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    review The Burning White Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks Review copy provided by the publisher—Orbit—in exchange for an honest reviewEpic engaging well written and

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    The Burning White Free E–pub Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks review The Burning White Meh So I really enjoyed how this series started It had an interesting and complex magic system a complex main character with tons of apparent hidden depth not Kip Gavin and it challenged your assumptions in interesting ways However as the series wore on the things that I enjoyed about this series got shoved into the backseat and we were subjected to less interesting characters unnecessarily convoluted plot twists and se

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    Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks The Burning White Free E–pub There are few books let alone series that I would agree to re read at the drop of a hatThis is one of themI have so much fun so much respect for the sheer audacity the roaring plot lines the twists and the reveals even the funny ass uips that I usually ignore or gloss over any ACTUAL problems I might have had with the writing Or the original choice to make so many of our MCs so freakishly morally ambiguous So

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    The Burning White Free E–pub Expected publication Fall 2019

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    Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read The Burning White Free E–pub I had such high hopes for this series but alas at the 11th hour the series pivoted HARD to religious allegory where God so

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    The Burning White Free E–pub Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read review The Burning White This was one of my favorite fantasy series The Burning White was a terrible ending to that 34s of the way through the book the Judeo Christian g

  7. says: The Burning White Free E–pub Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks review The Burning White

    The Burning White Free E–pub It took me a couple of days I think it was over 900 pages but I am finished and I loved it That is how you write a finale all my uestions were answered and all my favourite characters had a fair share of the act

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    The Burning White Free E–pub disappointedThis series went from what I thought was going to be one of my very favorite series of all times to something I'll never read againWhat a fucking letdown The book was really slow going and there's so much deux ex machina so many bait and switch moments so many boss fights that were basically nothing and worst of all too much thinly veiled christian bullshit view spoilerThe entire book comes down to a salvati

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    review The Burning White The Burning White Free E–pub Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read Of all the things that die hope is the most easily resurrected Unlike most fans of this series I didn't wait for years for this book to be published for that I'm glad I initially started reading this series last year I savoured and rationed it till a few months ago when I finished the fourth book even at that it felt like I've been waiting

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    The Burning White Free E–pub This book gets weirdly religious all of a sudden This being a fantasy series you'd expect at least a creative take on religion but nope what you get here is a thinly veiled sermon on Christian theology with deus ex machina galore uite disappointing

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review The Burning White Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read In this stunning conclusion to the epic New York Times bestselling Lightbringer series kingdoms clash as Kip struggles to escape his family's shadow in order to protect the land and people he lovesGavin Guile once the most powerful man t. Meh So I really enjoyed how this series started It had an interesting and complex magic system a complex main character with tons of apparent hidden depth not Kip Gavin and it challenged your assumptions in interesting ways However as the series wore on the things that I enjoyed about this series got shoved into the backseat and we were subjected to less interesting characters unnecessarily convoluted plot twists and sections that just draaaaaagged pretty much all of Gavin s chapters post Ru But still the series had set up some interesting uestions as of the fourth book and I was hopeful we d see a satisfying resolution in the final entry Andwe didn t Not really It s not nearly as bad as Night Angel s conclusion but the series is also much better written than Night Angel but it felt cheap and uninspired in a lot of ways Most notably Gavin sDazen s whole journey felt cheap and culminated in a LITERAL deus ex machina Dazen s most interesting characteristic has been how intelligent he is how he sees the truth behind broken systems and turns it to his advantage how he s a manipulative bastardbut also an essentially good person trying to do his best in a crapsack world The turnaround towards the end of this book where Dazen recovers his faith by literally meeting god and then having accepted god gains magical powers beyond anything he had previously possessed feels both jarring and inappropriate to his character In fact the literal presence of god in this book is IMO a terrible writing decision which trivializes most of the things that characters do because you get a strong sense that everyone has been moved into their allotted position by divine intervention in order to enable success Similarly a god did it is the answer to entirely too many uestions What is the blinding knife and what does it do Whatever god wants it to apparently What is the secret behind the Chromeria s corruption Oh they ve been killing children to maintain their power for centuries because god decided to stop creating natural prisms and left his mortals with the choice to either 1 trust in an apparently capricious god to provide them with a solution or 2 make horrible sacrifices to keep the world from sliding into chaos due to color imbalances this book REALLY can t decide whether it wants people to be adults who solve their own problems or children who pray and wait for god to save them How the heck did kip survive the Glare a god did it Many characters have abortive and unsatisfactory arcs Andross is a terrible human who never shows a shred of remorse or any inclination to change and his punishment isto feel like he got handed his ultimate prize rather than winning it fairly the book spends entirely too much time trying to humanize him and largely IMO fails Liv is almost completely pointless as a character from start to finish in the series honestly The Order is never adeuately explained in light of what we learn about lucidonius and orholam clever applications of hard magic are replaced by miracles and soft magic The attractive aspect of chromaturgy to me was that it was a well defined system of magic with well defined rules that was treated or less like a science by the characters in the setting That goes out the window in this book and instead of clever uses of the various colors we see great tides of white and black luxin being used to smash the enemy with brute force We see willcasting being used in ways that are inadeuately explained why the heck does the mirror array work like it does We see lightwells generating light in ways that are inadeuately explained We see kip justfigure out out of nowhere that the bane are disabled by complementary colored light why and how do you disable the yellow bane when purple is not considered an actual color and has no associated luxin Somehow in the last book of the series the author has decided to trade the hard magic system he s or less stuck with for the first four books for soft magic bullshit and it does not work Dazen s story is inadeuately resolved because in the endwe spent 2 freaking books reading chapters from the POV of a character that never even existed I defended the Blood Mirror s reveal on the basis that Andross was a lying bastard Dazen was the most unreliable of narrators and because basic narrative structure demands that you do not waste your readers time by tricking them with chapters full of material that isn t just misleading but is actually false Finding out that Gavin was in fact dead all along Andross was telling the truth and those chapters were literally just the author lying to the audiencethat was terribly disappointing In fact a core issue I have with this book is how straight it plays all of it s major reveals For a book series built around carefully subverting expectations and making you rethink assumptions this was a distressingly by the numbers note to end on Most of the plot revelations in this book are literally narrated to the audience by god himself we also get that most lazy of writing devices where a POV character knows the secret but declines to share that with the audience so that it can get exposited to us later for maximum shock value The immortals subplot is poorly explained and ends on a super anticlimactic note And so on Really just a disappointing conclusion to the amount of buildup and complexity this series had It deserved better than to end with a dull and predictable final battle between good and evil

