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Legion #3

Lies of the Beholder

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The shocking conclusion to Brandon Sanderson's Legion novella series, on its own for the first time.

Stephen Leeds is perfectly sane. It’s his hallucinations who are mad.

A genius of unrivaled aptitude, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory people—Stephen calls them aspects—to hold and manifest the information. Wherever he goes, he is joined by a team of imaginary experts to give advice, interpretation, and explanation. He uses them to solve problems . . . for a price.

When Stephen gets an unexpected cry for help from the woman who taught him how to control his aspects—right when one of his aspects suddenly and violently disappears—it will send him on a case the likes of which he could never have imagined.

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

103 pages, Kindle Edition

First published September 20, 2018

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Brandon Sanderson

401 books203k followers
Brandon’s major books for the second half of 2016 are The Dark Talent, the final volume in Alcatraz Smedry’s autobiographical account of his battle against the Evil Librarians who secretly rule our world, and Arcanum Unbounded, the collection of short fiction in the Cosmere universe that includes the Mistborn series and the Stormlight
Archive, among others. This collection features The Emperor’s Soul, Mistborn: Secret History, and a brand-new Stormlight Archive novella, Edgedancer.

Earlier this year he released Calamity, the finale of the #1 New York Times bestselling Reckoners trilogy that began with Steelheart .

Brandon Sanderson was born in 1975 in Lincoln, Nebraska. As a child Brandon enjoyed reading, but he lost interest in the types of titles often suggested to him, and by junior high he never cracked a book if he could help it. This changed when an eighth grade teacher gave him Dragonsbane by Barbara Hambly.

Brandon was working on his thirteenth novel when Moshe Feder at Tor Books bought the sixth he had written. Tor has published Elantris, the Mistborn trilogy and its followup The Alloy of Law, Warbreaker, and The Way of Kings and Words of Radiance, the first two in the planned ten-volume series The Stormlight Archive. He was chosen to complete Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series; 2009’s The Gathering Storm and 2010’s Towers of Midnight were followed by the final book in the series, A Memory of Light, in January 2013. Four books in his middle-grade Alcatraz vs. the Evil Librarians series have been released in new editions by Starscape, and his novella Infinity Blade Awakening was an ebook bestseller for Epic Games accompanying their acclaimed Infinity Blade iOS video game series. Two more novellas, Legion and The Emperor’s Soul, were released by Subterranean Press and Tachyon Publications in 2012, and 2013 brought two young adult novels, The Rithmatist from Tor and Steelheart from Delacorte.

The only author to make the short list for the David Gemmell Legend Award six times in four years, Brandon won that award in 2011 for The Way of Kings. The Emperor’s Soul won the 2013 Hugo Award for Best Novella. He has appeared on the New York Times Best-Seller List multiple times, with five novels hitting the #1 spot.

Currently living in Utah with his wife and children, Brandon teaches creative writing at Brigham Young University.

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1,597 reviews6,646 followers
February 6, 2023
I really enjoyed the conclusion to the Legion trilogy. So much so I do not want it to end, I keep trying to think of new ways he could come back, or what his future holds.

Legion gets a message from his past that will definitely affect his future. He is given the choice of his life, but to find peace he must first face his nightmares.

It was awesome seeing these characters evolve and grow, I know Legion' s pain. Though the characters are not real I will miss them. A great story a bit on the short side with a more bitter the sweet ending. Legion the series might be finished but but he will be remembered.
February 10, 2022
I waited nearly four years to read this book to have it all come to...this? Really? I mean, REALLY?

But hey, I guess I can't complain. At least I didn't buy the book as soon as it was released and therefore didn't get totally ripped off by paying 10 bloody shrimping euros for 100 miserable pages. So go me and stuff.

· Book 1: Legion ★★★★
· Book 2: Skin Deep ★★★★★

[August 11, 2018]

Excerpt from the book available here!!

Argh, I miss Stephen Leeds' hallucinations so bad , why does this book have to be so bloody shrimping expensive?!

