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Cruising the Cosmere: Visit Magical Arelon!

Cruising the Cosmere: Visit Magical Arelon! 

Buckle in, dear readers – we’re taking a tour of the Cosmere!  Over the course of a truly ridiculous number of months, Sonia Grace will be reading her way through every book, novella, and short story set in Brandon Sanderson‘s Cosmere. Read all about it here, follow along on the forum, and be sure to […]

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Introducing ‘Cruising the Cosmere’!

Introducing ‘Cruising the Cosmere’! 

Show of hands: how many of you started reading Brandon Sanderson’s books with no idea of what the Cosmere would be?  When I picked up Mistborn way back before his first Wheel of Time book came out, my entire goal was to get a sense of the writing style of this Sanderson guy who was […]

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Brandon Sanderson’s Cosmere – A Primer

Brandon Sanderson’s Cosmere – A Primer 

Brandon Sanderson has made himself into one of the top authors in the fantasy genre today. Perhaps most famous for taking on the role of finishing The Wheel of Time books after Robert Jordan’s unfortunate passing, Sanderson has also begun crafting a name for himself as “the magic guy.” Between Mistborn – which included Allomancy, […]

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Brandon Sanderson Interview – Transcribed

Brandon Sanderson Interview – Transcribed 

Some of you will have seen this interview before. Until now, this interview had been a video interview that was available for download through YouTube. Incredibly, we had around 10,000 downloads of the three videos in total and I have to say, it kind of scares me (and of course excites me) that so many […]

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Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

Elantris by Brandon Sanderson
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Just the other day I was reviewing my workload and the collection of works I have submitted when something horrific dawned on me: that for someone who calls himself a contributor to Fantasy-Faction.com, I have reviewed very few actual fantasy novels. My bookshelves (yes I’m using the plural) and Kindle are full to the brim […]

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