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review The Burning White Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read He world had ever seen has been laid low He's lost his magic and now he is on a suicide mission Failure will condemn the woman he loves Success will condemn his entire empireAs the White King springs his great traps and the Chromeria its. I had such high hopes for this series but alas at the 11th hour the series pivoted HARD to religious allegory where God solves all the problems Dues Ex Machina rules the day and the author is interested in giving you a sermon than an ending that makes senseMild spoilers to follow This series seems to follow in the footsteps of other popular Fantasy series with overt religious themes Mistborn Narnia etc inserting parables to create a mash up of Christian allegory and Fantasy In this case it s off putting because it comes out of nowhere undermines the character arcs that have been building for the entire series and removes all tension from what had been a slow and masterful build up to an epic final battle For the first 4 books of the series the characters were acting through their own agency according to their individual motivations and religion was a background detail that helped flesh out the world All that is thrown out in the final 13 of the final book as Religion comes roaring to the forefront and hijacks the plot All characters become pawns in Gods plan in some cases literally taking his orders and in all cases succeeding ONLY because of his intervention Why did we even need these characters story arcs God did it all himself with the characters just proxies that were destined to win due to divine assistance The ending lost all sense of tension when it became clear that God was going to make sure the good guys win and had been manipulating everyone throughout the entire series We were all expecting brilliant save the day twists from the Guile family who have time and again gotten out of impossible situations relying solely on their wits None of that happens No brilliant twists The twist is God is real and he s going to wave his hand and make sure the Good Guys win By the way the literal definition of Dues Ex Machina comes from the tradition in ancient Greek plays where a God would show up and fix all the problems that the writer was not able to get the characters out of and that s exactly what happens in Lightbringer This series ends with a LITERAL textbook definition of Dues Ex Machina Also funny uestion DID God really makes sure the Good Guys really did win The only real difference between the Good Guys and the Bad Guys seems to be which gods they re worshiping The Good Guys have a pretty terrible system and the very worst of them ends up back in charge at the end So yay Remember the interesting magic system with well defined rules That takes a holiday and now anything is possible if God is literally holding your hand The author pours a bucket of Dues Ex Machina all over his magic system as Gavin and Kip are suddenly capable of WAY than has ever been hinted at and black and white luxin can do whatever the story reuires them to do to save the day Everyone gets to be Jesus Gavin gets his Jesus scenes Kip gets his even obvious Jesus scenes I mean Kip literally ends up chained to a cross rolls eyesWe also get Judas Zymon being irritatingly predictable We get Angels the Immortals We get Fallen Angels that redeem themselves at the last moment Sea Demons And of course we get the Biggest Bad of them all Satan Abaddon All under different names of course but the parallels are very very obvious and clearly intended to be so The author WANTS you to know that this is a Christian allegory and he springs it like a trap with no warning Also everyone gets a happy ending because God hands out miracles like candy on Halloween Only some people get fully healed some people get partially healed and some people don t get healed at all Not very fair when everyone sacrificed to a similar degree and it s obviously within his power to heal everyone All the religious argle bargle is fine if that s your cup of tea or magic coffee but I resent being tricked into reading what I thought was Fantasy when it was really the authors long and very sneaky build up to a religious sermon Yes the religious elements were always there but in the background and there were no hints that they would become all encompassing and blow up the entire series at the very end Honestly it s as if a completely different author wrote the last third of the bookPublishers please make a sub category of the Fantasy genre Religious Fantasy Books like these need to be marketed as such so that they can be avoided by readers who don t want to be preached at Had I known I would have avoided the series and been the happier for it Such a huge and disappointing turn for what could have been and up to this point WAS one of the best modern Fantasy series

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review The Burning White Free download Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Brent Weeks Brent Weeks ì 7 Free read Elf is threatened by treason and siege Kip Guile must gather his forces rally his allies and scramble to return for one impossible final standThe long awaited epic conclusion of Brent Weeks's New York Times bestselling Lightbringer serie. It took me a couple of days I think it was over 900 pages but I am finished and I loved it That is how you write a finale all my uestions were answered and all my favourite characters had a fair share of the action Of course it was GavinDazen who I was really waiting for and his pages were than I had hoped for At last we got the real back story of his childhood and it was an eye opener Andross also got a giant s share of the book which he spent being well being Andross His part at the end was unexpected for me anyway Weeks chose to write the book by leaving each chapter on a cliff hanger and moving to a different set of characters and their point of view of the current action This freuently caused much suspense and resultant frantic reading to get back to where things had been left off It was actually a very hard book to put down and the housework has suffered accordinglyI am going to miss Gavin Guile and the rest This was a great series and one I may well go back to one day

  • Hardcover
  • 992
  • The Burning White
  • Brent Weeks
  • English
  • 11 October 2020
  • 9780316251303