[April 2018]

Our Lord Shrimp knows, Mr Sanderson and I have had our, um, differences, in the past. Nothing, um, major, mind you. Just slight, um, disagreements, about the, um, quality, of his writing abilities and stuff. Ever wonder why the whole world members of the Sanderson Cult put a bounty on my head, or why they eat shrimps for breakfast? Because they're a heartless, intolerant bunch? There is that, yes. But I think it mostly has to do with the fact that they start convulsing whenever someone DNFs gives a 2-star rating rates one of Mr Sanderson's wonderful books anything less than 5 stars. Told you they were heartless.

Anyway, my point is (because yes, there is a point), if you see me actually adding one of Mr S.'s creations to my to-read shelf, it should tell you something. Yes, it should. What should it tell you, you ask? That said creation might perhaps possibly not be entirely crappy (unlike the rest the stuff Mr S. usually writes). As it happens, this little series right here may or may not be one of my mostest favoritest ever (but don't tell the Sanderson Freaks Cult, or I'll never hear the end of it). So when I saw that we were finally getting a new instalment in this series, I went all like…

I know that losing one's lower jaw in public isn't very polite, but you have to understand, I've been waiting for this story to be published for three bloody shrimping years!

So off I went to pre-order my copy (please refrain from mentioning this to the Sanderson Freaks Cult, too. I'm afraid it wouldn't be good for their heart pressure and stuff). And I saw the price. And I went all like…

10 bloody stinking euros for a 100-page novella? You know what this is called, in technical terms? A bloody fishing rip-off, that's what. Stephen Leeds, I lurves you and stuff, but not THAT much. Also, I have plenty of harem slaves boarders to take care of entertain me while waiting for your overly overpriced price to dramatically go down, so I'm sure time will fly in the meantime and stuff.
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1,880 reviews22.7k followers
June 30, 2019
I still love Brandon Sanderson’s LEGION series and adore Stephen Leeds and his hallucinatory aspects, but “Lies of the Beholder” ... was kind of a letdown.

As “Lies of the Beholder” (the third and last novella in this series) begins, Stephen Leeds is giving a private interview to Jenny Zhang, a reporter who begins displaying far more insight into Stephen’s mental state and thought processes than he’s comfortable with. This uncomfortable interview is interrupted by a text from the long-missing Sandra that says, simply, HELP. Stephen is desperate to find Sandra, but her trail is elusive … and some of Stephen’s aspects are becoming alarmingly unreliable.

“Legion” and “Skin Deep” are both fun, fairly light reads with some intriguing psychological aspects. “Lies of the Beholder” is significantly different in tone. Without getting into spoiler territory, I admire Sanderson’s decision to take the final Legion story in a different, darker direction, but the final story felt like it needed more fine-tuning.

The concept and basic plot of “Lies of the Beholder” is a strong one and had several truly surprising ― even shocking ― moments. However, there are some significant plot holes here, and I didn’t think the various elements tied together in a way that was sufficiently logical within the framework of this universe. As a result, I was left feeling vaguely dissatisfied with the resolution of Stephen’s story. That dissatisfaction was underscored by a final wrap-up that suggested a far too simple answer to the problem of Stephen’s schizophrenia.

I’m still enthusiastic about the LEGION series as a whole. Stephen and his aspects are both original and appealing. This last story was almost great, but didn’t quite hold water for me.
Profile Image for Deborah Obida.
673 reviews604 followers
September 6, 2020
This was a bit underwhelming, though it was a good conclusion to the series I expected more.

Stephen Leeds is still crazy despite denying it, his aspects are always fun to read about.

The world building and writing is great, I actually liked it.

“Who cares?” I said. “Yes, it’s all in my head. But pain is ‘all in my head’ too. Love is ‘all in my head.’ All the things that matter in life are the things you can’t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn’t make them unimportant.”

The above quote is so accurate, every important thing in our life happens in our head.

I like all the characters, they are all well written, my favourite is JC.

“So…” J.C. said, hands on hips as he regarded the building. “Anyone else worried that this doctor’s office is in a slum?”
“It’s not a slum,” Ivy said, extending her hand to help me from the back of the limo.
“Sure,” J.C. said. “And those aren’t crack dealers on the corner over there.”
“J.C., those kids are like six.”
He narrowed his eyes. “Starting early, are they? Nefarious little entrepreneurs.”

