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Really, both of Maas's series have some pretty awesome world building, but this one has more books for the world to be developed.
This is my absolute favorite YA High Fantasy. The world building and the back lore is awesome.
As the best Fairy-tale re-telling I have ever read, I had to add this to the list. It's a re-telling that doesn't seem like a re-telling.
When powered people are all villains, and the heroes are regular people, it's hard not to admire that kind of world building. And I really like that Sanderson has kept how people got powers mostly a mystery even into the second book. Hints were made, but not a full on explanation.
This being the only book where time travel is used/talked about that I don't hate. The way things were set up and explained made it all make more sense.
Possibly the most unique dystopian I've read. Set entirely in space and on a space-ship no less. Yet everything was done so well, that it never felt dull or small.
I loved so much about this series and setting. Though I would have liked a glossary explaining how to pronounce things, I still love the world created in this series.
I still haven't figured out if this story takes place in the distant future, or on another planet altogether. The world created in this series is so interesting and unique. I was pleasantly surprised when I gave this series a chance and read it, it's one of my favorites.
Last but, certainly not least, is my all time favorite book/series. The worlds in this series are so vividly described that I fell right into the book and feel in love with the characters.