Mistborn: Secret History by Brandon Sanderson

8-JAN-2020 3/5 Not Sanderson’s best work but lots of interesting details about the Cosmere.

Rating: 3/5

Summary: I only read Mistborn: Secret History, which is only one book within this larger book. It was a fun read but it’s written in the shadow of the original Mistborn trilogy so the outcome is already known. The value in reading is a lot higher if you’re a Kelsier fan or you want more details about Ruin, Presevation and how their powers work.

Finished On: 8-JAN-2020


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Intangibles by Amer Kaissi

12/18/2019 2/5 Not actually healthcare specific.

Rating: 2/5

Summary: Not actually healthcare specific. I’d say it contains a lot of good material, but I’ve heard it all before so it was pretty boring. A lot of stories I’ve read in other books, the ones I hadn’t didn’t really interest me. Sometimes I feel like if you’ve read one leadership self-help book you’ve read them all.

Finished On: 12/18/2019


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Way of the Shaman: Survival Quest by Vasily Mahanenko

12/12/2019 4/5 This is the first litRPG book I’ve ever read, fun but kinda predictable.

Rating: 4/5

Summary: It’s broadly similar to Ready Player One, but the mechanics and goals are totally different. It was actually pretty unique although somewhat predictable. Translated from Russian it felt like an angsty teenager wrote it in one sitting but it’s still oddly satisfying.

Finished On: 12/12/2019


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