Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson is the third book in the Stormlight Archive series. This series takes you deep into a fantasy world of kings and emperors and also into the lives of soldiers, scribes, and slaves. All throughout the series, Sanderson has developed immensely different characters that one can imagine as the person standing next to them. The struggles that the characters face may be within a fantastical setting, but depicts hardships with mental health, depression, and finding oneself.
The series features multiple points of view, which allows readers to delve into the minds of the characters. Oathbringer is full of the rising action of the series, and the characters described in the interludes finally start coming together with the main storyline. In an incredibly detailed and thought-out world, Sanderson creates culture, heritage, and beliefs that make the world thrive even through all of the events of the Desolation. A must-read for lovers of fantasy and well-developed worlds.
Thesis Note: This series is geared more towards adults, not only in its mature content of war and death but also with the complexity of worldbuilding. The multiple points of view may confuse younger readers or readers who are not able to read the books right after one another. Details are important in this series.