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Words of Radiance (The Stormlight Archive, #2) (edição: 2014)

de Brandon Sanderson

Séries: The Stormlight Archive (2), Cosmere (10)

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The war with the Parshendi moves into a new, dangerous phase, as Dalinar leads the human armies deep into the heart of the Shattered Plains. Meanwhile Shallan searches for the legendary city of Urithuru, and Kaladin, leader of the restored Knights Radiant, masters the powers of a Windrunner.
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Título:Words of Radiance (The Stormlight Archive, #2)
Autores:Brandon Sanderson
Informação:Tor Books, Kindle Edition, 1088 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
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This book is... fantastic. But so hard to describe. I believe that for some people it could be too long, too descriptive, too detailed, too slow. But for me, it was everything.

I love how the story just continues. Sometimes with books, you have the feeling that the characters are doing things just because the author wants them to. Here it felt different. Like story is written by somebody, who watched it all happened, it feels... real somehow. As with Way of the Kings, there are less mind-blowing plot twisters than in others Sanderson's book, but the whole book makes live the story with the characters. I can completely relate to Sanderson's book, even though the universe (well, the whole Cosmere) is completely different to our own world. His heroes have faults. They are troubled. They screw things up. They have to endure mockery from regular people and the harsh events of their world. You breathe with the characters and cry when they (supposedly) die. And you are like "did they really die, or will they appear somewhere again, triumphant a glorious?" There is always another secret.

I have to say, that I absolutely loved the scene, where Kaladin and his men learned how to ride a horse. So similar to my own experience, when I was a kid trying to get the horse to move. So funny. So ridiculous, so true.

I tremendously enjoyed how different worldhoppers are involved in this series (and as I read more and more of Sanderson books, it's easier to spot them and enjoy how the worlds of Cosmere are linked).

I really appreciated how each of the (potential) Radiants had a different path of getting their powers, how each of their life stories were diverse. For example, Kaladin has yet to learn some things, that come to Shallan naturally, but she has yet to master some other aspects. It feels much more natural this way. None of them are OP character, that can do amazing stunts from the beginning. They have to get there and the way is never easy.

And hearing "Hello, would you like to destroy some evil today?"... oh my. If you read Warbreaker, you'll understand.

What was a little bit negative for me, were the interludes in this book. Some of them were relevant and all of them were interesting, but as I wanted so badly to learn how the main characters will deal with what's coming, I had to pressure myself not to skip them. ( )
  MargaretGwen | Apr 23, 2021 |
This book is... fantastic. But so hard to describe. I believe that for some people it could be too long, too descriptive, too detailed, too slow. But for me, it was everything.

I love how the story just continues. Sometimes with books, you have the feeling that the characters are doing things just because the author wants them to. Here it felt different. Like story is written by somebody, who watched it all happened, it feels... real somehow. As with Way of the Kings, there are less mind-blowing plot twisters than in others Sanderson's book, but the whole book makes live the story with the characters. I can completely relate to Sanderson's book, even though the universe (well, the whole Cosmere) is completely different to our own world. His heroes have faults. They are troubled. They screw things up. They have to endure mockery from regular people and the harsh events of their world. You breathe with the characters and cry when they (supposedly) die. And you are like "did they really die, or will they appear somewhere again, triumphant a glorious?" There is always another secret.

I have to say, that I absolutely loved the scene, where Kaladin and his men learned how to ride a horse. So similar to my own experience, when I was a kid trying to get the horse to move. So funny. So ridiculous, so true.

I tremendously enjoyed how different worldhoppers are involved in this series (and as I read more and more of Sanderson books, it's easier to spot them and enjoy how the worlds of Cosmere are linked).

I really appreciated how each of the (potential) Radiants had a different path of getting their powers, how each of their life stories were diverse. For example, Kaladin has yet to learn some things, that come to Shallan naturally, but she has yet to master some other aspects. It feels much more natural this way. None of them are OP character, that can do amazing stunts from the beginning. They have to get there and the way is never easy.

And hearing "Hello, would you like to destroy some evil today?"... oh my. If you read Warbreaker, you'll understand.

What was a little bit negative for me, were the interludes in this book. Some of them were relevant and all of them were interesting, but as I wanted so badly to learn how the main characters will deal with what's coming, I had to pressure myself not to skip them. ( )
  MargaretGwen | Apr 23, 2021 |
This one annoyed me less than Book 1. Things made more sense now that I had enough context clues as to what things meant. I still found myself confused from time to time, but it wasn't as bad.

I'm never sure if Kaladin annoys me. It'll be interesting to see how his character develops. ( )
  purenightshade | Mar 5, 2021 |
The first book was filled with so much world building that it was hard to keep track of everyone. The second book was incredible because you’re already fully immersed in the lives of all the characters and now they are finally interacting! I love Shallon’s story. This book brings together so many of the plot lines that have been building. So many questions are answered. Now I can’t wait to read the next one.

“Jasnah had once defined a fool as a person ignore the information because it disagreed with desired results.” ( )
  bookworm12 | Feb 15, 2021 |
Brandon Sanderson writes really good books, of which this is another ( )
  dntbrsnbl | Dec 30, 2020 |
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The war with the Parshendi moves into a new, dangerous phase, as Dalinar leads the human armies deep into the heart of the Shattered Plains. Meanwhile Shallan searches for the legendary city of Urithuru, and Kaladin, leader of the restored Knights Radiant, masters the powers of a Windrunner.

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