From the bestselling author of The Stormlight Archive comes a new, epic fantasy. In Oathbringer, Brandon Sanderson introduces readers to the world of Roshar through the experiences of Dalinar Kholin, a warlord and brother to kings, who bears the scars of half defeats and full triumphs. Ruled by highprinces and warrior-emperors, menageries of animals filled with arcane power roam . . .and die in spectacular displays of violence. Yet Paladins wielding fabulously powerful Shardblades can barely protect themsevles.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who loves a good, epic fantasy.
- The book is very well written, the action scenes are thrilling and the characters are interesting.
- It’s a great epic fantasy adventure that will keep you hooked until the end.
- The worldbuilding is fantastic, and it’s one of those stories where you can really lose yourself in the world.
- The book is very long, at 1,200 pages
- The world-building is extensive and can be complex to follow
- Brandon Sanderson’s writing is lyrical and detailed
Learn more about the author
Brandon Sanderson is the bestselling author of The Stormlight Archive and, previously, such novels as Elantris and Warbreaker. He has also written a number of shorter works, including Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians, another Wrinkle in Time adaptation coauthored with Michael Johnston called Calamity), five volumes in the Mistborn series (Mistborn: The Final Empire; Mistborn: The Well of Ascension; Mistborn: The Hero of Ages ; Alloy Of Law; Shadows Of Self) and the SF novel Legion. He lives in Utah.
“Oathbringer is a must-read for any fan of high fantasy. Sanderson once again proves himself to be a master of the genre, delivering an epic story that will leave readers wanting more.”
“The Oathbringer is another fantastic book in the Stormlight Archive series. If you are a fan of epic fantasy, then I cannot recommend this series enough.”
“Brandon Sanderson has a real knack for taking epic fantasy and turning it up to 11. The world-building is intensive and impeccable, the characters are complex and realistically flawed, the action scenes are heart-poundingly visceral, and the plot is full of jaw-dropping surprises.”
“The long-awaited third book in Brandon Sanderson’s Stormlight Archive series was worth the wait. Oathbringer is a brilliant and complex novel, with an intricate plot and fascinating characters. I can’t wait to see what happens next.”