Another triumph from the prolific Brandon Sanderson. This, the third book in the Mistborn trilogy rounds things off very nicely. There are a number of surprises here, one in particular I saw coming a good way off but was still immensely enjoyable when it finally arrived. This was undoubtedly the best of the three, and even though I've heard some complain about the author's propensity to rush towards the end, I just felt that it was well-paced and simply built the excitement very well.
Overall, a very good trilogy, with this third novel being the best of them. I'm looking forward to starting 'The Way of Kings' now, which I've had sitting next to my bed for a number of months.