Hey, you! 📘📘
Summer has come to an end and we're back to regular programming. But first a question - Why does a 2-month vacation always feel shorter than a week of work?!? That, I would love to know!!
Anyways, we had our book club discussion 2 days ago and as usual it was so much fun.
For the months of July and August, we read the fantasy Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. Normally, this is not a book I would pick on my own and to be honest, I don't know much about the fantasy genre.
At first, it was difficult for me to get into the book. To try to figure out what was going on. To remind myself that this was a fantasy. But I thought that the language was relatively simple so it was easy for me to understand and immerse eventually into this fantasy. It uses really basic vocabulary which isn't a bad thing. In this case, I'd rather read something direct and simple.
Unfortunately, this is not a book for me. Luckily, it wasn't so bad that I couldn't finish and all in all, this was a fun read with original ideas and some fun fights. But by the end of the book, which was more or less satisfying, I was ready for this to end. I know that this is a series but fortunately, I don't feel obliged to go on and read the other books in the trilogy.
⭐ = 2.5 / 5
Have you read Mistborn: The Final Empire, What did you think of it?
Book Club Questions:
What is the significance of the title?
Would you have given the book a different title? If yes, what would your title be?
What were the main themes of the book? How were those themes brought to life?
What did you think of the writing style and content structure of the book?
Are there any books that you would compare this book to? How does this book stack up against other fantasies you've read?
Have you read any other books by this author? How would you compare them to this selection?
Which character did you most relate to and why?
Which character would you invite out for a drink?
Who was your favorite character? Why?
What misting power would you prefer?
What would you choose between Allomancy or Feruchemy?
Do you think Vin is mentally stable?
What is Elend's place in the morality of his rape of a ska girl? Should he be held accountable?
Which plot twist took you the most by surprise?
What are your thoughts on the lord rulers final words "You don't know what you've done. You've doomed yourselves"?
Would you rather live under the Lord Ruler's control and protection or would you rather overthrow him in favour of an unknown government?
What was the biggest question that you would like answered in the next books?