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Awakening [Reading] ➿ Awakening Author Brandon Sanderson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Trained from birth in swordplay and combat, a young knight named Siris has journeyed to the Dark Citadel with a single purpose fight through the army of Titans to face the tyrannical God King in one o Trained from birth in swordplay and combat, a young knight named Siris has journeyed to the Dark Citadel with a single purpose fight through the army of Titans to face the tyrannical God King in one on one combat This was his father s sacred mission, and his father s before him, going back countless generations in an effort to free their people from enslavement But when Siris somehow succeeds where all those from his bloodline previously have failed, he finds himself cast into a much larger world, filled with warriors and thieves, ancient feuds and shifting alliances, Deathless immortals and would be kings His quest for freedom will take him on an epic journey in search of the mythical figure known as the Worker of Secrets the one being in the world who can unravel the secrets of the Infinity BladeBased on the bestselling video game from ChAIR Entertainment and Epic Games, this all new adventure from acclaimed fantasy author Brandon Sanderson digs deeper into the fantastical world of Infinity Blade, a world of mystery and intrigue where magic and technology are indistinguishable, and even life and death are not what they seem.

    Download Book Best Sellers in PDF format into a much larger world, filled with warriors and thieves, ancient feuds and shifting alliances, Deathless immortals and would be kings His quest for freedom will take him on an epic journey in search of the mythical figure known as the Worker of Secrets the one being in the world who can unravel the secrets of the Infinity BladeBased on the bestselling video game from ChAIR Entertainment and Epic Games, this all new adventure from acclaimed fantasy author Brandon Sanderson digs deeper into the fantastical world of Infinity Blade, a world of mystery and intrigue where magic and technology are indistinguishable, and even life and death are not what they seem."/>
  • Nook
  • 102 pages
  • Awakening
  • Brandon Sanderson
  • English
  • 07 January 2018

About the Author: Brandon Sanderson

Brandon s major books for the second half of are The Dark Talent, the final volume in Alcatraz Smedry s autobiographical account of his battle against the Evil Librarians who secretly rule our world, and Arcanum Unbounded, the collection of short fiction in the Cosmere universe that includes the Mistborn series and the Stormlight Archive, among others This collection features The Emperor s Soul, Mistborn Secret History, and a brand new Stormlight Archive novella, EdgedancerEarlier this year he released Calamity, the finale of the New York Times bestselling Reckoners trilogy that began withSteelheartBrandon Sanderson was born in in Lincoln, Nebraska As a child Brandon enjoyed reading, but he lost interest in the types of titles often suggested to him, and by junior high he never cracked a book if he could help it This changed when an eighth grade teacher gave himDragonsbaneby Barbara HamblyBrandon was working on his thirteenth novel when Moshe Feder at Tor Books bought the sixth he had written Tor has published Elantris, the Mistborn trilogy and its followup The Alloy of Law, Warbreaker, andThe Way of Kingsand Words of Radiance, the first two in the planned ten volume series The Stormlight Archive He was chosen to complete Robert Jordan s Wheel of Time series sThe Gathering Stormand sTowers of Midnightwere followed by the final book in the series, A Memory of Light, in January Four books in his middle gradeAlcatraz vs the Evil Librariansseries have been released in new editions by Starscape, and his novellaInfinity Blade Awakeningwas an ebook bestseller for Epic Games accompanying their acclaimed Infinity Blade iOS video game series Twonovellas,Legionand The Emperor s Soul, were released by Subterranean Press and Tachyon Publications in , and brought two young adult novels,The Rithmatistfrom Tor andSteelheartfrom DelacorteThe only author to make the short list for the David Gemmell Legend Award six times in four years, Brandon won that award in for The Way of Kings The Emperor s Soul won the Hugo Award for Best Novella He has appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List multiple times, with five novels hitting the spotCurrently living in Utah with his wife and children, Brandon teaches creative writing at Brigham Young University.



