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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Firefight by Brandon Sanderson

The #1 New York Times bestseller and sequel to Steelheart—a novel that James Dashner called “fantastic.” Brandon Sanderson, the author of Words of Radiance, coauthor of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time series, and creator of the internationally bestselling Mistborn trilogy, presents the second book in the Reckoners series: Firefight. And don’t miss Calamity, the exciting conclusion to the Reckoners series available now!
    David Charleston has lived for one purpose: to kill Steelheart, the supremely powerful, seemingly invincible Epic who murdered his father. Now Steelheart is dead and David is beginning to question everything that he—and the world—understands about the superhumans they call Epics.
    David’s suspicions are the reason he follows Prof to the flooded city once known as New York. But what he finds there could be what ultimately ends him. The truth might just burn deepest of all. . . . @goodreads 




David and the crew is back, although some of them take a back seat in this book because a few go to Babylon Restored.

David, Tia, Prof are the ones that go and leave Abraham and Cody behind with Edmund. I love Abraham and Cody so much.

Anyhoo, the crew are going to meet with some other Reckoners to try to take out Regalia. She's another epic that wants to cause trouble since the death of you know who. She has an epic named Obliteration who is super bad and there are some other randoms.

I forgot to say our crew meets up with Val, Mizzy and Exel (the other reckoners) and there is an underwater bunker thing and it's awesome.

Regalia herself deals in water so this is a great water epic. What fun it was! Although, Obliteration is blowing everything up for her so it's like water meets fire!

And Megan (Firefight) is in the city as well and things are looking up. Yassssssssssssssss!

There are some revelations! Are there not always revelations? There are some deaths. Aren't there noalways some deaths? There were some good times and bad times. I'm not going to ask again =)

I loved this book and I was so happy to have Megan back - BUT - I really hope one of the bad things doesn't stay a bad thing in the next book. <--- I'm always sooooooo cryptic, or stupid, however you want to look at it =D

Anyway, I love Sanderson, I'm loving this trilogy and I hope all goes well in Calamity! 



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