Lies of the Beholder

Lies of the Beholder

Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and Hugo Award-winning The Emperor's Soul have earned both critical acclaim and a substantial popular following. In the Legion series, distinctly contemporary novellas filled with suspense, humor, and an e Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, m...

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Title:Lies of the Beholder
Author:Brandon Sanderson
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Lies of the Beholder
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:152 pages pages

Lies of the Beholder Reviews

  • Ashley
    Nov 01, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

  • Graham Bradley
    Sep 20, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

    This was by far the best Legion story in terms of plot and character development, but the ending left me confused. Well, the ending per se was very clear, I just can't make up how to feel about it. Underwhelmed might not be the best word to describe the feeling. Rushed up? Vague? Empty...

    El principio me estaba pareciendo un coñazo del copón. El segundo libro que era una historieta sin mas que no avanzaba gran cosa luego esto. Sin embargo luego se pone increíble. Ahora esto tiene visos de continuar... Sanderson acaba algo de una vez, no todo pueden ser sagas intermi...

    This is read ok but honestly kinda let down by an otherwise good series. ...

    Good ending, tragic through most of it but it felt organic. ...

  • Mark
    Sep 19, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

  • Melanie
    Sep 24, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

    This was by far the best Legion story in terms of plot and character development, but the ending left me confused. Well, the ending per se was very clear, I just can't make up how to feel about it. Underwhelmed might not be the best word to describe the feeling. Rushed up? Vague? Empty...

  • Bob Reiss
    Sep 26, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

  • Mitticus
    Apr 09, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

  • Kirsty Cabot
    Nov 07, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

  • ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)
    Apr 10, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

  • Liam Degnan
    Oct 06, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    Oct 10, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

  • Gareth Otton
    Sep 18, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

  • Niki Hawkes - The Obsessive Bookseller
    Oct 10, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

  • Kelsea
    Sep 18, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

  • Olga
    Sep 28, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

  • Elchamaco
    Oct 07, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

    This was by far the best Legion story in terms of plot and character development, but the ending left me confused. Well, the ending per se was very clear, I just can't make up how to feel about it. Underwhelmed might not be the best word to describe the feeling. Rushed up? Vague? Empty...

    El principio me estaba pareciendo un coñazo del copón. El segundo libro que era una historieta sin mas que no avanzaba gran cosa luego esto. Sin embargo luego se pone increíble. Ahora esto tiene visos de continuar... Sanderson acaba algo de una vez, no todo pueden ser sagas intermi...

  • Shima
    Oct 12, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

  • Paul
    Sep 26, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

  • Khurram
    Sep 24, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

  • Ka’leneReads
    Sep 23, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

    This was by far the best Legion story in terms of plot and character development, but the ending left me confused. Well, the ending per se was very clear, I just can't make up how to feel about it. Underwhelmed might not be the best word to describe the feeling. Rushed up? Vague? Empty...

    El principio me estaba pareciendo un coñazo del copón. El segundo libro que era una historieta sin mas que no avanzaba gran cosa luego esto. Sin embargo luego se pone increíble. Ahora esto tiene visos de continuar... Sanderson acaba algo de una vez, no todo pueden ser sagas intermi...

    This is read ok but honestly kinda let down by an otherwise good series. ...

  • Trelawn
    Oct 01, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

  • Pj Zoulias
    Sep 30, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

  • Vignesh Ashok Kumar
    Sep 30, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

  • Matt Davenport
    Sep 25, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

  • John
    Sep 20, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

  • Minorca
    Sep 26, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

    This was by far the best Legion story in terms of plot and character development, but the ending left me confused. Well, the ending per se was very clear, I just can't make up how to feel about it. Underwhelmed might not be the best word to describe the feeling. Rushed up? Vague? Empty...

    El principio me estaba pareciendo un coñazo del copón. El segundo libro que era una historieta sin mas que no avanzaba gran cosa luego esto. Sin embargo luego se pone increíble. Ahora esto tiene visos de continuar... Sanderson acaba algo de una vez, no todo pueden ser sagas intermi...

    This is read ok but honestly kinda let down by an otherwise good series. ...

    Good ending, tragic through most of it but it felt organic. ...

