Mistborn is a book about a slave uprising led by some former slaves with Jedi powers and written by a Mormon. Parts of the book are excellent and I found myself cringing in others..particularly at the awful politics of the lead character.
Despite descriptions of utter class oppression in addition to massacres committed by the godhead, there seems to be constant reminders that "not all the nobility are bad. As a result (spoiler alert)
...the rebels decide to preserve the nobility and create a monarchy to prevent the "economy from collapsing and the slaves from committing wanton acts of reprisals against the nobles. As I said, a Mormon wrote it.
In addition, besides the main character, there is barely a female character in the story...which is more excusable in Tolkien than a modern story.