Mitosis by Brandon Sanderson | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Audiobook? It’s a Brandon Sanderson story, so Mitosis, a short story set between Steelheart and Firefight is bound to be good. Also? This was free on Audible and a little over an hour long and makes the perfect listen while I am contemplating my next full length audiobook. What’s The Story Here? […]

Steelheart | Brandon Sanderson | Book Review

Is it my lucky year or what? Brandon Sanderson has not ONE but TWO books coming out this year for the young adult market. I’ve read both and you guys, Sanderson has cemented his place in my heart as one of my favorite fantasy writers EVER. What I love about his works is that he […]

The Rithmatist | Brandon Sanderson | Book Review

I am forever and always a fangirl of Brandon Sanderson. There are very, very few of his books that I have not read yet, not including the Wheel of Time books that he wrote when taking over for the deceased Robert Jordan. You guys, this dude, this writer has an AMAZING imagination. He builds these […]

Legion Brandon Sanderson Audiobook Review

Novellas totally do not get enough love here on Good Books  & Good Wine and that kind of sucks because novellas are awesome. They are quick to read and usually unencumbered by bogged down prose, but straight to the point and the action. Like, in a novella you truly do have to cut the crap in […]

Waxillium Ladrian: Fully Licensed Bad Ass

Brandon Sanderson is totally a fist pump author, meaning I can’t read one of his books without fist pumping a little, especially if allomancy is involved. I love when authors revisit universes they have created. The Alloy Of Law, Sanderson’s latest, returns to the world and magic system of allomancy imagined in the Mistborn trilogy, only it’s about 300 […]

The Well Of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson | Book Review

Warning: Minor spoilers for Mistborn, but nothing you couldn’t figure out on your own if you had more than two brain cells to rub together. The Well Of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson is the second book in the Mistborn trilogy. You can catch up on what happened in the first book, Mistborn by clicking here. […]