By Brandon Sanderson
While Calamity lit up the sky, the Epics have been born. David's destiny has been tied to their villainy ever seeing that that old evening. Steelheart killed his father. Firefight stole his center. And now Regalia has grew to become his closest best friend right into a harmful enemy.
David knew Prof's mystery, and saved it even if Prof struggled to regulate the consequences of his Epic powers. yet dealing with Obliteration in Babilar was once an excessive amount of. as soon as the Reckoners' chief, Prof has now embraced his Epic future. He's disappeared into these murky shadows of risk Epics are notorious for internationally, and everybody is familiar with there's no turning back.
But everyone seems to be flawed. Redemption is feasible for Epics -- Megan proved it. They're now not misplaced. no longer thoroughly. And David is simply approximately loopy adequate to stand down the main strong excessive Epic of all to get his buddy again. Or die trying.
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Whilst Calamity lit up the sky, the Epics have been born. David's destiny has been tied to their villainy ever due to the fact that that historical evening. Steelheart killed his father. Firefight stole his middle. And now Regalia has became his closest best friend right into a harmful enemy.
David knew Prof's mystery, and saved it even if Prof struggled to regulate the results of his Epic powers. yet dealing with Obliteration in Babilar used to be an excessive amount of. as soon as the Reckoners' chief, Prof has now embraced his Epic future. He's disappeared into these murky shadows of risk Epics are notorious for across the world, and everybody is aware there's no turning back.
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