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|Book Name||Yumi and the Nightmare Painter|
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Unlike Painter, who lives in a world of blackness, technology, and nightmares, Yumi is from a realm of gardens, meditation, and spirits. Can they put aside their differences when their lives become entangled in mysterious ways and work together to solve the puzzles of their position and save each other’s towns from doom?
About The Author Brandon Sanderson
Arcanum Unbounded, a collection of short fiction set in the Cosmere universe, which includes Brandon’s Mistborn series and the Stormlight Archive, and The Dark Talent, the concluding volume of Alcatraz Smedry’s autobiographical account of his battle against the Evil Librarians who secretly rule our world, are Brandon’s major books for the second half of 2016. Novellas Edgedancer and The Emperor’s Soul, both from the Stormlight Archive, can be found in this collection.
Calamity, the third and final book in his Reckoners trilogy, which began with Steelheart and reached #1 on The New York Times Bestseller List, was published earlier this year.
Lincoln, Nebraska is where Brandon Sanderson was born in 1975. Brandon used to read avidly, but he lost interest in the books his teachers assigned him and now he rarely picks up a book if he can prevent it. His attitude shifted after one of his eighth grade teachers gave him Barbara Hambly’s Dragonsbane.
Brandon was already on his eleventh novel when Tor Books publisher Moshe Feder bought his sixth. Tor has released the first two volumes of the ten-volume series The Stormlight Archive, as well as Elantris, the Mistborn trilogy and its follow-up The Alloy of Law, Warbreaker, and The Way of Kings and Words of Radiance.
He was chosen to write the final book in Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time trilogy, which began with 2009’s The Gathering Storm and continued with 2010’s Towers of Midnight and 2013’s A Memory of Light. His novella Infinity Blade Awakening was an ebook hit for Epic Games to accompany their acclaimed Infinity Blade iOS video game series, and four volumes in his Alcatraz vs. the Evil Librarians series have been reissued by Starscape in new editions. In 2012, Subterranean Press and Tachyon Publications released two more novellas, Legion and The Emperor’s Soul, and in 2013, Tor and Delacorte published two young adult novels, The Rithmatist and Steelheart, respectively.
Brandon was the first author in four years to receive the David Gemmell Legend Award for his 2011 publication The Way of Kings. The Emperor’s Soul received the 2013 Hugo Award for Best Novella. Five of his publications have debuted at the top of The New York Times Best Sellers List, and he has appeared on the list multiple times.
Brandon, together with his family (wife and children) currently resides in Utah, where he is a professor of creative writing at Brigham Young University.
Yumi and the Nightmare Painter Book Summary
This story was so delightful and whimsical to read. With its emphasis on art and the creative process, this book, like Warbreaker, is vivid and vibrant. The opulent imagery created an immersive reading experience, and the artwork was exquisite throughout. I am always captivated by tales about individuals with vastly different lives who share a connection that transcends time. It is a natural progression for the most vulnerable relationships to develop. It adds an element of mystery to the plot in which both characters are attempting to determine why they are connected, and I enjoyed how the mystery developed over the course of the novel and contributed to the plot’s natural progression.
In addition, I adored Sanderson’s ability to have Nikaro and Yumi develop from each other and progress as individuals. The act of tethering them together served as the catalyst for their radical transformation into new individuals over the course of the novel. The progression of their relationship was very natural and believable, consisting of the forward and backward movements that occur during a period of self-development and exploration.
I can appreciate that Sanderson is expanding his writing scope and attempting new things with these Secret Projects, and I believe it’s working out really well for him so far. Both this book and Tress of the Emerald Sea are wonderful, cosy reads that are a pleasant departure from his usual tone.