Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds

Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds

Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It?s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people?Stephen calls them aspects?to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to g Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It?s his hallucinations who are mad. A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Step...

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Title:Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds
Author:Brandon Sanderson
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Genres:Fantasy
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds Reviews

  • Sherwood Smith
    Sep 13, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

  • Alejandro
    Nov 21, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

  • Anne
    Nov 02, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

  • Taylor Ramirez
    Sep 21, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

    This book contains all three novella, which are available individually as well. Stephen Leeds thinks of himself as an ordinary, dull person. However, his many hallucinations are brilliant, quirky, and colorful. With the help of 50 hallucinations (aspects each with their expansive exper...

    FRTC ...

    Sad that Sanderson sees this as an ending to this series, I would have liked to see a full length dive into this character ...

    Legion: 5/5 This was a reread for me and I forgot how much I liked this book. I really like all of Stephen?s aspects and how weird this book is. The mystery was interesting and the idea of being able to take a picture and go back in time. That is so cool! I love it. Skin Deep: ...

  • Nadine Bergeron
    Oct 02, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

  • Dan
    Sep 27, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

  • Gavin
    Sep 25, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    Sep 12, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

  • Kenneth Geary
    Sep 25, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

    This book contains all three novella, which are available individually as well. Stephen Leeds thinks of himself as an ordinary, dull person. However, his many hallucinations are brilliant, quirky, and colorful. With the help of 50 hallucinations (aspects each with their expansive exper...

    FRTC ...

    Sad that Sanderson sees this as an ending to this series, I would have liked to see a full length dive into this character ...

  • Annie
    Sep 20, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

    This book contains all three novella, which are available individually as well. Stephen Leeds thinks of himself as an ordinary, dull person. However, his many hallucinations are brilliant, quirky, and colorful. With the help of 50 hallucinations (aspects each with their expansive exper...

  • Emily
    Sep 30, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

  • Robin (Bridge Four)
    Oct 04, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

  • Bookwraiths
    Sep 24, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

  • Tessa
    Jul 31, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

  • Caitlin Gutilla
    Sep 25, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

    This book contains all three novella, which are available individually as well. Stephen Leeds thinks of himself as an ordinary, dull person. However, his many hallucinations are brilliant, quirky, and colorful. With the help of 50 hallucinations (aspects each with their expansive exper...

    FRTC ...

    Sad that Sanderson sees this as an ending to this series, I would have liked to see a full length dive into this character ...

    Legion: 5/5 This was a reread for me and I forgot how much I liked this book. I really like all of Stephen?s aspects and how weird this book is. The mystery was interesting and the idea of being able to take a picture and go back in time. That is so cool! I love it. Skin Deep: ...

    I fell in love with Stephen and his many aspects- what a wonderful, wonderful collection. I really really enjoyed this one. ...

    This collection is awesome. I really like how Sanderson turned schizophrenia into a superpower. I also really liked learning the ?rules? that went along with the hallucinations, and the science behind everything. Another win for Sanderson. ...

  • Claudia
    Sep 08, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

  • Anton
    Oct 02, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

  • Nafeeza
    Dec 02, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

  • André Oliveira
    Oct 24, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

  • TS Chan
    Sep 19, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

  • Bibi
    Nov 03, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

    This book contains all three novella, which are available individually as well. Stephen Leeds thinks of himself as an ordinary, dull person. However, his many hallucinations are brilliant, quirky, and colorful. With the help of 50 hallucinations (aspects each with their expansive exper...

    FRTC ...

  • Dave
    Sep 11, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

  • Roy
    Oct 06, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

  • Susan
    Aug 10, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

  • The Captain
    Nov 15, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

  • Iryna semi-hiatus (Book and Sword)
    Nov 24, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

  • Petrik
    Nov 29, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

  • Kinga
    Nov 09, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

  • Alex O'Connor
    Dec 12, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...

    ?That was a tall order for Ivy. Sarcasm was kind of her native tongue, though she was fluent in ?stern disappointment? and ?light condescension? as well. She was also a good friend. Well, imaginary friend.? In the past I've been saying in error that I do not like to re...

    Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson *****5***** Legion is both a beautiful and haunting tale of the inner workings of one man's psychology and his search to understand it. ...

    Brandon Sanderson is my favourite author but this book didn't blow me away. It felt more like an "experiment". It was fun to read and it was interesting in some points but that's it. ...

    What?s great about Legion is that there is more than one interpretation to be taken: a metaphor for writers and their process, a personal look at Sanderson?s process/mind, a look at mental illness, or just a really interesting and fun story. Legion is a compilation of three nove...

    Blurring the lines between reality and imagination and between sanity and its opposite, Sanderson offers us three interlinked novellas, two of which were previously published. Stephen Leeds is a genius, but he is crawling along a tightrope perched precariously over a steep drop. In ord...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a collection of three companion novellas focused on schizophrenic genius Stephen Leeds, whose unbelievable detective skills have sprung forth from his legion of hallucinatory ?aspects?. While the firs...

