Wait till you get into The Way of Kings, to me this blows Mistborn out of the water.This is why I needed to read a shit book after Mistborn so that I "come back to reality" since the feeling were still strong so I wouldn't end up comparing every fanatsy book to Mistborn.
Now I can read Fantasy with ease (the after effects of Mistborn faded) and enjoy hem
I finally got over my reading slump due to to stress this weekend, and finished The Republic of Thieves. Again the book ended on a high note, making me wonder what was in store for Locke and Jean. It took a long while for me to understand Sabetha and relate to her, but by the end she grew on me and I understood her feelings more about not wanting things that are just there and you are used to them, but in the beginning I was totally put off by her behaviour and reactions. Of course no one really know when the next book is coming, apparently it's in limbo and has been delayed for a while...so yay me.
I also ended up reading Naomi Novik's Uprooted. It took me about 50 pages to get into the story, but it was worth it in the end. I couldn't put it down and finished it in about a day. It started of feeling like a typical YA type fairy tale fantasy, but ended up being more. I enjoyed it a lot and the plot kept moving at a fast pace. I think Ellen Degeneres is supposed to be making a film based on this, so I look forward to seeing it.