The third book in the Mistborn Trilogy was amazing. It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole entire time. I was unsure what was going to happen. I kept making assumptions or guesses about what I thought was going to happen and then I would end up being wrong. The ending was bittersweet because there are some intense and sad things that happened but at the end of the day the ending was amazing and left you with hope.
What I really liked about this book was Sazed’s struggles with religion. He went from being hopeful and believing all the different religions of his time to losing hope and questioning/disbelieving the different religions that were out there. Sazed’s struggle with religion was something that I could relate to quite a bit and I like how Sanderson ended up resolving that conflict.
This trilogy might be my favorite fantasy trilogy out there. I plan on reading as much of Sandersons work as I can. I gave this book 4 out of 5 stars. It’s only a four because there were a few parts where it did drag on a bit.