The Stormlight Archive Book Guide

The Stormlight Archive is an epic fantasy series by Brandon Sanderson. For fans of fantasy and world building novels like The Lord of the Rings, this is a novel that was meant for you. Dive into the world Sanderson has created and see what the novels in the series have to offer.

The Stormlight Archive Summary

The king of Alethi, Gavinar, is killed by an assassin in white who defies the rules of physics. He was hired by the Parshendi and killed on the night when the two people were about to sign a treaty. This leads both of these people to a war that is fought in the Desolated Plains.

The Way of Kings book cover
The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

Powerful weapons such as Shardblades and Shardplates, enhanced weapons and only a few in existence, are used in battles. Dalinar, the brother of Gavinar, is leading the battle against the Parshendi but has been getting visions of Odium and the Voidbringers.

Characters

Kaladin is a former slave who has found his way into the army and tries to lead his group Bridge 4 and save them from being killed.

Shallan is a young woman who is wants to apprentice under Jasnah and save her family at any cost.

Dalinar tries to unify the highprinces and prepare for the battle that is to come against the voidbringers.

The Stormlight Archive Book Order

  1. Book One: The Way of Kings
  2. Book Two: Words of Radiance
  3. Book Three: OathBringer
  4. Book Four: Rhythm of War

The Stormlight Archive Books

The Way of Kings

Szeth-son-son-Vallano is a Shin man that has to follow the commands of whoever possesses the orb. He is instructed to kill the king of one of the mightiest nations, Alethkar. Szeth has powers such as surgebinding that were once possessed by the Knights Radiant who are no more. Along with his powers, Szeth also is the owner of an Honorblade, which makes him difficult to defeat and an effective assassin.

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Words of Radiance

Kaladin and his friends and his soldiers of Bridge 4 are bought out by Dalinar. Now, Kaladin is responsible for protecting Dalinar and the king. But Kaladin’s feelings for the lighteyes makes him not trust any ligfhteyes including Dalinar for fear of being betrayed again. Besides his new job, Kaladin is learning to use his newfound power to aid him in his battle against the Assassin in White.

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Oathbringer

The Desolation has finally arrived and Dalinar Kholin and the Alethi army have fought off the Voidbringers and have transported everyone to Urithiru, a tower high above the mountains. An Everstorm that blows in the wrong direction threatens to destroy humanity and the parshman slaves have all rebelled and joined the enemy army.

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The Stormlight Archive

Oathbringer: Book Review

We continue the journey with book three in the Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson; OathBringer. Find out what happens after the Voidbringers finally return. Oathbringer Summary The Desolation has finally arrived and Dalinar Kholin and the Alethi … Continue ReadingOathbringer: Book Review

Rhythm of War

To Be Added

Book Five

To be released

Conclusion

This series is a long one and Sanderson is still writing new books at the moment. The world building is unparalleled and there is nothing like it. The most amazing thing to me is that Sanderson is writing multiple books and somehow is able to still churn out books at an amazing rate.

If you like epic fantasy, then this is your cup of tea. A lot of great fights, twists, characters, and villains. There is a lot happening at all times and you never know what to expect. I will be reading the fourth installation in the series within the next three months but until then, you can read the reviews for the previous three. Happy reading!

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6 thoughts on “The Stormlight Archive Book Guide

  1. Michelleintel says:

    I have been wanting to start this but think I really need the print version. I purchased the audio for a trip and just couldn’t follow

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    1. Ahaqir says:

      It might be too long for audio. There’s a lot of plot development that makes the book long which I would imagine to be dull with audio

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