The plot follows Stephen Leeds who has lots of hallucinations that he calls aspects, they all have different skills. Recently something is not right with them. There is one other person like him, Sandra, she taught him all he knows about how to use the aspects then she disappeared. She just resurfaced when he is loosing control of his, is she here to help or not.
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130 reviews45 followers
November 7, 2018
I broke my fucking hiatus from goodreads to give my tow cents about this freaking book which is bad for me , me entering goodreads is like "Alec" entering wonderland i get lost pretty fast and for so long... Any who , i never thought i will be "dissing" a Sanderson's book in my life, but here i go: It felt so bad so shitty , near the end you have the impression that something is wrong that something is missing: it was just soo limp ,,, yes limp that's the exact word I'm looking for , it's like when someone is having sex and near the end his dick falls off or deflate or whatever ... WTF I'm saying , i don' know anymore, it's just that i liked this series so much, and to have it end in this pathetic manner is very awful AAAAGHh...
Profile Image for Frank Hidalgo-Gato Durán.
Author 10 books214 followers
June 12, 2021
Muy buen final. Anderson lo cerró todo muy bien, y con un final tan nostálgico, como realista.
La tercera parte me ha gustado tanto como la primera. Es una trilogía corta y no aburre. Tampoco hacen falta libros tan gruesos, si de ofrecer el conjunto de los elementos necesarios en una buena obra se trata, y este ha sido el caso.
La trilogía merece la pena, y el tema sobre la personalidad múltiple lo aborda con originalidad.😊👍
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1,007 reviews209 followers
April 26, 2020

Nightmares didn’t follow the rules.

At first I liked the tone of the novel, dark to even represent horror for an instant (I even liked it more than the previous 2), but then all that crescendo was blurred, leaving a weak ending that he tried with good intention to give it a end to the trilogy.

Stephen goes to an interview to fulfill a commitment, and suddenly he receives the long-awaited news from his friend Sandra, asking for help. We soon found out that Stephen is having a crisis related to his hallucinations, his control is disintegrating.

Or where Stephen

JC still is the best.

Al principio me gustó el tono que llevaba la novella oscuro hasta representar horror por un instante (incluso me gustaba más que las 2 anteriores) , pero después se desdibujó todo ese crescendo quedando en un final débil que trató con buena intención de darle un final a la trilogia.

Stephen va a una entrevista por cumplir un compromiso, y de pronto recibe las tan esperadas noticias de su amiga Sandra, pidi+endole su ayuda. Pronto descubrimos que Stephen esta sufriendo una crisis relacionada con sus alucinaciones, su control esta desintegrándose.

O donde Stephen ;P

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kind of odd that Legion The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds (Legion, #1-3) by Brandon Sanderson is expected in september, and the novella in november?
66 reviews
December 23, 2017
I don't need to read a Brandon Sanderson book to know if it's going to be five stars.
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214 reviews16 followers
May 16, 2023
پایان: ۱۴۰۲/۲/۲۶
اصلا ابن جلد رو دوست نداشتم خیلی مسخره بود.
و البته اتمام این مجموعه بود.
Profile Image for Anish Kohli.
182 reviews257 followers
February 12, 2020
10/02/20: Full Review Up!

Book number 4 and my first series from Brandon Sanderson done and dusted!! Yes, I am aware this is a short story/novella but I’m never getting used to the word ‘novella’ and I’ll stubbornly use the word ‘book’. So yeah.

I’d say this is a pretty great conclusion to the series. I’m not gonna say that I was super invested in the characters or the series bcz with a person like me, who unnaturally favors the longer books, it’s hard to actually feel connected with such a short series. But if I talk from the entertainment value standpoint, I think this is a pretty dang good series that you can devour in a very short time and get a win-win scenario by ramping up your book count and still getting an engaging read.

Overall, I think this series has given me a good chance to get acquainted with Brandon’s writing before I delved into his bigger and more appreciated series/works. I like how he writes, it’s breezy and still keeps the pace. The suspense was well maintained and the way he created his characters in such a small length, I think that was admirable.

I go confidently to Amazon to do a Sanderson-only book haul!

