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Nominal hero goes to Brit Porn stalwart Marc Rose as John Doe, out for revenge after King Jasper has his mother and brother's throats slit at a banquet.

Seems that Ryder is miffed at bro' s decision to get married without royal permission, and is loath to allow anyone to challenge his absolute power over his dominions.

Bush includes some brief action scenes and effective dollops of gore for beheadings and such while maintaining a healthy emphasis on XXX content.

One interesting motif is that two of the four lengthy sex scenes are threesomes in which one girl has natural big boobs and the other the once-fashionable fake big ones.

Aruba is the least familiar star, but I enjoyed her work in several films released by England's Harmony Films and JoyBear labels.

Also making his presence felt is Rob Diesel as Coral Drogus, a huge barbarian whose body-builder physique is enhanced in this role by his elaborate tattoos which, for once, actually fit the medieval role -almost like Maori body paint.

He's the lucky lug who gets to hump Aruba, playing Princess Jensen's hand maiden, and Jensen as well.

Final sex scene has Jensen humping Rose to show up their prisoner Ryder after forcing the King to agree to marry her, or else, setting up a fun surprise ending.

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I found the character of Shallan to be clever but boring and perhaps the author thought so too. A lot of pointless chapters, info dumps and stage direction littered this book with far too many words that broke up action sequences and dialogue which I found to be jarring.

I was really looking forward to this book. I wanted to like this book, but at too many stages I wanted to put the book down.

About a 5th of this book was brilliant and engaging — a real page turner, but sadly not enough for me to invest in continuing to read the series.

View all 6 comments. Jan 03, Caroline rated it really liked it. I did really enjoy this book. I'm gonna say that first because the fact that I gave a Brandon Sanderson book anything but five stars may be alarming to some people.

My only problem with this book the problem that stopped it from getting five stars was how long it took me to get into it. I found the first 70 or so pages to be a little confusing.

There was a lot of information and world building; there were a few big time and location jumps that I did really enjoy this book. There was a lot of information and world building; there were a few big time and location jumps that I found it hard to follow.

It was all a little jarring. I adore Sanderson's writing though. He's honestly brilliant and crafts worlds in a wonderful way.

I love Kaladin I think he is precious and must be protected at all costs. There are still moments where the world confuses me but honestly this was awesome and although Mistborn remains my favourite I am very invested in this series now!

On to part two! I pretty much flew through these pages and that surely is saying something. Even though this book was only part one of the Way of Kings it already set up the premise of a promising series.

In these almost pages most of it existed of world building and that's something that you need to take into consideration when you dive into this series.

That was also a reason why it took me a little time to get into this because it was a lot of explanations, but once I passed the page mark I was hooked.

I've already signed Kaladin's adoption papers and I don't want anything to happen to Shallan. I'm fascinated about the sprens and I'm curious to find about more about them.

I cannot wait to delve further into this world with the rest of the Stormlight Archives series. Mar 14, Bec becklebooks rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

Loved the world building, the character set up, the slow-burning development Very glad I got through this!!

I was going to give it 4. Don't read this in chunks - dedicate your time to it, absorb everything, and really enjoy that slow burn. It will be worth it, I promise.

It's so interesting and leaves me thinking but the pace Oct 07, Oana rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own , amazing-world-building , authors-i-like , war , epic-fantasy.

As the author indicates, this is not a complete story so I believe is best to give my review after part two. This was a bit slow so I am looking forward to the action that follows!

Dec 03, Literary Han rated it it was amazing Shelves: epic , fantasy , adult. An extraordinary first half of The Way Of Kings! Onto the second half!!

Sep 15, Thomas rated it it was amazing. Its been a while since I finished my last Cosmere novel and I was very keen to get back into it by starting The Stormlight Archive.

I decided to purchase it as two halves since I thought this would make it easier to read due the fact it was so large. I have to say I was very impressed by the first half.

