Brandon Sanderson displays a habit of excellence


The Stormlight Archive is an epic fantasy series, slated to span 10 books

On 14 November, Oathbringer, the third book in the Stormlight Archive, was released and earned the number one spot on the NYT Bestseller list for hardcover fiction.

Brandon Sanderson tweeted that he was “humbled and honoured”, and thanked his “wonderful readers” for reading his book.

The 41-year-old fantasy author is best known for being the somewhat controversial choice to finish the late Robert Jordon’s Wheel of Time series after the author sadly passed away in 2007. It was Sanderson who said that the supposed final book would be too long, and decided to use three books to tie off the series.

Sanderson’s own works include Elantris, The Mistborn Series, Alcatraz, Warbeaker, and many others as well as the White Sands graphic novels.

His works are well known for their rigorous worldbuilding, in-depth magic systems, and a diverse cast of characters and creatures.

When not on tour around the world, creating weekly podcasts with other authors, or teaching creative writing, Sanderson resides in Utah with his wife and three children.

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