Dawnshard: From The Stormlight Archive
  • Dawnshard: From The Stormlight Archive
  • Dawnshard: From The Stormlight Archive
  • Dawnshard: From The Stormlight Archive
  • Dawnshard: From The Stormlight Archive
ISBN: 125085055X
EAN13: 9781250850553
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 9, 2021
Pages: 304
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Perfect novella
We love the characters and culture of Stormlight Archives and this story was perfect for that. It's a great addition to your library. I can't wait to see how Sanderson weaves in The Lopen's progression in Rhythms of War, I loved it.
 
5
   Well worth the time
The book was fun and written well. Excellent author The story is really woven. Highly recommend! Brandon is one of the well thought out authors.
 
5
   he done it again
sanderson has once more released a book that anyone can read and enjoy, and hardcore fans will love the book about the easter eggs. It is worth your time.
 
5
   200 pages
What can be done in 200 pages is amazing. A satisfying story in a short story. Don't skip this part of the series. You are going to regret it.
 
5
   " There is some good in this world Mr. Frodo, and it's worth fighting for."
I appreciate this one more than most, because of my love for seafaring voyages and similar tales. I've found that the human spirit cherishes stories of adversity. I think that life is full of adversity and that no one will ever survive without it. Part of a good story is instilling a belief in the reader and hope in the characters. This is better than any author I've read.
 
5
   Gotta love theStormlight Archive.
I like the writing style of the author. He takes you on a journey after hooking you in quickly. I have read all of the cosmere books. I have to revisit a few scenes in order to get back to the rhythm of the war. It is the only Stormlight book that I have not read twice.
 
5
   More Stormlight fun!
It's time to leave it to Sanderson to add more depth to the universe. I loved every moment of it! The focus on Lopen made this a very enjoyable read. I will be thinking about it for a while as I watch Rhythms of War.
 
5
   Never disappoints
The best writer is Sanderson. Ever. It's what I mean. It will never happen. Dawnshard makes me wonder what the Nightwatcher did to him. His boon made him write like he does.
 
5
   Cool
This was a good primer for Rhythm of War. There is an Easter egg that I think is very cool. It is a solid story that advances the cosmere more than Stormlight, but I am interested to see how it all plays out. In time, a full review will be posted.
 
4
   Good Read
It was nice to get more from her, I enjoyed the snippets of her we got in other books. The story was moving quickly and was interesting. If you like the other Stormlight books, then you should read this as well.
 
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