With the attacks on his team from Mitosis and Sourcefield, Jon Phaedrus, or known as Prof throughout the book, has eyes set on the common connection between them and Regalia, the Epic who rules Babilar, formerly known as Manhattan , and who has sent multiple subordinate Epics to confront the Newcago Reckoners. Jon sets out to Babilar with David and Tia leaving Abraham and Cody behind to defend the city of Newcago to face Regalia, whom David suspects has a long-term connection between Jon and Tia, due to their seemingly knowledgeable information of each other. With the abilities to absorb and disperse amazing amounts of heat, teleport in the wake of danger, as well as enhanced strength, he runs rampant throughout the city, killing citizens seemingly joyously while the Reckoners try to exploit a weakness. While fighting him, David notices bandages on his chest, as if he were recently injured. David is drowning, when he feels someone miraculously save him and put him ashore.
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I wanted more from the amazing universe that Brandon Sanderson has created in this series. I was right, this was a great Reckoners thirst quencher, perfect for wetting your mind for the next book to be released.
In Firefight I thought that David had become a bit reckless and way too confident. I think that Mitosis does a good job of addressing that fact. Here the Professor is out in Babylon doing reconnaissance for the upcoming adventure there. Of course that will not stand.
Without giving anything away, let me say this. If you have already listened to Steelheat and find yourself wanting to be brought back to the Epic universe, all be it for an hour, you will not be disappointed at all.
Fun, face paced, everything you will want other than length. Macleaod Andrews delivers again. Quite honestly one of the most diverse, in the sense of voices, narrators I have ever listened to.
Able to spit out various different accents and sexes at the drop of a hat. There is a reason I simply search audiobooks by his name alone.
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I wanted more from the amazing universe that Brandon Sanderson has created in this series. I was right, this was a great Reckoners thirst quencher, perfect for wetting your mind for the next book to be released. In Firefight I thought that David had become a bit reckless and way too confident. I think that Mitosis does a good job of addressing that fact. Here the Professor is out in Babylon doing reconnaissance for the upcoming adventure there.
Because of that, he hides connections to his other works within each book, creating this "hidden epic". He has estimated that the Cosmere sequence could conclude with at least 40 books. Adonalsium was killed by a group of sixteen conspirators, causing its power to shatter into sixteen different Shards, each of which bears immense power. In one case, the Shards Ruin and Preservation worked together to actually create a planet and its people Scadrial, as featured in Mistborn. Odium has killed—or Splintered—several shards. He has also Splintered Ambition, in the Threnody system.