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I read this book straight after Elantris and almost liked it even better. Again, the characters are complex and intriguing. The dialogue and wit is astonishing. It gives you food for thought.


[Y]ou don’t understand a man until you understand what makes him do what he does. Every man is a hero in his own story[.]

“Priests are always easy to blame. They make convenient scapegoats—after all, anyone with a strong faith different from your own must either be a crazy zealot or a lying manipulator.”

Sanderson on the Book:

With Warbreaker, one of the main things I’m trying to do is contrast it to Mistborn. To do something different, something that harkens a little more back to Elantris, with its three very different viewpoints.