Welcome to Roshar, a world of storms, stone and turbulence where war is about to devour the land. Mighty leaders on both sides of the war are equipped with Shardblades and Shardplate, ancient weap Its been a while since I finished my last Cosmere novel and I was very keen to get back into it by starting The Stormlight Archive.

Mighty leaders on both sides of the war are equipped with Shardblades and Shardplate, ancient weapons and armour granting near invulnerability to their users, left centuries ago by the ancient orders known as the Knights Radiant.

I was in two minds about the central protagonists to the storyline because Kaladin and Dalinar were absolutely fantastic for the duration, and I loved every moment of their chapters.

Shallan and Adolin I found more difficult to enjoy, a shame because I really wanted to bond with Shallan as a character early on, but she grated on me a little too much and I found her quite devious.

Adolin I found irritating, mostly because of his shallow attitude towards women, but then again, he shows an unquestionable love for his father which redeemed him somewhat.

One of the key aspects I enjoyed were the flashbacks that Sanderson incorporated because I think it made me understand Kaladin so much better.

Having read all previous Cosmere works written by Mr Sanderson, I was expecting a story of a high standard and thus far he is continuing to surpass all expectation.

A fully earned 5 stars, and I will be starting the second half of the novel immediately. Mar 07, Leonie rated it it was amazing Shelves: speculative-fiction.

Where do I start with this review? Brandon Sanderson is an engaging writer. I first encountered his work when he began the mammoth task of finishing Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" series.

His ability to write another person's work, in a way that still sounded like the other person, astounded me.

I'm a writer myself - and even writing my own work is difficult some days, but to represent another person's multitude of characters AS the other writer had, for so many books, takes a very clever write Where do I start with this review?

I'm a writer myself - and even writing my own work is difficult some days, but to represent another person's multitude of characters AS the other writer had, for so many books, takes a very clever writer.

Intrigued by this ability, I began to search out Brandon Sanderson's original works. Each book was enjoyable, and I became more and more impressed at his ability to create an entire original world, along with its associated societal values and mythologies.

Then I read "The Way of Kings" - and yet again, Brandon Sanderson had created another new world, literally from the ground up. The world building in this book is second to none.

Some readers don't enjoy multiple points of view. I'm one who does - if they're done well. And in this book, they are done very well.

This volume highlights three major characters, and one that I would probably call "almost major". I would read from the perspective of each character, suffer a momentary "No!

Don't stop there! Seamless probably sounds like a funny word to use for a book that draws on several characters' points of view, but that's how it read, to me.

The end of the book was satisfying, but left me hanging for the following one. I'm now avidly following the progress of the next book, which is currently titled "Words of Radiance.

It seems to read well across the generations - our seventeen year old read it on my recommendation, and I can foresee a vigorous tussle over the next one when it comes out.

Maybe we'll have to buy two. Shallan was a bit annoying in the beginning, her writing and dialogue felt a bit clumsy but it got better and better tow 4.

Shallan was a bit annoying in the beginning, her writing and dialogue felt a bit clumsy but it got better and better towards the end.

The magic is super interesting as well, although it can be a bit overwhelming, all the information about the magic, the places, the history, the characters..

I will pick up part 2 as soon as possible. Jul 14, Roberta Jayne rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-in , excellent-fantasy. This is half of a review for half of a book.

I can't believe it's taken me this long but, you know what, I've finally realised that I'm in love with Brandon Sanderson.

Although I found this book more difficult to get into as I was expecting, I think this was because Sanderson was constantly exploring new places and new characters and didn't really give me a chance to get comfortable for long I still enjoyed every second of it.

Every time I read one This is half of a review for half of a book. Every time I read one of Sanderson's books I become overwhelmed by his characters and his world-building skills.

The world in this book was deliciously well thought out and it was so interesting and complex. This is a pretty pointless review but I don't want to spend any more time writing it.

