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Lyndsey Luther

Rhythm of War Reread: Chapter One Hundred Fourteen

Well, our Cosmere Chickens, we’re nearing the end now. The Sanderlanche has passed, we’re solidly in denouement territory, and things are winding down. I’d wanted to post the link to Brandon’s Stormlight 5 Update last week but reddit was down, so here it is now. Lots of fun little tidbits in here about what to expect in the next book, just enough to whet our collective appetites for the tentative release date of Fall 2025. It seems so far away, but it will be here before we know it, and we simply can’t wait! In the meantime, let’s finish up here, shall we?

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Series: Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson

Rhythm of War Reread: Chapter One Hundred Thirteen

Greetings, Cosmere Chickens! Our chapter this week’s going to be a frustrating one on one account and a sad one on another. We’ll be seeing the end of a villain-turned-hero in Navani’s section, and an ascension into Godhood in another. And it’s certainly not a person we want to see becoming a vessel for a Shard, that’s for sure! Opportunities for discussion and theorizing abound, so won’t you join us?

[…she went to create order from the chaos of a tower suddenly set free.]

Series: Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson

Rhythm of War Reread: Chapter One Hundred Eleven

Oh my storms, my Cosmere Chickens, this is a heck of a ride. This is a very long chapter and we’ve got a lot to cover here, from new Radiant Oaths being sworn, revelations about Heralds and spren and highly Invested swords, and bad guys getting their just rewards. (Hmm, that almost rhymed!) Let’s jump right in, shall we?

[“I bring word from the Sibling!”]

Series: Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson

Rhythm of War Reread: Chapter One Hundred Ten

Lyn: Happy Thursday, Cosmere chickens! I’m back from my two week trip to Ireland and Scotland (I bet you didn’t even realize I was gone, did you? We were sneaky and I did my work on the reread chapters before I left!) and while I loved seeing a million castles and abandoned ruins and sheep (so many sheep), I’m excited to be back home and working on another fun chapter of the reread!

Paige: Yes, we were definitely sneaky and I had conversations with past Lyndsey for two weeks while she was gallivanting around Ireland and Scotland!

L: Wibbly wobbly timey-wimey and all that. Paige and I hope you had a lovely week, and a bit of time to recuperate after last week’s heart-breaker of a chapter. This one’s a lot more fun and fist-pump-worthy, so let’s dive in, shall we?


Series: Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson

Rhythm of War Reread: Chapter One Hundred Six

Greetings, Cosmere Chickens! We had some fantastic discussion in the comments last week regarding redemption and psychology, mostly in regard to Moash. I’d highly recommend you go back and read through some of those comments, if you haven’t already—there’s some wonderful debate in there! As for this week… well, my chickens, I’m afraid that things are going to get much darker before we find the (storm)light.

[This time he jumped.]

Series: Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson

Rhythm of War Reread: Chapter One Hundred Three

Hello, Cosmere Chickens! Welcome back to the Reread!

Lyn: Hi everyone! I’m back! I’m back! Oh boy! I’m so excited to be getting back on the reread saddle! ::rubs hands together:: Now, to check and see where…  we… are…

Paige: Ah, I do love your gifs, Lyn. You inspire me. It’s good to have you here.

L: Technically I’m a millennial (1982) so I have to represent my generation in our most well-known method of communication. It’s a responsibility I take very seriously!

P: We have a super short chapter this week but a lot happens in these few pages.

L: And, of course, this is just the lead-up for what’s on the horizon. Oh, by the way, I’m back for the rest of the reread. Alice has a short message at the end of the article to explain why. Now… on to the fun!


Series: Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson

Brandon Sanderson’s The Lost Metal: Full Spoiler Discussion

Good morning, Cosmere chickens! It’s November 15th, and you all know what THAT means?


Ross and I had a ton of fun with the non-spoiler review a few days ago, but we were having to be VERY careful about what we did and didn’t say. Here…not so much. This is the full-spoiler review, so we’ll be giving you our unfiltered opinions on the book as a whole. There WILL be spoilers. You have been warned. If you don’t want to be spoiled about things, for the love of Wit turn back NOW. (Please note: in addition to Mistborn, we may be mentioning some things from The Stormlight Archive and The Emperor’s Soul. If you haven’t read those, tread carefully.)

[There’s always another secret.]

Brandon Sanderson’s The Lost Metal: A Non-Spoiler Review by Wax and Wayne

The Lost Metal is on the horizon—less than a week away, now—and we’re excited to bring you a non-spoiler review of the book! If you can’t wait that long and have some theories or speculation you want to talk about, join us as we discuss the book below.

Well… sort of “we.” We decided to have a bit of fun with this one. The way we figure it, everyone reading this book—the fourth in a series—will have read the previous novels, and as such… you know the characters. So, once the introductory portion of this article is over, Wax and Wayne will be taking over this review (our approximations of them, anyway). You know you missed them, and so did we. So let’s have a good time while we wait, shall we?

[This is gonna be a bleedin’, rustin’ rail-car of a ride.]

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