The only problem I can think of just now that I had with it is that I felt Dockson deserved somewhat better closure - my impression was that no one showed any signs of caring that he'd died. At least Club's death had an impact on Spook (and I really liked the direction of his story in The Hero of Ages). While I think the scene of Dockson's death was great, I thought it a shame that given how important he was to the crew's/Kelsier's schemes and that he got largely no recognition for it, and how he's a deeply bitter, hurt man, I thought his character at least deserved some remembrence from the rest of the crew. Admittedly, something of this sort may have occured which I have simply forgotten about.
And yes, I was getting a bit tired of hearing about Elend's "warrior's body".
Re Paul Kearney, I think he did great with Hawkward's Voyage and The Heretic Kings, but I couldn't stand the rest of his series. It was the whole emphasis on Corfe; I found him a 1-D character I couldn't give a s**t about. I still think he has it in him to be a good writer - Hawkward's voyage proved that much at least. I may give A Different Kingdom a try.
Edited by 11th Heaven, 01 April 2012 - 03:58 PM.