Sixth of the Dusk

Sixth of the Dusk

by Brandon Sanderson

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BN ID: 2940150322448
Publisher: Dragonsteel Entertainment, LLC
Publication date: 10/17/2014
Series: Cosmere , #17
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 168,388
File size: 846 KB

About the Author

Brandon Sanderson has published nine solo novels with Tor�Elantris, the Mistborn books, Warbreaker, The Way of Kings, Words of Radiance, and the young adult fantasy The Rithmatist�as well as four books in the middle-grade Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians series from Scholastic. He was chosen to complete Robert Jordan�s Wheel of Time series; the final book, A Memory of Light, was released in 2013. His newest YA novel, Steelheart, was released by Delacorte in September 2013. His novella The Emperor's Soul won the Hugo Award that year as well. Currently living in Utah with his wife and children, Brandon teaches creative writing at Brigham Young University.

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Sixth of the Dusk 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ReadingOverTheShoulder More than 1 year ago
Another great story by Brandon Sanderson. The characters had a lot of depth and the plot, while simple it really made me want more. With all this new knowledge I'm eager to find out what happens next. Full review on
Jacch More than 1 year ago
Sixth of the Dusk seemed to start out slow, but being a short story, the action picked up very quickly. I loved how the reader just gets thrown into the events of the island with little understanding of how the magic of the world works. The conclusion felt a little lacking for Sanderson, but the climax was definitely a Sanderson work. Having read the rest of his Cosmere books and short stories, I would certainly recommend reading this.
Arrat More than 1 year ago
I loved this story. It is only 46pgs, I think it could have been a little longer. As always we are transport to another land, with different "magic". In this land "Dusk" is a trapper on a dangerous island filled with plants, animals and insect that all can kill a man. To avoid this the Trappers have special birds to warn them and "hide" them from danger. Dusk (main char.) meets a scholar who has been approached by Visitors from another planet, who want to know more about their planet and the "aivars". Dusk is able to show the scholar what these "outlanders" really want. I could see a sequel to this.
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