers stored in metals when he swallows them, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Brandon Sanderson's 'Alloy of Law' takes place 300 years after the events of his original Mistborn Triliogy, (The Final Empire, The Well of Ascension and The Hero of Ages). With the original trilogy being mindblowing, I had high expectations for this book; Brandon had a lot to live up to! Luckily he succeeded and has created a good progression book for the series. Lord Waxillium Ladrian (a decendant from Breeze, a character from the first books) is the head of a noble house, with hundreds of people depending on him for employment. We are introduced to him in the Roughs (a lawless desert landscape with an abundance of criminals) where we understand he has left ... Read the complete review
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