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u/Ethancordn · 3 pointsr/brandonsanderson

Thank you for this recommendation, my reading straddles fantasy and literary fiction so to find a writer who does both is a great thing. Do you think her Inheritance trilogy is a good place to start?

Also for some reason Amazon UK has a copy of The Awakened Kingdom on sale for £999, wow, haha

u/jmoney747 · 7 pointsr/brandonsanderson

Per Amazon:

Product Description
An all-new Stormlight Archive novella, "Edgedancer," will be the crown jewel of Arcanum Unbounded: The Cosmere Collection, the first book of short fiction by #1 New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson.

The collection will include nine works in all. The first eight are:

“The Hope of Elantris” (Elantris)
“The Eleventh Metal” (Mistborn)
“The Emperor's Soul” (Elantris)
“Allomancer Jak and the Pits of Eltania, Episodes 28 through 30” (Mistborn)
“White Sand" (excerpt; Taldain)
"Shadows for Silence in the Forests of Hell” (Threnody)
“Sixth of Dusk” (First of the Sun)
“Mistborn: Secret History” (Mistborn)

These wonderful works, originally published on and elsewhere individually, convey the expanse of the Cosmere and tell exciting tales of adventure Sanderson fans have come to expect, including the Hugo Award-winning novella, “The Emperor's Soul” and an excerpt from the graphic novel "White Sand."

Arcanum Unbounded will also contain the Stormlight Archive novella "Edgedancer," which will appear in this book for the first time anywhere. It is a story of Lift, taking place between Words of Radiance and the forthcoming Oathbringer.

Finally, this collection includes essays and illustrations for the various planetary systems in which the stories are set.

u/DealingWithIt127 · 2 pointsr/brandonsanderson

From what I've read?

  1. Oathbringer
  2. The Way of Kings
  3. Words of Radiance
  4. The Well of Ascension
  5. The Final Empire
  6. The Hero of Ages
  7. Elantris
  8. The Alloy of Law

    So you could read that as 1. Stormlight Archive 2. Mistborn 3. Other books

    This link is all the Mistborn books with the UK (Gollancz) covers, this is the trilogy with US covers. There is a boxed set of the original Mistborn trilogy somewhere, I've seen it in the UK versions (can't speak for the US, as where I live all the Sanderson books are sold with the UK covers).

    You'd have to buy the Stormlight Archive and other books separately though as I don't think they have boxed sets yet. Amazon and Book Depository are bound to have them, I'd recommend shopping around for the best price. I don't live in the US, so I can't speak for the retailers that exist over there.

    Edit: Yeah nah I got the order wrong
u/SiulOdracir · 3 pointsr/brandonsanderson

I just finished reading the Gentleman Bastards series, by Scott Lynch:

  1. The Lies of Locke Lamora
  2. Red Seas Under Red Skies
  3. The Republic of Thieves
  4. The Thorn of Emberlain (will be released in late september this year).

    After reading The Stormlight Archive, and Mistborn, a friend recommended me the Gentleman Bastards saga and I loved it. I'd say I liked it more than mistborn, and equally than The Stormlight Archive. Scott Lynch is also a great author.

    I enjoyed reading the Gentleman Bastards saga. The characters are complex, the fantasy lore is rich, not Brandon Sanderson-rich, but rich. The history is great. But I must say that I think Scott Lynch is very descriptive, I found difficult to get through because so much detail was offered.

    PS. Maybe we all could share our profiles. Seeing that we have similar tastes, we could see what others are reading.
u/SurlyJason · 3 pointsr/brandonsanderson

Lately I've been ruminating on the Dark Elf Trilogy. I read it years ago, but I liked it a lot. If I recall, I once saw u/mistborn at The Dragon's Keep, and he liked that trilogy too.

I hope sci-fi is okay. Most of the time it's fantasy set in a different era.

u/clayxa · 1 pointr/brandonsanderson

I didn't read the post properly and so was referring to the American one, BUT in order to rectify my mistake I have found some for you!

EDIT: Removed second link as realised it was discontinued. The amazon link is used. sorry :(

EDIT 2: WOW someone is selling one for £265:

EDIT 3: Another one for £265, wow.

u/I_Go_By_Q · 3 pointsr/brandonsanderson

Are you American? If so, this link might help:


Just make sure that under format “Mass Market Paperback” is the one selected

u/Beer_in_an_esky · 2 pointsr/brandonsanderson

Yup. I'm currently living in Japan, so excuse the gratuitous katakana, but down the bottom of this page it says paperback release is March 6th. Amazon then claims another week or two for shipping (I have a feeling it will be faster though).

(ペーパーバック, lit. pe-pa-bakku, means paperback)

u/crocsandcargos · 2 pointsr/brandonsanderson

FYI, there's a collection of previously published short stories and novellas (plus a new stormlight novella) being published in November:

u/marethyu316 · 1 pointr/brandonsanderson

Final Empire Mass Market - The older mass market books are still on Amazon, so make sure you're ordering the new ones.

Well of Ascension Mass Market - Not out until October 29th

Hero of Ages Mass Market- Out November 26th

u/Anatrok · 8 pointsr/brandonsanderson

The description says it's Mistborn, which in the US is the title. The subtitle The Final Empire is not found on the mass paperback, only the first edition cover.

u/PensiveOwl · 3 pointsr/brandonsanderson

Here you go! It is called Arcanum Unbounded: The Cosmere Collection and will be released on November 22, 2016.