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10 thoughts on “Mitosis

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    4 stars for this short action packed novella... from the reluctant reader and me

    This was a enjoyable short story that gave me an appreciation for hotdogs! It also appears to be a necessary or maybe a better word is helpful bridge to the next book in the trilogy....

    In this book we learn how the Reckoners have shed light (literally) on the city of newcago... and we are introduced to a new Epic Mitosis who has a very cool power of dividing as many times as he wants....

    A short read, but I think well worth it, you get to spend a little more time with these fabulous characters, I think I like David and Abraham even more after this book!

    PS: we have already started the next book in the series, however last night mom might have crashed out a little too early to get into it too far! 😪

  3. says:

    I have only read this book for 1 hour!

    It is very entertaining and fun! Alhamdulillah.

    I love this book so much Alhamdulillah.

    I am off to 'Firefight' Alhamdulillah!

  4. says:

    This was a great short story!

    Set after of the events on the book Steelheart, now you can starting to understand the new role that The Reckoners must take after taking hard decisions at the end of the first novel.

    Any action has consequences, and now The Reckoners know that anything that they, or some of its team, may done, will have sequels.

    It was a brief reading but it has a great final act, so I was quite glad of having read this short story.

    I opted not to comment more about this reading to avoid a "too soon" spoil since I just posted my review about the first book in the series.

  5. says:

    Firstly, let me say that I do love the Reckoner’s series. Brandon Sanderson has such a stylish way of writing David’s story: the prose is short, snappy, and brilliant. This short story also manifests the same flair. But, when considering its structure, reader investment and contribution towards this series, then it can only be thought of as a waste of time. There, I actually said it. Brandon Sanderson has actually written something that I don’t like. I never thought I’d live to see the day because he is a great fantasy writer.

    Where’s the rest of it?

    Simply put, this is far too short. The story itself is only forty pages long. This, when combined with the quick nature of his prose, results in a short story that can be read in around ten minutes. This is frustrating because the edition costs the same price as a standard paperback novel. In my opinion, this should have been made freely available online. It feels that this was simply published to create hype for the (then) upcoming release of Firefight. This resulted in a disappointing story on all levels because it is lacking so much that it vitally needed.

    The story is, essentially, an action sequence. If you’ve read Firefight then you would have seen the references to the epic known as Mitosis. This story is, simply, David’s battle with her. The action is fantastic, it is Sanderson after all, but that’s all it has: action. There is no real solid plot or payoff; there is no real character development or even time to for the feelings of sympathy to emerge over David’s past. It is simply fast, cheap, action. From reading this I feel like I’ve gained very little. This has not enhanced my estimation of the series or its characters; this has not improved the overall plot of the series, and, if anything, has only annoyed me because this was pointless, and was barely entertaining.

    Cool Epic profiles


    As previous readers will know, David likes to classify Epics. He does this so he can figure out their weaknesses and their strengths. In here are some pictures of David’s research. For me, this saved the edition. I found these profiles to be quite fun, and helped to evoke the nature of David’s mission. I’d like to see some of these in the full novels because I think it would help to solidify the comic book nature of this series. That being said though, these simply could have been posted on the author’s website or on advertising campaigns for the release of Firefight.


    Overall, I thought this was a waste of time. These profiles were, again, for the soul purpose of creating more hype for Firefight. This is good for the book publishers, but for the reader it’s not that great. Had the short story in here been an actual proper short story then this may have been a different matter.

    The Reckoners
    1. Steelheart- A vengeful 4 stars
    1.5 Mitosis- A time wasting 2 stars
    2. Firefight- A heart jerking 4.5 stars
    3. Calamity- A terrible one star

  6. says:

    The best way to describe this very short story is.. meh.

    I don't know if it will add anything to the series (I'll update after reading book 2) but I wasn't feeling it.
    It was okay!

  7. says:

    Why is this so short?!?!?! Well it is a SHORT story, but still...

    Solid bridge between first and second book. Now off to Firefight. Can't wait for my mind to be blown again.

  8. says:

    This is a super short novella involving how the city has changed after the ending of Steelheart. It is not necessary to read for the next Novel but it probably just ~30 minutes of reading time if you have some time to kill.

    The Good: We get a glimpse of how the people in the city are changing and a few bad metaphors from David.

    “I like it. The colors are different. Not like the city was before Calamity, but also a big change from how it was under Steelheart. They make the city look like a big … chessboard. Um, one painted a lot of colors.”
    “Or perhaps a quilt?” Abraham asked, sounding amused.
    “Sure, I suppose. If you want to use a boring metaphor.”
    A quilt. Why hadn’t I thought of that?

    Most of the story is a long action sequence against an epic that comes to the city looking for the Reckoners. He has some interesting traits and might be a clue to how to discover the Epic’s weaknesses.

    I liked seeing the lead into where the next book will pick up.

    The Bad: Well really there isn’t much bad except that I wanted more, but I always want to read more in any Sanderson story. And my Reckoner future boyfriend Cody wasn’t in this one I missed him.

  9. says:

    *** 4 ***

    An impromptu buddy read with BB&B

    A fast, light and delightful short story, which fits between the first and second books of the series. It was definitely on the comedy side of Sanderson and a transition from the tyranny of Steelheart to the effort of being human governed. People are still uncomfortable with the thought of the possibility of being free...

    Don't attempt reading if you have not read the first volume, but if you have, definitely a fun addition'-) Have a great time reading!

  10. says:

    Do not read the blurb for this book if you haven't read and are planning to read book one. Major book one spoiler
    And if you haven't read book one.... Steelheart (Reckoners, #1) by Brandon Sanderson

    I'm so happy to be back in Newcago! Even if it was for only 35 pages, it was 35 pages of humor, action, characters I love, and a new Epic to tie me over until book 2.

    Loved it!

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