I've got Part 2 to read! Jun 06, Marc Aplin rated it it was amazing. The first book focuses on the 'build up' of the novel I think they got the cut off point pretty much perfect and although you could never read part 1 on it's own it would seem very anti-climatic - if you had to split the book into two parts Way of Kings opens in a very mysterious manner There has been some kind of huge war A powerful being heads to a meeting point, he is equipped with a six foot sword and seems to be fairly confident in his abilities.

When he arrives at his meeting place only one of his expected 9 companions are waiting for him. We find out that this being is one of 'The Heralds'.

These Heralds all wield these mighty swords and even if they die, they are reborn to fight on their Gods behalf against 'voidbringers' who look to destroy humanity.

The single Herald standing and waiting for our powerful being also a Herald tells him that they have decided as a group that they've had enough They are going to leave their 6 foot swords in the ground and disappear So, that's it We move years into the future.

We witness an assassination of a King, that breaks a peace-treaty made just days prior and throws Roshar back into war. The assassin though is no normal being If the sword touches a living being, the limb it cuts instantly dies or should it be a slice capable of killing, their soul seems to instantly leave the body.

We then move 5 more years into the future and we see the triumphant leader; 'Kaladin the Stormblessed'. Kaladin is a leader of sorts in a small Alethi squad, fighting a small an insignificant battle.

Everyone around Khaladin knows he is destined for bigger things Again we jump forward in time and it turns out that our stormblessed Kaladin is a slave.

We don't really understand why, or what has happened but he seems both physically and emotionally defeated We find that after 10 attempts of escaping a slaves life - he has been made to travel with a slaving caravan.

He was branded with a Shash glyph, which read "Dangerous. The Spren are mysterious and each reader will have their own ideas of exactly what they are.

The way I would describe them are 'living essences' - there are perhaps hundreds of types of them, because almost every action seems to attract them.

For example They seem to be invisible until an action draws them and then those close can see them. They have no intelligence and trying to touch one just results in them turning to mist It seems to respond to him and eventually seems to be willing to communicate with him It is at about this point Kaladin's dreams in a strange way come true He wonders if perhaps his time has come Of course not Kaladin's dreams are shattered when he realises that this army that he fought so long to be part of are going to send him into war as a 'bridgeman'.

A 'bridgeman' is a member of around men who carry long bridges that are required to cross the gaps between plateaus on the shattered plains.

Quickly Kaladin realises that his job is to die Every trip leaves a large percentage of his group dead Kaladin's instincts kick in and he quickly realises the only way to survive is to treat this 'bridgecrew' as a 'squad' and he must become their leader We now meet Shallan The only way Shallan can see this possible is to get close to the princess This is not going to be easy though because Princess Jasnah is barely willing to speak with 'children', let alone consider them as potential wards.

Shallan's story is one of planning, scheming and intelligent theft. Whilst all this is going on we can take a step back and look at those who are using Kaladin as a tool.

The politics of this world are very interesting He is the son of the earlier assassinated King and underneath him, all the different districts of the world are associated 'Highprinces' - these Highprinces all have their own armies and lead their own charges against the Parshendi.

The main focus on the book in these terms is the following of a number of Alethi 'Shardbearers'. These blades and plates are given to only a very few select are similar to the blades mentioned earlier in that they can cut through peoples souls or almost any object.

The plates can defend against almost any too. Dalinar, one of the shardbearers has been plagued with visions that call for him to 'unite the high princes' - a seemingly impossible task.

The story is great. As already said, you can't read this 'part 1' on its own I like the way that all three separate stories really interweave and at times you feel the characters are at arms-length, although none really know of or see each other through this book.

The other thing about the story is that because of all the 'interludes' that feature characters we do not follow very closely and the preludes at the beginning of the book - we know that these characters are destined for great things - and I can't wait to see how they get there The world that Brandon Sanderson has created is beautiful and terrifying.

Everything in the world seems to live and breath Not only is there rich description, but Sanderson has included a huge amount of pictures that are actually Shallans sketches What I love is the way we see the pictures 'after' the description in most cases and this results in your imagined images being proved either completely wrong or correct The map of the shattered plains especially is wonderful.

