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6 : The Bands of Mourning (2 of 2)

by Brandon Sanderson
Oct 26, 2016
6 Hours
Ages 13+
With The Alloy of Law and Shadows of Self, Brandon Sanderson surprised readers with a New York Times bestselling spinoff of his Mistborn books, set after the action of the trilogy, in a period corresponding to late 19th-century America.

Now, with The Bands of Mourning, Sanderson continues the story. The Bands of Mourning are the mythical metalminds owned by the Lord Ruler, said to grant anyone who wears them the powers that the Lord Ruler had at his command. Hardly anyone thinks they really exist. A kandra researcher has returned to Elendel with images that seem to depict the Bands, as well as writings in a language that no one can read. Waxillium Ladrian is recruited to travel south to the city of New Seran to investigate. Along the way he discovers hints that point to the true goals of his uncle Edwarn and the shadowy organization known as The Set.

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Director & Cast

Director Nathanial Perry
Starring Terence Aselford as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Wax, Bradley Smith as Wayne, Dani Stoller as Marasi, Eva Wilhelm as Steris, Tracy Olivera as MeLaan, Nora Achrati as Telsin, Chris Davenport as Edwarn, Gregory Linington as Allik, Tony Nam as Harmony and Nanna Ingvarrson as Jordis. With Andy Brownstein, Karen Novak, Lincoln Zada, John Dow, Evan Casey, Scott McCormick, Christopher Scheeren, Richard Cutting, Nanette Savard, Michael John Casey, Richard Rohan, Christopher Walker, Eric Messner, Nick DePinto and David Jourdan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Nathanial Perry
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
Cover Illustrator Alex Allen
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Absolutely Great by Jason (Posted on 8/26/2018)
The true bad guys start to rear their ugly head. The threats and fights get a little bigger as does the world. Now you learn there are other parts of the world that until now haven't even been mention in this series or the first even. The while the threat is not getting bigger really but the world is. Another great big battle with some epic action. Everything is just really great. Oh and the moment at the end where you find out who Trell is is just WHAT!?! The performance was great (voice acting, sound effects, and music)
great by Lionel (Posted on 8/14/2018)
I love Wax and Wayne. So well written, with a lot of subtle, and not so subtle humor which never seems out of place. Sterris even grew on me a bit in this one. Voice acting is top notch again. Well done Graphic Audio!
Great Book by Chase (Posted on 6/19/2018)
Great ending to the second era of Mistborn books.
Real mastery by Mr Ryan P (Posted on 6/1/2018)
The actors simply nailed this. They were the exact embodiment of the characters in the series. Excellent production.
Awesome started and awesome finish - highly recommended by paresh (Posted on 5/2/2018)
Cannot recommend highly enough - the Mistborn series containing Wax and Wayne are hugely enjoyable and totally worth the time and money.
Expands the World by Odis0 (Posted on 11/29/2017)
Great, twist ending. Classic Sanderson. The ending of the book also opens the Mistborn series up into greater involvement in the Cosmere (for you nerds out there.)

The romance between Wax and Sterris is sweet, and she really grows as a character this time around. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
Mistborn/Western by Scott (Posted on 1/24/2017)
I am a huge fan of the Mistborn series in general. This new adaptation of the original stories is such a joy to listen to. It is a truly splendid mesh of the fantasy world that Brandon Sanderson created with the original Mistborn series and a Western style that puts a fresh perspective to his vision. The Graphic Audio version of the books brings life to the characters like breathing life into art. You will find yourself laughing and on the edge of your seat with these action packed books. Can't get enough.
A great conclusion of the story! by Patrick (Posted on 1/3/2017)
But then we learn that behind the scenes maybe not everything has been revealed yet :-)
THE TRUTH IS REVEALED! by Scott (Posted on 12/5/2016)
Ok, so only some of the truth is revealed, but I think anyone who listens to both parts and is a past fan of this sereis and other series realize its a pretty big reveal. For the sake of those who haven't read the book already or listened to this part, (where have you been?) unless your new then you are forgiven, I won't reveal it but a past character is reintroduced in a unexpected way and its not who you think at first. For more info go read Mistrborn Secret History Vol 1. Better yet call Graphic Audio and have them do that new book Arcanum Unbound that has a collection of stories of the Cosmere including that one.

So for this story we continue our adventures in the colder outer regions and meet a hitherto undiscoverd people that live somwhere completely different on this planet that have been isolated for centuries from the people of the FInal Empire and we discover secrets bout Wax's past and family members that bring this trilogy into perspective and help us understand the different forces that are driving the groups on Scadriel as well as an amazing new discovery in magic. This is a fine addition to the series and if the author decides it a good place to stop with Wax and friends and start the next age of stories on this world. This was originaly only meant to be a tie in book betweoon one trilogy and another for this world.

There is also a lot of character development for everyone in this story Wax, his fiance, Wayne and even the villians. Very satisfying and good job to the GA people for bringing it to life.
A Must-Have for anyone who began with Part 1, Does not relent the drama and action by John (Posted on 10/28/2016)
As expected, the conclusion to Bands of Mourning fulfills all that was yearned for plus much more. The cosmere is now more fully clear and Wax's relationships finally mature from what he began with Alloy of Law with Sterris. Truly making the world Scadrial a much larger place and introducing the "other" citizens of their planet and bringing together an unlikely partnership. As now we wait for the author to put out Mistborn Book 7 "The Last Metal" I am fulfilled with all that has happened in this era of middle Scradrial, or post-300 years Hero of Ages. Thank you Graphic Audio for bringing so much emotion during the high points especially with Wax and Harmony, Wayne and Wax, Sterris and Wax, and Marasi and Sterris. The dramatic tones and tears were spot on and enjoyable and truly brought the book to life...The movie in my mind.

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