27/12/18: RTC
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692 reviews72 followers
August 5, 2019
Evet seride en sevdiğim kitap bu oldu...gerçi sonu beni yeterince tatmin etmedi ama yine de güzeldi...
Profile Image for Divine.
334 reviews167 followers
November 20, 2018
“Yes, it’s all in my head. But pain is ‘all in my head’ too. Love is ‘all in my head.’ All the things that matter in life are the things you can’t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn’t make them unimportant.”
SANDERSON DID IT AGAIN. I never meant to get attached with the aspects nor to actually really love this novella but why dafuq am I ugly crying????????? (Hahahah who am I kidding?)
This final novella was truly an emotional and turbulent read and to say that my heart is obliterated to a million shards in the ether is a fcking understatement. This was just so good especially the last parts. I do think that it's a Sanderson thing to spill all the fckload of emotions and plot twists by the end. Lies of the Beholder is the culmination of the inevitability of it all. This was painful and I LOVED IT.
121 reviews57 followers
October 7, 2018
Easily - EASILY - The best of the series.

For such short novellas, these pack quite the punch. I read this following the release of Sanderson's "Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds", which is a single volume containing all three of these novellas. This conclusion really rounds it all out and brought a sense of closure to a set of circumstances and characters that I really didn't think would end impressively. Well done.

These are by no means hefty, but they do require a good deal of attention to really appreciate the nuances and developments that Brandon makes throughout the series. Highly, highly recommend if you're in the mood for something quick to chew through in a day or two.
Profile Image for Richard.
452 reviews104 followers
August 7, 2019

Not much to be said about this, it was decent enough but only lasted a few hours and didn't differ all that much from the other two that came before it. The narrator is good and manages the different voices well making each distinguishable from the other and the pacing is done nicely. There just wasn't masses of substance but then again it is a short story which I can struggle with.

The completionist in me made me listen to this one but I don't think it was necessary really.
Profile Image for Diana Stoyanova.
591 reviews123 followers
June 13, 2021
Приятно ми беше да срещна отново Стивън Лиийдс и да видя какво се случва с аспектите му, но за разлика от предходните две части, тази беше някак си по- статична, по- меланхолична и по- скучновата.
Profile Image for Vignesh Ashok Kumar.
69 reviews18 followers
September 30, 2018
Rating - 7/10(Good) - RIP Hallucinatory friends :(

This is the final novella of this insane trilogy and I am really sad to say that this novella was really disappointing. I am going to go ahead and criticize this one completely.

The novel was a emotional journey for me and I felt more concerned about the aspects of Stephen Leeds (mainly Tobias :( ). The idea was avant-garde in my opinion and the psychological elements were addressed in an excellent manner.

But other than that the novel was not a great ending to this trilogy. There were many plot holes that were not addressed properly by the author. The ending of the novel was awful and bland. The main antagonist was annoying and Sandra was a complete jerk. If she hadn't been the plot element, this series would have gone smoother. But this is not the worst. The worst of all is the killing of the characters. Damn!! The author had to kill off all the aspects and just bring them back by typing on a computer (not clear if all the aspects are brought back to life though). Seriously? That was not cool man.

I get that the author was exploring different aspects of hallucination and it's psychology. But not providing a fine ending is just making me lukewarm. :(
This entire review has been hidden because of spoilers.
Profile Image for Sibel Gandy.
951 reviews55 followers
June 24, 2019
4,5 / 5
Bitti mi şimdi seri yavvv. Ne güzel okuyorduk 😞
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1,002 reviews25 followers
April 5, 2021
Vee bir serinin daha sonuna geldim. Brandon Sanderson'dan okuduğum 3. seri Lejyon serisi olmuştu. Ocak ayında başladığım seriyi Lejyon Kayıp Suretler'le bitirdim. Her ne kadar kısa kitaplar olsa da yeterli hissettiren bir seriydi. Brandon Sanderson asla boş bir olay anlatma gereği duymamış ve karakterleri derinleştirmeyi, ilginç bir olay oluşturmayı iyi başarmış. Psikolojik rahatsızlıklara bolca değinilmesi de beğendiğim bir noktaydı. Bu kitapta yine bir maceranın peşine düşülürken Stephen Leeds'in yaşadığı sorunları anlatıyor. Bir yandan da artık konuyu toparlayarak finale hazırlıyor. Her ne kadar hızlı bir bitişe sahip olsa da bana yeterli hissettirdi. Yarı açık bir sondu ancak insanın sinirlerini allak bullak eden cinsten belirsizlikte değildi ve nereye bağlanacağı görülebiliyordu. Bence Lejyon serisinin en iyi kitabıydı. İlk 2 kitaptaki konular daha heyecanlı olsa da bu kitaptaki duygusallığı daha çok beğendim. Sonuç olarak keyifle okuduğum bir seri oldu. Sanderson'un en sevdiğim serisi olmadı ancak bir kez daha anladım ki kendisi en sevdiğim fantastik yazarlar arasında. Sissoylu, Alcatraz ve Lejyon olarak beğenimi sıralayabilirim.
Profile Image for Jefi Sevilay.
593 reviews53 followers
September 19, 2019
Oldukça keyifli, tadı damağında bırakan bir hikayeydi. Brandon Sanderson öyle iyi bir yazar ki uzun hikayeleri kadar kısa hikayeleri de hemen ilgi çekiyor ve konuyu çok güzel toparlıyor. Bence Alcatraz serisi gibi bu da oldukça yerinde bir uzunluktaydı. Bence devamı gelir.
Profile Image for Ashley.
2,659 reviews1,693 followers
November 1, 2018
Well, I suppose it had to happen sometime. I'm rating a Brandon Sanderson book less than four stars. He's written about five million of them, so statistically this was a very likely outcome, eventually. And now it has, and we can all move on with our lives.