10 thoughts on “Awakening

  1. Lady Luna. ✨ Lady Luna. ✨ says:

    3.5 5I like peach cobbler Definitely like peach cobblerAs you all know I m a mega Sanderson fan and will read anything and everything he has produced So reading Infinity Blade was like receiving a big warm brain hug I loved it am truly glad it existsWeak Dizzy A little peckish Siris hesitated Peckish Sure You know, like something has pecked you Isn t that what the word means It means hungry, he said flatlyThis story is based on an IOS game called I 3.5 5I like peach cobbler Definitely like peach cobblerAs you all know I m a mega Sanderson fan and will read anything and everything he has produced So reading Infinity Blade was like receiving a big warm brain hug I loved it am truly glad it existsWeak Dizzy A little peckish Siris hesitated Peckish Sure You know, like something has pecked you Isn t that what the word means It means hungry, he said flatlyThis story is based on an IOS game called Infinity Blade The book is a continuation of what happened in between game 1 2 However I feel you really don t need to play the game before reading The book is basically about a boy named Siris who defeats the God King who is actually an immortal, after defeating the God King taking the Infinity Blade, Siris begins to be hunted by the God Kings minions it s literally like one big brawl, like Siris can take on 8 people at once Pretty unrealistic but totally badass.Things I liked about this book The pacing was extremely fast It was action packed How humorous it was Like I laughed out loudthen once Siris character character development The AMOUNT OF FOOD REFERENCES Call me crazy but I love food I also love books, so when my two favourite things are combined it equals HEAVEN The storyline was pretty cool BS wrote it therefor it s a masterpiece and written by the hand of God himself.Things I didn t like The choppy writing The ending I hate cliffhangers Sometimes the book was extremely confusing for a simpleton like myself.I feel like shooting myself for having a dislike list Seriously it s blasphemy, however it wasn t perfect like some of his other books and definitely wasn t a favouriteI ll trade you my very nice dictionary for this sword, I assume he asked, taking a drink from his canteen Nonsense The sword is worth farthan that I ll throw in a pair of penis Siris nearly choked, sputtering through the water.Isa looked at him, frowning A pair of them, eh Siris asked, wiping his chin Wow Must have cost you a lot Isa, looking confused, pulled two pens out of her saddlebags They were quite pricey, but are very nice You are still laughing I see One pen, two penis NoRecommended to all Sanderson fans

  2. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    2.5 stars This was a strange little interlude of a novella It doesn t begin at the beginning and it doesn t end at the end It s like a weird little experiment that doesn t quite work.So the important thing to know about this story is that it s a literary connector between two Infinity Blade swords and sorcery video games, transitioning you from the end of the first game, when a young swordfighter named Siris has fulfilled his lifelong mission of killing the tyrannical God King, to the start 2.5 stars This was a strange little interlude of a novella It doesn t begin at the beginning and it doesn t end at the end It s like a weird little experiment that doesn t quite work.So the important thing to know about this story is that it s a literary connector between two Infinity Blade swords and sorcery video games, transitioning you from the end of the first game, when a young swordfighter named Siris has fulfilled his lifelong mission of killing the tyrannical God King, to the start of the second game, where I would guess Siris and his newfound frenemies go on a quest to find and do stuff And maybe kill the God King for realsies this time.What s the point of this novella I don t even know Well, I guess I do know try to capitalize on Sanderson s reputation to drawpeople into the video game series, and give the gamers somethingto flesh out the games There are some interesting moments here, with glimpses of past technology shrouded in mystery and ignorance, and the ending has a twist that I wasn t expecting, which almost made me want to keep reading whatever comes next But Too much reliance on what happened in the video game, before the time the book starts, left me feeling pretty much non invested in this world and the main character and whatever is going to happen to him, particularly with the limitations of the novella length Some readers have enjoyed this even without being familiar with the Infinity Blade video games, but for me it just didn t work I can t recommend it, other than to those already familiar with the games or the overall story Oh, and onething You know how people try to turn video games into movies or books, but it still feels like you re watching reading a video game Yeah That.I m rounding up to 3 stars because I just can t quite bring myself to give it 2, but it was thisclose

  3. TS Chan TS Chan says:

    This was the first time that I ve read a book based on a video game It s not so much as a story written on the game itself like Assassin s Creed butas a bridge between, i.e filling up the story events between Infinity Blade I and Infinity Blade II I ve not played the games so was completely unfamiliar with the world The story was written in the manner that I ve come to expect from Sanderson Effortless writing that flows without weighty verbosity, he has a knack of painting a scene w This was the first time that I ve read a book based on a video game It s not so much as a story written on the game itself like Assassin s Creed butas a bridge between, i.e filling up the story events between Infinity Blade I and Infinity Blade II I ve not played the games so was completely unfamiliar with the world The story was written in the manner that I ve come to expect from Sanderson Effortless writing that flows without weighty verbosity, he has a knack of painting a scene with words and I felt that the moment I read the Prologue It was not difficult to imagine the exact scene re enacted as a trailer of a video game The touch of humour laced throughout the narrative made the read evenenjoyable Sanderson was also able to draw upon the existing worldbuilding from the game and make it sound like his own He also managed to flesh out the character of Siris, the main protagonist, and make him relatable You feel for him at the loss of his childhood and purpose in life after he achieved what he was born and raised for While his simple and short diary entries seem funny, they also evoke a sense of pathos for this young man who had not known anythingthan fighting Definitely glad that I ve finally read this even though it s not exactly the creation of Sanderson s own genius It was a short read, but engaging and fun