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I pretty much flew through these pages and that surely is saying something. Even though this book was only part one of the Way of Kings it already set up the premise of a promising series.

In these almost pages most of it existed of world building and that's something that you need to take into consideration when you dive into this series.

That was also a reason why it took me a little time to get into this because it was a lot of explanations, but once I passed the page mark I was hooked.

I've already signed Kaladin's adoption papers and I don't want anything to happen to Shallan. I'm fascinated about the sprens and I'm curious to find about more about them.

I cannot wait to delve further into this world with the rest of the Stormlight Archives series. Mar 14, Bec becklebooks rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

Loved the world building, the character set up, the slow-burning development Very glad I got through this!!

I was going to give it 4. Don't read this in chunks - dedicate your time to it, absorb everything, and really enjoy that slow burn.

It will be worth it, I promise. It's so interesting and leaves me thinking but the pace Oct 07, Oana rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own , amazing-world-building , authors-i-like , war , epic-fantasy.

As the author indicates, this is not a complete story so I believe is best to give my review after part two. This was a bit slow so I am looking forward to the action that follows!

Dec 03, Literary Han rated it it was amazing Shelves: epic , fantasy , adult. An extraordinary first half of The Way Of Kings!

Onto the second half!! Sep 15, Thomas rated it it was amazing. Its been a while since I finished my last Cosmere novel and I was very keen to get back into it by starting The Stormlight Archive.

I decided to purchase it as two halves since I thought this would make it easier to read due the fact it was so large. I have to say I was very impressed by the first half.

Welcome to Roshar, a world of storms, stone and turbulence where war is about to devour the land. Mighty leaders on both sides of the war are equipped with Shardblades and Shardplate, ancient weap Its been a while since I finished my last Cosmere novel and I was very keen to get back into it by starting The Stormlight Archive.

Mighty leaders on both sides of the war are equipped with Shardblades and Shardplate, ancient weapons and armour granting near invulnerability to their users, left centuries ago by the ancient orders known as the Knights Radiant.

I was in two minds about the central protagonists to the storyline because Kaladin and Dalinar were absolutely fantastic for the duration, and I loved every moment of their chapters.

Shallan and Adolin I found more difficult to enjoy, a shame because I really wanted to bond with Shallan as a character early on, but she grated on me a little too much and I found her quite devious.

Adolin I found irritating, mostly because of his shallow attitude towards women, but then again, he shows an unquestionable love for his father which redeemed him somewhat.

One of the key aspects I enjoyed were the flashbacks that Sanderson incorporated because I think it made me understand Kaladin so much better. Having read all previous Cosmere works written by Mr Sanderson, I was expecting a story of a high standard and thus far he is continuing to surpass all expectation.

A fully earned 5 stars, and I will be starting the second half of the novel immediately. Mar 07, Leonie rated it it was amazing Shelves: speculative-fiction.

Where do I start with this review? Brandon Sanderson is an engaging writer. I first encountered his work when he began the mammoth task of finishing Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" series.

His ability to write another person's work, in a way that still sounded like the other person, astounded me. I'm a writer myself - and even writing my own work is difficult some days, but to represent another person's multitude of characters AS the other writer had, for so many books, takes a very clever write Where do I start with this review?

I'm a writer myself - and even writing my own work is difficult some days, but to represent another person's multitude of characters AS the other writer had, for so many books, takes a very clever writer.

Intrigued by this ability, I began to search out Brandon Sanderson's original works. Each book was enjoyable, and I became more and more impressed at his ability to create an entire original world, along with its associated societal values and mythologies.

Then I read "The Way of Kings" - and yet again, Brandon Sanderson had created another new world, literally from the ground up.

The world building in this book is second to none. Some readers don't enjoy multiple points of view. I'm one who does - if they're done well.

And in this book, they are done very well. This volume highlights three major characters, and one that I would probably call "almost major".