I really enjoyed the first two novellas in this series. The premise is great (a genius who has schizophrenia channels his illness into the creation of imaginary people who he calls aspects, all of whom are experts in one field or another). And it was so fun seeing it in action in the first two books! But here, everything starts to fall apart. There were hints that Stephen was losing control of his aspects in the first two books, it was intriguing to see where Sanderson took it, and even while he's falling apart here, it remains interesting. My problem was with the ending.

I did not feel like the ending worked as a resolution to the story I was reading. Sanderson has said that this series, and especially this third novella, are really personal to him. And I get that! But sometimes when you make it really personal for yourself, it doesn't always translate to other people. I wasn't reading a story that had anything to do with paralleling Stephen and his aspects with the way a writer thinks about his characters. It's just not something that resonates with me in relation to this story. So the fact that the ending was keyed towards resolving something I didn't need resolved, just made me feel like the story I was reading doesn't have any resolution at all.

Oh, well. I guess you can't win them all. I'm sure I will again in the near future enjoy a Sanderson book. (I have high hopes for Skyward!)

[3.5 stars]
Profile Image for Aydan Yalçın.
Author 36 books108 followers
August 3, 2019

Lejyon Yitik Suretler tam da beklediğim gibi bir kitaptı. Stephen'ın halüsinasyonlarından biri olan Armando ortadan kaybolur ve bu durum Stephen'ın eski kabuslarının geri gelmesine neden olur. Halüsinasyonları bir bir çekip gidince Stephen ne yapacaktır?

İkinci kitapta Stephen ve halüsinasyonlarının arasındaki bağ hakkında edindiğimiz bilgilerden sonra bu kitapta okuduklarıma çok şaşırmadım fakat şaşırmıyor olmak üzülmeyeceğiniz anlamına gelmiyor. Özellikle de en sevdiğiniz halüsinasyonların başlarına gelenleri okuduktan sonra kalbiniz bir parça kırılıyor. Onlara ne kadar alıştığınızı fark ediyorsunuz ve Stephen’ın yerinde olmayı hayal dahi edemiyorsunuz.

Kitabın adı zaten konuyu ele veriyor, çok detay vermeye gerek yok ama Sanderson yine çok çılgın şeyler yazmış. Önceki kitaplarda üstü kapalı anlatılan konulara nihayet bir açıklık getirilmesi güzel oldu. Serinin devamı gelir mi bilinmez ama gelmesi gerektiğini düşünenlerdenim. Bu olay burada kapanamaz, henüz cevapsız sorular var.
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524 reviews94 followers
November 28, 2018
This was the third and final book of the Stephen Leeds trilogy and I loved this so much. I just wish they were longer or there was more to the series.