  4. Deborah Obida Deborah Obida says:

    Amazing Better than expected I just have one problem with this book, its just not long enough, a 100 pages is just too damn short.Even at that BS did his usual magic.Worldbuilding, writing, plot, great characters are all in this Don t even get me started on the magic system, it was amazing and original.The dialogue between Siris and Isa is just the bestI ll trade you my very nice dictionary for this sword, I assume he asked, taking a drink from his canteen Nonsense The sword is w Amazing Better than expected I just have one problem with this book, its just not long enough, a 100 pages is just too damn short.Even at that BS did his usual magic.Worldbuilding, writing, plot, great characters are all in this Don t even get me started on the magic system, it was amazing and original.The dialogue between Siris and Isa is just the bestI ll trade you my very nice dictionary for this sword, I assume he asked, taking a drink from his canteen Nonsense The sword is worth farthan that I ll throw in a pair of penis Siris nearly choked, sputtering through the water.Isa looked at him, frowning A pair of them, eh Siris asked, wiping his chin Wow Must have cost you a lot Isa, looking confused, pulled two pens out of her saddlebags They were quite pricey, but are very nice You are still laughing I see One pen, two penis No

  5. Caleb M. Caleb M. says:

    My first goodreads buddy read with a couple of awesome people Thank you TS and Luna You guys are awesome This is a perfect example of Sanderson not being able to do any wrong I think one of the reasons Sanderson is such an impressive writer is because he is constantly pulling and stretching himself to do new and different things all the time This book he decided he was going to write based on a video game And an iPad game at that Granted it was a huge iPad game, but still never thought My first goodreads buddy read with a couple of awesome people Thank you TS and Luna You guys are awesome This is a perfect example of Sanderson not being able to do any wrong I think one of the reasons Sanderson is such an impressive writer is because he is constantly pulling and stretching himself to do new and different things all the time This book he decided he was going to write based on a video game And an iPad game at that Granted it was a huge iPad game, but still never thought I would see big name Sanderson do a book like this.Well the short version is he nailed it Knocked it out of the park What a fun story this was about a young man named Siris He was the Sacrifice and instead of dying like he was supposed to, he slayed the God King Now he goes back to the town and nobody wants him there The poor guy is confused and hurt and tries to find himself from there The banter between Siris and Isa is just so much fun In a lot of ways it is reminiscent of Wax and Wayne from Era 2 of the Mistborn books It s different to be sure, but expect some giggles and smiles along the way For me this book had the perfect amount of seriousness and humor The story is not a light one and there are some serious duels that are fought, but Siris and Isa are still able to crack jokes after all is said and done.In typical Sanderson style there is a bit of a magic system here and to me it is very impressive I m not going to get to into it, but I was super impressed with how he made a magic system out of things that you come across in the game It was melded together beautifully And not just that, but every time there was a duel it was the same thing, you could see how they came up to each other just like in the game Wonderful.My one complaint about this book was the ending I haven t read a Sanderson book yet where he leaves things on a massive cliffhanger He usually wraps everything up nicely with some questions unanswered if he plans on writing , but there is a super satisfying ending Not so with this book Which in a way makes sense, this book was a gap between this first game and the second, so I m sure that the second iteration of the game picks up right where this dropped you.This is a pretty easy recommendation For anybody It s short, it s well written, it s a lot of fun and worth the time spent on it And other than the cliffhanger ending you will enjoy the twists and turns the book takes to get there

  6. Tina ➹ the girl who lives in Fandoms (Book.Enchantress) Tina ➹ the girl who lives in Fandoms (Book.Enchantress) says:

    3.5 Silver Starsfirst half I was confused what was going on then I gently comprehended the whole story.fascinating ending.I think a re read will reveal all the parts I got confused.the literature how it was written epic, but sometimes confusing.anyhow, it was a bit too bloody for me.World building 5Writing style 5Characters 5Plot 5Idea 5 3.5 Silver Starsfirst half I was confused what was going on then I gently comprehended the whole story.fascinating ending.I think a re read will reveal all the parts I got confused.the literature how it was written epic, but sometimes confusing.anyhow, it was a bit too bloody for me.World building 5Writing style 5Characters 5Plot 5Idea 5