I would read from the perspective of each character, suffer a momentary "No! Don't stop there! Seamless probably sounds like a funny word to use for a book that draws on several characters' points of view, but that's how it read, to me.

The end of the book was satisfying, but left me hanging for the following one. I'm now avidly following the progress of the next book, which is currently titled "Words of Radiance.

It seems to read well across the generations - our seventeen year old read it on my recommendation, and I can foresee a vigorous tussle over the next one when it comes out.

Maybe we'll have to buy two. Shallan was a bit annoying in the beginning, her writing and dialogue felt a bit clumsy but it got better and better tow 4.

Shallan was a bit annoying in the beginning, her writing and dialogue felt a bit clumsy but it got better and better towards the end. The magic is super interesting as well, although it can be a bit overwhelming, all the information about the magic, the places, the history, the characters..

I will pick up part 2 as soon as possible. Jul 14, Roberta Jayne rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-in , excellent-fantasy. This is half of a review for half of a book.

I can't believe it's taken me this long but, you know what, I've finally realised that I'm in love with Brandon Sanderson. Although I found this book more difficult to get into as I was expecting, I think this was because Sanderson was constantly exploring new places and new characters and didn't really give me a chance to get comfortable for long I still enjoyed every second of it.

Every time I read one This is half of a review for half of a book. Every time I read one of Sanderson's books I become overwhelmed by his characters and his world-building skills.

The world in this book was deliciously well thought out and it was so interesting and complex. This is a pretty pointless review but I don't want to spend any more time writing it.

I've got Part 2 to read! Jun 06, Marc Aplin rated it it was amazing. The first book focuses on the 'build up' of the novel I think they got the cut off point pretty much perfect and although you could never read part 1 on it's own it would seem very anti-climatic - if you had to split the book into two parts Way of Kings opens in a very mysterious manner There has been some kind of huge war A powerful being heads to a meeting point, he is equipped with a six foot sword and seems to be fairly confident in his abilities.

When he arrives at his meeting place only one of his expected 9 companions are waiting for him. We find out that this being is one of 'The Heralds'.

These Heralds all wield these mighty swords and even if they die, they are reborn to fight on their Gods behalf against 'voidbringers' who look to destroy humanity.

The single Herald standing and waiting for our powerful being also a Herald tells him that they have decided as a group that they've had enough They are going to leave their 6 foot swords in the ground and disappear So, that's it We move years into the future.

We witness an assassination of a King, that breaks a peace-treaty made just days prior and throws Roshar back into war.

The assassin though is no normal being If the sword touches a living being, the limb it cuts instantly dies or should it be a slice capable of killing, their soul seems to instantly leave the body.

We then move 5 more years into the future and we see the triumphant leader; 'Kaladin the Stormblessed'. Kaladin is a leader of sorts in a small Alethi squad, fighting a small an insignificant battle.

Everyone around Khaladin knows he is destined for bigger things Again we jump forward in time and it turns out that our stormblessed Kaladin is a slave.

We don't really understand why, or what has happened but he seems both physically and emotionally defeated We find that after 10 attempts of escaping a slaves life - he has been made to travel with a slaving caravan.

He was branded with a Shash glyph, which read "Dangerous. The Spren are mysterious and each reader will have their own ideas of exactly what they are.

The way I would describe them are 'living essences' - there are perhaps hundreds of types of them, because almost every action seems to attract them.

For example They seem to be invisible until an action draws them and then those close can see them. They have no intelligence and trying to touch one just results in them turning to mist It seems to respond to him and eventually seems to be willing to communicate with him It is at about this point Kaladin's dreams in a strange way come true He wonders if perhaps his time has come Of course not Kaladin's dreams are shattered when he realises that this army that he fought so long to be part of are going to send him into war as a 'bridgeman'.

A 'bridgeman' is a member of around men who carry long bridges that are required to cross the gaps between plateaus on the shattered plains.

