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[Brandon Sanderson] The Rithmatist [world of darkness Book] PDF

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Read The Rithmatist ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook review × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Brandon Sanderson The Rithmatist Brandon Sanderson's New York Times bestselling epic teen adventure is now available in paperbackMore than anything Joel wants to be a Rithmatist Rithmatists have the power to infuse life into two dimensional figures known as Chalklings¬†Rithmatists are humanity‚Äôs only defense against the Wild C. Listened to this one on audio vainly hoping beyond hope that I might finally read a Brandon Sanderson book I don t like so I can feel better about myself as an author But no I enjoyed this book as much as any of his Good worldbuilding just as you d expect from Sanderson And a clever detailed magic system Good mystery surrounding the world And I really like that things aren t easy for the protagonist Everything doesn t just fall into his lap He wants things at the beginning of the book and at the end of the book he still wants them He has some hope now because he s learned about the world but some of his greatest desires are still not just unattainable but seemingly impossibleLooking forward to the next one in the series

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The Rithmatist

Read The Rithmatist ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook review × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Brandon Sanderson Halklings Having nearly overrun the territory of Nebrask the Wild Chalklings now threaten all of the American IslesAs the son of a lowly chalkmaker at Armedius Academy Joel can only watch as Rithmatist students learn the magical art that he would do anything to practice Then students start disappearing kidnappe. deep sighSo I ve read 14 full length novels and 2 novellas by Brandon Sanderson and this is the one that didn t do it for me My one glowing positive is that once again Sanderson presents his readers with a fascinating magic system Think Chalk Zone with violenceRithmatists are a chosen elite trained from a young age charged with protecting civilization by way of breathing life into mathematically intricate chalk sketches These sketches rely on the precision intent of the artist and I really enjoyed the illustrations in the book that made this system feel that much real Unfortunately I can t say much for the rest of the book Despite the allure of the magic system I still never found myself putting down roots in this world It may be because the complexity of the chalk magic didn t mesh well with the simplicity of the other elements in the story Joel is a 16 year old student at a prestigious academy with a student body that has integrated Rithmatists and regular kids He is passionate about Rithmatic study though he has no abilities of his own Melody is 16 year old Rithmatist with a uirky personality seems to be a bit of a redheaded stepchild in the Rithmatist community at the school I guess I don t mind either of these characters but something about both of them seems incredibly derivative I just felt as though I d met them countless times before in other works The most noteworthy aspect of their friendship is that it s just that a friendship It s nice to see a Young Adult story where two main characters of opposite gender can just exist without a shoehorned kissing scene but otherwise I don t see myself thinking about either of them much past the time it takes me to write this review Speaking of the genre something about this book felt very Middle Grade That s probably not a negative for the general reader but me I m not really a fan of Middle GradeJoel Melody could ve just as easily fulfilled their roles if they were 12 or 13 In fact I think I would ve enjoyed the story a bit if the protagonists had been younger because the plot felt so much like something out of Percy Jackson and the Olympians or The Children of the Red KingI suppose it was the atmosphere than anything else It was like one of the early Harry Potter installments in that the plot wove itself around a mysterious occurrence at a magical school which is then solved by children in tandem with a handful of adults who are clearly segregated into good adults and bad adults I found myself yawning through most of the book The story was written with all the skill we can expect from Sanderson but I did not feel as compelled as I normally do to stay engaged with the developments Long conversations mostly annoying banter between the MC s had me feeling utterly boredThe last 10% of the story finally shows off the excellent magic system in some great action seuences that held my attention pretty well but as far as the mystery goes I wasn t surprised by the time I reached the conclusion I m not saying I guessed what would happen in specific details but my reaction was a very weak Oh yea ok No fight scenes What can I say sometimes you connect with a book sometimes you don t I ve had excellent luck with Sanderson s other works but this one just couldn t sweep me off my feet

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Read The Rithmatist ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook review × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Brandon Sanderson D from their rooms at night leaving trails of blood Assigned to help the professor who is investigating the crimes Joel and his friend Melody find themselves on the trail of an unexpected discovery one that will change Rithmatics and their world foreverA New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of 201. Pre read reaction October 2011I have only a vague idea what it s about But it s by Sanderson so cue droning robot voice I will read it I must read itNowIf an author came to me and said I have a great idea for a magic system These guys called Rithmatists draw in chalk on the ground and their chalk drawings have power They can draw chalklings which can be given instructions Some chalklings can actually injure people especially the wild chalklings Those guys are dangerous I would tell this author Have you lost your mind Chalk bad guys Ooooh scary I m shaking in my boots here Oh wait I m actually not And I m also not wearing boots cause it s summerAnd I would be wrongJoel the main character has always wished he were a Rithmatist although he knows he can t be He s studied Rithmatic lines and knows about them than many Rithmatists So when a few Rithmatists are kidnapped Joel inserts himself into the investigation and proves helpfulThe kidnapping mystery though interesting wasn t even the best part of the book And I don t believe there was enough information given to the reader at least not for this reader to figure out what was going on before everything was revealed toward the end I would have preferred to have a chance at guessing the ending But that s fine I still loved the book The ending did a good job of tying up all the threads in the story and introducing a new thread to be explored in a seuelThroughout the book without overwhelming the reader Sanderson presents Rithmatic principles that help us understand his magic system in better detail the book includes renderings of some Rithmatic defenses as well as chalklings drawn by some of the Rithmatist characters While I imagine some people might flip right past the renderings which I don t think would make the book any less enjoyable I examined each one Sanderson put so much thought and detail into this magic system that I couldn t help being dragged along for the rideEven before reading this book I was a fan of Sanderson s Now I m just awed

  • Kindle Edition
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  • The Rithmatist
  • Brandon Sanderson
  • English
  • 24 June 2017
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