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Sovereign By: Listened to this while on a Sanderson-Kramer binge. In fact, at this moment in time, I think he is probably the best fantasy author in the business. This was only supplemented by the skilled voice acting of Michael Kramer. When the familiar and seemingly safe turns lethal, therein danger lies. Chosen by the Master in a mysterious inception ceremony, Rithmatists have the power to infuse life into two-dimensional figures known as Chalklings. A lighter story than my favourite Sanderson novels, but still one of my favourites.
If you liked Brandon Sanderson's books before, you will like this one too.
I don't know why, but I didn't expect great things from this book. The magic system seemed, quite frankly, a little silly. And it was a YA novel. It just seemed odd. But he does a phenomenal job with it.
Great, quick paced, page-turning story. Michael Kramer narrates beautifully.
You can tell it is written for young adults, but that doesn't mean he dumbed down his writing or over-simplified anything. It is still excellent fantasy. I'd recommend this book to anyone who likes sf, or just good writing in general.
The more I read by Brandon Sanderson, the more I respect him as an author. In fact, at this moment in time, I think he is probably the best fantasy author in the business. His work is consistently of high quality, his characters are realistic, his world building is outstanding, and his magic systems are unique, imaginative, and very well considered. On top of that, Sanderson is fast writer, meaning that he publishes multiple novels a year.
With all that said, I really enjoyed The Rithmatist. It is technically a young adult novel, but I hardly noticed. The only real differences between it and Sanderson's adult fiction is that it's shorter in length, the protagonist is 15 years old, and there's no romance.
None of that bothered me in the slightest. It's hard for me to pick my favorite thing about the novel, because I really liked it as a whole. However, the magic system was absolutely fantastic. In The Rithmatist, magical energies can be used for attack or defense by drawing shapes with chalk.
I thought that was a really cool idea, but I also really liked how Sanderson took it another step and developed a dueling system complete with rules and strategies.
Beyond that, I thought that Joel was a really good protagonist. Sure, he fits the typical "unlikely hero" motif almost exactly, but it's a classic trope that never gets old if done well. Joel is full of youthful exuberance and is easy to relate to. I liked how it was his intelligence that was his true asset and not magic. The world that Sanderson created was really interesting as well.
The story is set in a alternate United States somewhere around the beginning of the 20th century. I don't recall if an exact year was given.
It seemed like the story was going to fall into the Steampunk genre, but instead the world relies on magnets and magic for technological innovation. I really liked that, because, to be honest, Steampunk just isn't my favorite. Overall, the story was not overly complicated, but had enough mystery and suspense to move the plot along at a brisk pace and keep things interesting.
I liked this so much, I would recommend it to anyone even vaguely interested in speculative fiction. Not sure what the plans for this series are, but this is a pretty good start. Should point out right away that this is another "young adult" book, but one I enjoyed.
In the beginning of the story it's only 10 hours, btw I was skeptical - story seemed full of holes, and it also I know this is the kind of book my kids will LOVE - adding it to the list of books I'll be buying for them when they're old enough! And, while I think Sanderson should stay focused on his "Way of Kings" series, if a second one in this series comes out, I'll get it.
Michael Kramer is awesome, as usual. Any additional comments? I must be more picky than most people. With all the glowing 5 star reviews I was expecting something I'd give it 3 and a half.
First of all I was expecting a stand alone novel. This is clearly book 1 of a series. There are MANY loose ends and, without giving much away, even the main plot line of this story is left unresolved. I found the ending to be quite abrupt and unsatisfying. If I knew this was just the start of a YA series I would have passed.
I did find the magic system to be interesting and refreshingly unique. Again, we are teased with many mysteries regarding the rithmatic magic but most are never explained or resolved. On the positive side, the characters are well written although seem a bit too serious for teenagers. I find this in all of Sandersons writing in that none of his characters ever seem to show much humor or witty banter like the writing of Jim Butcher or Michael Sullivan.
For me this was good but not great. I don't think I will read the rest of the series. I've enjoyed Brandon Sanderson other works and as an adult I would not place this in his gems but it's enjoyable.
None of the major characters are flat; the motive of the "enemy" forces aren't clearly explain by the end they are hinted at being more complex than this book could hold. The rules of the Magic are if a little hard to imaged without a geometry textbook;they clearly explained in the PDF that comes with the Audiobook.
There appears to be one page in the PDF per chapter. If you have not heard Michael Kramer read a book then you are truly in for a treat. I personally believe he is one of the best.
He's voices never seem to strain his voice or my ears. There is very little gore and the actual death count is very reasonable at the end of the book you must however reach the end before you'll see.
While the 2 main student characters are set at 16; really though I felt they were a little younger. There is no overt love or girlfriend boyfriend theme that I remember from my own high school days. The book and story would appeal to a younger crowd. There is a "god" in this book but it seems to be more closely linked to the magic in the world than with morality.
Much has been said about how weird the "chalklings" are. I found them to be quite an interesting, new concept in magic, something that's hard to come by these days. Instead of using wands and casting spells, these people draw lines of power on the floor with chalk.
The evil chalklings are only 2-dimensional, but can still consume you. Otherwise, the story can be compared to many other kids-learning-magic stories. That's okay since it is a YA novel. There are several mysteries to be solved that have quite serious ramifications, and there are surprises in who is really bad and who is really good.
This is a fine story, but not as wow-tastic as Steelheart. One simplistic point is that the hero is known by,and friends with, nearly everyone, so he can pretty much go wherever, and do whatever he wants. The narration is very good. And there is an obvious sequel to come. Not fantastic, but decent entertainment. Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? Listened to this while on a Sanderson-Kramer binge.
The two or perhaps three, with Robert Jordan in the mix, or four because the duets with Kate are just as good were made for each other.
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