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Oathbringer

authors: Brandon Sanderson (2017)
series: The Stormlight Archive #3
date read: 2018-11-10
pages: 1248
lists: fantasy
rating: β˜… β˜… β˜… β˜… β˜†

Oathbringer shows how intensely Brandon Sanderson can deliver payoff to >1k pages long story archs. There are several moments where I was so invested in both the characters an the story, that the ongoing action made me emotional – we get to see our share of drug problems, depression, psychic breakdowns, all from characters that have a lot of history and have come a far way. Finally getting all the backstory on Dalinar, and seeing his development, were definitely worth the read – but I really wish that this Brandon could make this payoff possible in thinner books. Only a bit, mind, but the Stormlight Archives do tend to be … lengthy. And despite the length, somehow we never get to see how the main cast react to drastic events and revelations. It’s weird – but it’s still good (sometimes: great) fantasy.

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