Do you read non-cosmere works?

chongjasmine

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Do you read non-cosmere works? For me, beside WOT, I tend not to read non-cosmere works by Brandon Sanderson.

What about you?
 

Berlyn

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I've read (almost) everything Sanderson has written. I really enjoyed The Reckoners series and the Skyward series. I actually think if The Boys hadn't already been adapted for television, The Reckoners would be a great first foray into adaption for the big screen.
 

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I've read the first Skyward novel. Been meaning to read the other two, but I might just wait until the fourth one releases and pick up a box set.
There is also a spin off of three cowritten with another author.
 

Xavier Schwindt

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I just finished reading all of the so far published Secret Projects by Brandon Sanderson, those boing Sunlit Man, Yumi and the Nightmare Painter, as well as A Frugal Wizards Guide to Surviving Medieval England.
I am curious to see how others liked them as well as rated them. In my opinion SLM is the best (pretty much being a SLA standalone), with Yumi following and, Frugal coming in last but still being better than most books that are published today.
 

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Agree with your order for the ones you mention, but you have left out the first, Tress of the Emerald Sea.
 

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