  7. Andy Angel Andy Angel says:

    This novella shows why Brandon Sanderson is one of the best storytellers of his day and will be for many years to come The story is a filler between two video games but, most importantly, you don t need to have played the game to be able to enjoy the story Set in a fantasy setting with strong science links, it is the story of Siris, trained from childhood for only one purpose to be the sacrifice who will travel to the dark citadel to fight the immortal God King It begins with the unthinka This novella shows why Brandon Sanderson is one of the best storytellers of his day and will be for many years to come The story is a filler between two video games but, most importantly, you don t need to have played the game to be able to enjoy the story Set in a fantasy setting with strong science links, it is the story of Siris, trained from childhood for only one purpose to be the sacrifice who will travel to the dark citadel to fight the immortal God King It begins with the unthinkable Siris returns to his village after killing the God King and taking his sword His people are not willing to accept their freedom so send him away and Siris sets off on a quest for the answers, starting with a return to the Dark Citadel The characters are well written and interact well together, the banter is good and the author draws a vivid picture with his words My only downer on this is that it is only going to be a one off I really didn t want this to end and would love to go back and find outabout Siris and Isa and the quite amazing TEL what a creation he is Well done again Mr Sanderson

  8. Mogsy (MMOGC) Mogsy (MMOGC) says:

    I probably would have enjoyed thisif I was familiar with the iOS mobile game, or the Infinity Blade franchise in general As it were, I ve never played it, I don t even know the first thing about it, so I was not surprised at all at how often I felt lost while reading this and at the many questions I had after I finished.I admit I picked this up because it was penned by Brandon Sanderson But despite being written by one of my favorite fantasy authors, I didn t find anything too impressive I probably would have enjoyed thisif I was familiar with the iOS mobile game, or the Infinity Blade franchise in general As it were, I ve never played it, I don t even know the first thing about it, so I was not surprised at all at how often I felt lost while reading this and at the many questions I had after I finished.I admit I picked this up because it was penned by Brandon Sanderson But despite being written by one of my favorite fantasy authors, I didn t find anything too impressive about this novella The franchise isn t Sanderson s own creation so he obviously had certain limitations to work within and guidelines to follow I could tell he wasn t stretching out as much as he could with his writing talents, possibly due to the fact that he didn t have his usual freedoms.I m proof that this book is readable even if you don t play or if you are not a fan of the game, but a lot of it will end up being confusing As this short story is meant to be the bridge between the first Infinity Blade and its sequel, it is really meant for those who wantbackground into the story of the game it s based upon

  9. Tessy Ijachi Tessy Ijachi says:

    One of my favourite novellas ever I love that plot twist at the end.

  10. Sajeev Krishnan Sajeev Krishnan says:

    It has been long since i visited the fantasy genre, got turned off of it thanks to JK Rowling and the steaming pile of dog shit she called the deathly hallows But i played Infinity Blade on the iPhone which almost seems open ended and storyless like an RPG version Punch Out, but the comparison is just the gameplay, one on one arcade style fighter Comparison on any other level would be unfair since Infinity Blade is one of the most beautiful games i have seen for the iPhone.Given that the It has been long since i visited the fantasy genre, got turned off of it thanks to JK Rowling and the steaming pile of dog shit she called the deathly hallows But i played Infinity Blade on the iPhone which almost seems open ended and storyless like an RPG version Punch Out, but the comparison is just the gameplay, one on one arcade style fighter Comparison on any other level would be unfair since Infinity Blade is one of the most beautiful games i have seen for the iPhone.Given that the developers do not have the luxury of making a full fledged game with elaborate cutscenes and complex gameplay on such a limited platform, i can definitely say that this book novella adds that missing dimension Most elements of the game are tied in perfectly and leads into an ending that would serve as a springboard for the next installment, Infinity Blade II The role this book plays in the Infinity Blade universe is also my criticism towards it It brings a lot of potential to the series and consequently a lot of expectations as well I would like to see the book standing out on its own, with the game being the add on , i.e the game playing out major action scenes from the book as opposed to the book filling up missing plot points from the game.Brandon Sanderson is an incredible story teller and i would really like to see him, chair entertainment and epic games turn this into a modern day classic like the Lord of the Rings

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