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  1. Yes, I have read all of the cosmere books, and yes, I know TLR is actually Rashek. But the way that the book is written makes the obvious assumption that TLR is the Hero, and I thought it was very clear from early on that that was the case, and it's meant to be a twist at the end that Alendi isn't TLR. At least that's what I've always felt
  2. By which I mean, why is it marketed as "This is a world the chosen one failed" instead of "this is a world where the chosen one became a great evil himself"? I found it very obvious that the Lord Ruler was the chosen one, so.I imagine it's not really a spoiler, and the latter is just as marketable as the former. So I was just wondering why its marketed as the chosen one failing
  3. No. He was around during Adonalsium's shattering, back when Autonomy was just a normal woman. He was one of her comrades.
  4. I doubt either of them are going down anytime soon. Nale is possible, but unlikely. I think Mraize is out of the question. There are too many unknowns for him to die anywhere near this soon
  5. So I've ended up putting everything else on hold in favor of just focusing on Republic of Thieves, since it's a library book. I'm probably gonna try slowing down the amount of books I'm trying to read at once (Hence why I haven't started Game of Thrones, Murder of Roger Ackroyd, and And Then There Were None despite getting them all for Christmas). I'll probably read the ones I've already started at my own pace all at the same time after Republic simply because they're not rentals so I can afford to. But after that, I'm probably only going to stick to 1-3 series at once
  6. I doubt Zahel's gonna die. At least not before Nightblood releases.
  7. Okay, so I'm not the only one absolutely lost. Good.
  8. I don't think any of the main Radiants will die this book. I think that if any of them die, it will be in Stormlight 5.
  9. Went and finished the rest of Red Seas Under Red Skies. Good book. Not as good as the original, perhaps, but still good. Very curious to know where it's going to go from there, and I will likely be starting Republic of Thieves tomorrow
  10. So I'm gonna be forced to stop reading Red Seas Under Red Skies since it's a library book, it's almost due, and someone's holding it so I can't renew it. So that's unfortunate, considering it's the book I'm enjoying most and I'm only half through and I doubt I'll be able to finish it over the weekend unless I spend literally all of my time on it.
  11. Yeah, the problem was just that the first few chapters was mostly just introductions and descriptions of the town. Not to say that that's not important, I just thought it was a tad too slow for my liking. Now that something's actually started happening, it's become a lot easier to read.
  12. One chapter later, it picked up a lot, lol
  13. Yeah, the one thing I know about the series is that there is one book later on where the only thing that happens in it is just people reacting to events in the previous book. Maybe part of the problem is that I'm reading a lot of faster paced books (Gentlemen Bastards, Hero, and Dresden Files notably), and I'm very taken in by the writing style of The Hobbit, so the slow start of Eye of the World along with it just having a standard writing style makes it comparatively harder to read when I could be reading any of those other books.
  14. Well, I'm mostly talking about the first few chapters. I'm on, like, chapter 4.
  15. And how about Eye of the World itself? How much would you say it picks up?