Unlike most of Brandon Sanderson's works this is more of a contemporary mystery book. Steven Leeds manages his multiple personality disorder by externlizing them as separate personalities he interacts with. So he has a little multiple personality disorder mixed with sichzophenia. He sees and hears his personalities and interacts with them. Each personality has a different set of skills that Stephen Leeds can utilize at any time just by interacting with those particular entities. This is so unlike anything I've ever read and it was such a pleasure to read.
Profile Image for Kaya Dimitrova.
327 reviews71 followers
November 24, 2019
Ето че се завърнах (най-накрая!) в света на Стивън Лийдс, който той обитава заедно със своите аспекти.

"Лъжи наяве" е най-малко любимата ми книга от трите в тази поредица, но писането на Сандерсън просто няма как да ме разочарова, затова тази книга заслужено получава висока оценка. В третата част от поредица Стивън Лийдс и екипът му се впускат в поредната мистерия, която този път е пряко свързана с шизофренията на Стив, нейното лечение и Сандра - жената, която го разбира най-добре от всички. Аспектите на Стив и тук дейно му помагат в случая, но този път ги грози опасността да изчезнат завинаги от главата на Стивън...

"Лъжи наяве" дава много отговори, но и мисля, че си оставя вратичка за други, така че силно се надявам да получим още от Стивън Лийдс!
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73 reviews10 followers
September 27, 2018
A great book but a very disappointing and flawed ending.
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514 reviews87 followers
February 7, 2019
“Yes, it’s all in my head. But pain is ‘all in my head’ too. Love is ‘all in my head.’ All the things that matter in life are the things you can’t measure! The things our brains make up! Being made-up doesn’t make them unimportant.”

Lies of the Beholder is the third and final book in the Legion trilogy, a sci-fi series written by Brandon Sanderson.

This is my second sci-fi series from this author, and I’m sad to say that the ending underwhelmed me.


I understand what Sanderson tried to do with this book. The stakes were raised, the issue became about life and death, it was a way to give answers to questions raised in the first two books and wrap everything up neatly in a giant bow for a stunning conclusion.

I could see the attempt through the storyline, but the effort fell flat. Knowing how important the Aspects were, their goodbye just wasn’t impactful enough. The story moved fast, but I felt like the first half of the book had good pacing, while the second half rushed quite a bit to keep the book under two hundred pages.

My main criticism is personal. I felt nothing. I didn’t feel bad for Stephen, nor his Aspects, which didn’t sit well with me because I was heavily invested in the characters in the first two books.


A strong and entertaining start to a trilogy which is fun and fast-paced, but with an ending that doesn’t meet it’s potential.
Profile Image for M. Tatari.
Author 30 books274 followers
July 6, 2020
Serinin kesinlikle en iyi kitabı.

Lejyon'un daha önceki maceralarında kâh gizemli bir fotoğraf makinesinin kâh insan DNA'sını farklı şekillerde kullanmayı başaran bilim insanlarının peşine düşmüştük. Okuması keyifli olsalar da en nihayetinde sıradan polisiye-casusluk maceralarıydı. Asıl ilginç olan Lejyon karakterinin kendisiydi. Ama kendisiyle ilgili sadece yan bilgiler alabiliyorduk.

Yitik Suretler'deyse Sanderson ibreyi tersine çevirip bu kez Lejyon'un kendisini konu alan bir macera yazmış. Ve çok da iyi yapmış! Bu sefer falanca kimsenin filanca kayıp projesi yerine kendi suretlerinin (hayali arkadaşlarının) neden olduğu sorunlarla uğraşıyor kahramanımız. Suretleri yapmamaları gereken şeyleri yapmaya başlıyor. Bu da yetmezmiş gibi içlerinden biri ölüyor! (Spoiler değil korkmayın, kitabın hemen başında oluyor bu olay). Bir suretin ölümü Lejyon için hem bildiği bazı önemli bilgileri sonsuza dek kaybetmek hem de bir dostu yitirmek anlamına geliyor. Bu da psikolojik anlamda onun için yıkıcı oluyor.

Ek olarak, ilk kitaptan beri adını sıklıkla duyduğumuz ve Lejyon'a suretlerini kullanmayı öğreten eski sevgilisi Sandra da nihayet bu kitapla birlikte ortaya çıkıyor.

Başından sonuna dek heyecanla okunan, bir solukta bitirilebilecek enfes bir maceraydı Yitik Suretler. Özellikle sonunu çok beğendim. Sanderson'a yakışır bir son nokta olmuş.
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