    This story is living proof that Brandon Sanderson's usual word counts exists for a reason. TOO SHORT. I can feel the ambition but there were just too little words ??? This story is living proof that Brandon Sanderson's usual word counts exists for a reason. TOO SHORT. I ...

  • Oskari
    Dec 23, 2017

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

  • Mavence
    Nov 10, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

  • Jason Wilson
    Oct 03, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

    Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives. I really enjoyed the firs...

    4.5* ...

    kind of odd that is expected in september, and the novella in november? ...

    (This is a review for the third novella only; the audiobook and bound hardcover of Legion released today includes all three novellas, but I've read the other two previously, so I skipped to Lies of the Beholder.) AHHHHHH finally an end to this novella series! And therein lies bot...

    In the final novella of the trilogy, Stephen Leeds confronts his past and future and questions the very nature of reality. It?s a fitting final chapter for one if the most unique characters in modern fiction. Fast paced and head trippy, Sanderson manages a finale that is both fun and...

    A flat note in an otherwise good series. Spoilers. (view spoiler)[When I went in to Lies of the Beholder, I had no idea it was the finale to the series. I was expecting more adventures with the likable characters that only the main character could see; instead I got a seemingly s...

    Not a case like the previous books but an interesting imaginative ending to the series ...

    A great addition to the Stephen Leeds books, I could happily read more stories in his crazy world. ...

    A sad but fitting end. Truly sad in parts but beautifully written. ...

    Maybe this story was a little too ambitious for such a small word count. I loved the premise but I felt that it just wasn't explored to a point I was satisfied with and therefore the ending kind of felt hollow. There are just so many questions left unanswered and as I was reading the b...

    A rare miss for this great author. Brandon Sanderson is in my opinion the greatest living fantasy author. Rather than milk a single work as most authors do, he has multiple sets of books with distinct characters, concepts, magic systems and worldbuilding. Any one of these could serv...

    Woof. This was a good, but very difficult to read ending to the Legion series. I was a little disappointed by the structure of the book, as it removed much of the veneer of the previous two books and dove headlong into what makes Stephen Leeds tick and what happens when those gea...

    A very fitting ending to a fantastic novella trilogy. Stephen sees his condition come to a climax, as he?s faced with his own eroding health. Overall, it was incredibly well done, as Sanderson navigated the pretty complicated psychology parameters and technology advances he had intro...

    I feel like I should have seen that ending coming, it was so beautiful and simple, it gave me goosebumps. But as much as I loved the ending, I felt just a little underwhelmed by this last addition to the legion series (which is one of my absolute favourite Sanderson creations). It wa...

    This was by far the best Legion story in terms of plot and character development, but the ending left me confused. Well, the ending per se was very clear, I just can't make up how to feel about it. Underwhelmed might not be the best word to describe the feeling. Rushed up? Vague? Empty...

    El principio me estaba pareciendo un coñazo del copón. El segundo libro que era una historieta sin mas que no avanzaba gran cosa luego esto. Sin embargo luego se pone increíble. Ahora esto tiene visos de continuar... Sanderson acaba algo de una vez, no todo pueden ser sagas intermi...

    This is read ok but honestly kinda let down by an otherwise good series. ...

    Good ending, tragic through most of it but it felt organic. ...

    This story is living proof that Brandon Sanderson's usual word counts exists for a reason. TOO SHORT. I can feel the ambition but there were just too little words ??? This story is living proof that Brandon Sanderson's usual word counts exists for a reason. TOO SHORT. I ...

    3.5 Stars ...

  • Karishma
    Sep 27, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...

    I'm not sure I liked this one. ? Ima have to think about it for a couple of days. ...

    I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars. ...

    ?Yes, it?s all in my head. But pain is ?all in my head? too. Love is ?all in my head.? All the things that matter in life are the things you can?t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn?t make them unimportant.? SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never...

    Easily - EASILY - The best of the series. For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds ...

    Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :( This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely. The novel was a emotional journey for me and I fe...

    A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending. ...

  • Lo9man88
    Oct 03, 2018

    I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds. Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life,...

    [August 11, 2018] Excerpt from the book available here!! Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad (view spoiler)[I ?lurves? you, J.C.! (hide spoiler)] , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?! Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and...

    I still love Brandon Sanderson?s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but ?Lies of the Beholder? ... was kind of a letdown. As ?Lies of the Beholder? (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private inter...

    I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, b...