Book Review: Firefight by Brandon Sanderson

#2 – Firefight by Brandon SandersonFirefight by Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Action/Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Superheroes

Page Numbers: 427 pages

Dates Read: 1/9/15 – 1/14/15

Plot in three lines or less: In the aftermath of the last book, David finds himself wondering what he should do with the rest of his life. New Epics with mind-boggling powers are popping up, destroying people and cities left and right, and it’s up to David and The Reckoners to stop them.

New read or re-read? New read.

Would you read it again? Would you recommend it to others? Yes, I will definitely read this again, and would definitely recommend it to anyone. Because it’s Brandon Sanderson, of course. 🙂

Why did I pick it up? Anything new by Brandon Sanderson is read by me as soon as humanly possible. Considering this book came out two days prior to when I started reading, I’d say I’m doing pretty well.

Favorite Line: It’s not full of spiritual insight or great wisdom, or anything, but it was one of my favorite lines nonetheless: “My name is David Charleston. I kill people with super powers.”

Rating: 5/5

Other Notes: David has a tendency to try and explain things by using metaphors (that are actually similes, but that is neither here nor there). They are HYSTERICAL. So get ready to laugh out loud. A lot.

Grand Total: 112

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