Quickly Kaladin realises that his job is to die Every trip leaves a large percentage of his group dead Kaladin's instincts kick in and he quickly realises the only way to survive is to treat this 'bridgecrew' as a 'squad' and he must become their leader We now meet Shallan The only way Shallan can see this possible is to get close to the princess This is not going to be easy though because Princess Jasnah is barely willing to speak with 'children', let alone consider them as potential wards.

Shallan's story is one of planning, scheming and intelligent theft. Whilst all this is going on we can take a step back and look at those who are using Kaladin as a tool.

The politics of this world are very interesting He is the son of the earlier assassinated King and underneath him, all the different districts of the world are associated 'Highprinces' - these Highprinces all have their own armies and lead their own charges against the Parshendi.

The main focus on the book in these terms is the following of a number of Alethi 'Shardbearers'. These blades and plates are given to only a very few select are similar to the blades mentioned earlier in that they can cut through peoples souls or almost any object.

The plates can defend against almost any too. Dalinar, one of the shardbearers has been plagued with visions that call for him to 'unite the high princes' - a seemingly impossible task.

The story is great. As already said, you can't read this 'part 1' on its own I like the way that all three separate stories really interweave and at times you feel the characters are at arms-length, although none really know of or see each other through this book.

The other thing about the story is that because of all the 'interludes' that feature characters we do not follow very closely and the preludes at the beginning of the book - we know that these characters are destined for great things - and I can't wait to see how they get there The world that Brandon Sanderson has created is beautiful and terrifying.

Everything in the world seems to live and breath Not only is there rich description, but Sanderson has included a huge amount of pictures that are actually Shallans sketches What I love is the way we see the pictures 'after' the description in most cases and this results in your imagined images being proved either completely wrong or correct The map of the shattered plains especially is wonderful.

Characters are lovable, possible to relate to, you really feel for them Any criticism? I guess a few people will say 'it feels a lot like Mistborn' and in someways it does However, I think when you read a bit more about Brandon and you find that his work is all connected Perhaps the one problem I had with Mistborn was that the characters were hard to love.

This novel feels far, far grander in scale than mistborn. You can almost sense the evolution in Brandon as a writer and this raises an interesting point The storyline came though before Mistborn Sanderson has told us before in his blog that when he tried to 'write towards the market' he slipped and killed his stories because simply put They break rules Mistborn was his attempt to write something for readers and although it is a great series I can't wait to see more from him.

With a world of trilogies or series that seem to take forever to come out Brandon Sanderson's 'Stormlight' Series is exciting. I think we can pretty much guarantee that Sanderson will bring a book out about once a year.

As we said in our interview with him check back early June to watch it he doesn't get writer's block and he is a consistent writer.

This is a series that I truly believe will be one of the great fantasy series we remember in 50 years time Sanderson proves his skill in this book and I think this book confirms peoples questions as to whether Brandon Sanderson is a Good Writer or a Great writer He's certainly Great and there's more to come too!

Mar 23, Anjali bookstersisters rated it it was amazing Shelves: from-my-shelf. However, she doesn't even attempt an accent in this period piece, and during her sex scenes instantly reverts to an anachronistic Chatsworth mode of pornspeak.

Rest of the cast is fine, starting with an effectively hammy villain as King Jasper played by a looking-perfect Ryan Ryder. His real-life wife is aboard as a sex slave for arousing opening sex threesome with Ryan and the incomparable Anissa Kate.

Nominal hero goes to Brit Porn stalwart Marc Rose as John Doe, out for revenge after King Jasper has his mother and brother's throats slit at a banquet.

Seems that Ryder is miffed at bro' s decision to get married without royal permission, and is loath to allow anyone to challenge his absolute power over his dominions.

Bush includes some brief action scenes and effective dollops of gore for beheadings and such while maintaining a healthy emphasis on XXX content.

One interesting motif is that two of the four lengthy sex scenes are threesomes in which one girl has natural big boobs and the other the once-fashionable fake big ones.

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