    Well, I was not prepared for that ending... 4.5 Stars ...

    Check out my blog, One Man Book Club The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, is a compilation of the three novellas about Brandon Sanderson's schizophrenic private investigator, Stephen Leeds. My opinion? The Legion stories are the most ...

    NetGalley provided a Preview ARC for this book. This collection will be released in September and will include the science fiction novellas Legion and Legion: Skin Deep, published together for the first time, as well as a brand new Stephen Leeds novella, Lies of the Beholder. Anoth...

    I read an excerpt from what I gather is a fix up, or a compendium of three novellas. I have not quite connected with Sanderson's fantasy, though there is a lot I like, but this I really enjoyed. Briefly, Stephen Leeds has multiple personas, and the banter between them is what makes ...

    Novella 1-*** Novella 2-**** Novella 3-***.5 Overall 3.5*. This was very different to the normal Sanderson stories. It still had a cool concept. Dealing with issues of psychology or humans dealing with inner problems are normally something Sanderson writes about. Its his forte/nic...

    I have read several of Brandon Sandersons books & short stories and the Legion ones are among my favorites. The concept peeked my interest and Sandersons fast-paced writing style pulled me in. I am looking forward to reading the new story in this series. Thanks to Macmillan-Tor/...

    Full review to come as soon as i have a spare minute... But this an all-star fiction. This is my THE best favourite Sanderson?s book. I like better than Mistborn. Better than Emperor?s Soul. Better than anything else he wrote. Loved it from the first page and to the last. Pur...

    ?My own brain fights against me.? ?No. We?re your brain, boss. We fight with you.? I?m on a mission to read all the Brandon Sanderson books. Yeah. It might take a while. (thank god) Sanderson is for me the young but wise king of fantasy. Someone who is just abou...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I love Brandon Sanderson's work and featured him in me author Broadside No. 3. That was published back on June 1, 2016. Since then, I apparently haven't read anything by him! Travesty. Luckily, I finally listened to this short story collection. I am ce...

    This book contains all three novella, which are available individually as well. Stephen Leeds thinks of himself as an ordinary, dull person. However, his many hallucinations are brilliant, quirky, and colorful. With the help of 50 hallucinations (aspects each with their expansive exper...

    FRTC ...

    Sad that Sanderson sees this as an ending to this series, I would have liked to see a full length dive into this character ...

    Legion: 5/5 This was a reread for me and I forgot how much I liked this book. I really like all of Stephen?s aspects and how weird this book is. The mystery was interesting and the idea of being able to take a picture and go back in time. That is so cool! I love it. Skin Deep: ...

    I fell in love with Stephen and his many aspects- what a wonderful, wonderful collection. I really really enjoyed this one. ...

  • Karishma
    Sep 27, 2018

    Fun and thrilling to dark, poignant and intimate, Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds have them all. This omnibus was my second venture into Sanderson?s non-Cosmere book/trilogy; the first one being Snapshot. Once again, Sanderson didn?t disappoint. Legion: The Many Lives of...

    I was SO excited to see a wrap-up to this trilogy of SF novellas by Brandon Sanderson! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is set of three interlocking science fiction/mystery novellas, with the detective role played by schizophrenic ge...

    Stephen has a lot of people in his head. And while that sounds like a bad thing, he's managed to make it work for him. So, basically, he's like Sherlock Holmes but with multiple personality disorder. Ish. That will make sense if you read the book. Promise. This book was...

    Hallucinating good!!! This book contains the all three short stories of "Legion", the first one with the same name, the second one "Skin Deep" and the third one (and final one (so far)) "Lies of the Beholder". INSANE(LY) ENTERTAINING While I knew about this book series...

    'Voices in My Head: Part Three' has just been published and it made me round up my rating, as I am pretty certain I will when I reread the third story. 4.5 stars. Legion carries the Sanderson trademark through and through, with concepts which are fantastical and far out, but the...

    This book was a compilation volume containing all three of Sanderson's Stephen Leeds novellas. I'll mainly focus on giving my thoughts on the newly released third novella, Lies of the Beholder, as I've already shared my thoughts on the other two in previous reviews. I did reread bo...

    3.5 It?s so Hard to Say Goodbye Stars This is the final novella to complete out the story of a brilliant man who is just a little bit crazy, or at least his hallucinations are. We first met Steven Leeds on the worst blind date ever. It is a little disconcerting to find out the ...

    Mr. Sanderson? writing is great when it comes to fantasy, especially to his Stormlight Archive series. However, he should stay away from science fiction, as this is not a genre for everyone to write. The science part is missing completely from this novella, there is no worldbuild...

    This was my first Sanderson and will definitely not be my last. This was a near perfect series for me in terms of characters, plot and pacing till the last chapter which flickered out towards a crushing disappointing and an ending which seemed just wrong. I would highly recommend...