- Tress of the Emerald Sea
- Twelve Kings in Sharakhai
- The Lost Metal
- The Sword of Kaigen
- The Ninth Rain
- Dresden Files: Summer Night
- Dungeon Crawler Carl
- The Wandering Inn
- Yumi and The Nightmare Painter
- Gardens of the Moon
- Elric of Melniboné
- One Piece
- Sunlit Man
Fun Cosmere book, not for everyone, reminiscent of The Princess Bride.
I really loved this book; it's one of the most fun Cosmere books Sanderson has written. The humor might not land with everyone, but it’s a wholesome, mysterious seafaring adventure that I adored.
Epic fantasy, character-driven, set in an oppressive desert landscape.
The story is very character-driven, and I found most characters, especially Cayada, to be unique and compelling. It's refreshing to find a world that’s not the typical medieval fantasy but has depth.
Conclusion to the Wax and Wayne series, ties in many Cosmere elements.
I’m heartbroken but satisfied with this conclusion. It’s one of the funniest Cosmere books I’ve read, and it’s perfect for ultra Sanderson fans. It makes me very excited for the future of the Cosmere.
Mixes sci-fi and fantasy, unique world-building with giant bats and Elven vampires.
I was captivated by the unique mix of sci-fi and fantasy elements. The world-building is weird and wonderful, filled with giant bats and Elven vampire-like creatures that are just so intriguing.
Influenced by the movie Your Name, involves a unique magic system.
It’s hard to choose between this book and 'Tres of the Emerald Sea'. There were cringy moments but also some that blew my mind. The romance Sanderson built was something I really appreciated.
Malazan Book of the Fallen series, richly imagined epic fantasy.
I’ve been introduced to one of the most vast realms I’ve ever read, and it’s so immersive. It’s a bit overwhelming but in a good way, as the mystery and myriad of characters keep me deeply engaged.