I'm so excited to read this. I'm only a quarter into my reread of Oathbringer, sadly, and I made the tough decision to finish that first. I made the decision before Amazon suddenly took Whispersync away from the series, but alas, I was committed by then.
I'm still undecided whether or not I'll wake up for that release party.
Amazon claims there is a problem with my credit card, and refuse to give me the Kindle version of my book.
I have tried to add another credit card. I have tried to remove all the cards and add them again. I tried to buy the book again directly from the Kindle shop.
Still claim to be a problem with my payment. I am extremely annoyed. This card worked previously this year.
And, it has given me the audiobook version, thought that account is based on amazon.uk... So maybe I am forced to only listen to this book :cry
Yes, my physical book may arrive in a few days. But I am leaving for rehabilitation in a few days, and the book is large and may not fit in my trunk :cry
So far, I am underwhelmed. I feel like the whole first part of the book was just a way to catch up to what has happened in the year that has passed. Shallans triple personality is scary. I wonder, is the things she is hiding from "just" the murder of her mother and the friend, or is it something more? It looks like we are doing a typical Sanderson book, everything will go crazy in the last part.
Yeah, honestly, not one of Sandersons better books. It's not bad, and I may feel different reading it again, but I found it a bit predictable. If Venli had ended up powering the Tower again, but both types of Light, THAT would have been unexpected.
And Lirin definitely need to get over himself. I suspect there is a lot of hurt behind his conviction though. Something to do with Hesina's family.
Most of this book seemed to lead up to the main event, which will happen in the NEXT book :tug
For a long period in this book I was just thinking oh, get ON with it already. Especially Adolin's trial.