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The Kaladin Book Soundtrack based on The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson – Call To Action

The Kaladin Book Soundtrack based on The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson – Call To Action 

Sometimes, when you work in entertainment, you take the gigs that will feed you. Sometimes, you take the gigs that inspire you. Sometimes, the gig pays off. Rarely, a gig can change your life. The Kaladin book soundtrack (inspired by The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson) saved mine. Literally. None of us at The […]

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Brandon Sanderson Stormlight Interview

Brandon Sanderson Stormlight Interview 

A couple of weeks back our good friends at Gollancz got in contact and asked if we’d like to interview one of our favourite authors, Brandon Sanderson. Of course, we said ‘YES!’, but because Brandon is busy we knew we’d only have a very limited amount of questions we’d be able to ask, so we […]

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Way of Kings Read Along (Chapters 1-3)

Way of Kings Read Along (Chapters 1-3) 

Hey there my WOK Readalongees, Firstly, I want to thank each and every one of you who has decided to commit and join me on this journey through one of the decade’s finest fantasy books. Whether you are simply following this readalong to catch yourself up and jog your memory ready for Brandon Sanderson’s Words […]

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Way of Kings Readalong – Launch Post

Way of Kings Readalong – Launch Post 

We’re not far away from the release of one of the most anticipated novels of our generation, Words of Radiance : The Stormlight Archive Book Two. Fantasy-Faction is most excited about the launch of this one and we’re teaming up with Gollancz, the UK publishers, to do a readalong of the first book, Way of […]

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Brandon Sanderson Video Interview

Brandon Sanderson Video Interview 

When you talk about mainstream fantasy, one of the first names you have to mention is Brandon Sanderson. Making his debut with the interesting Elantris in 2005, before going on to his first trilogy in 2006, Mistborn, Brandon’s name was quickly put forward to finish the Wheel of Time series following the loss of Robert […]

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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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The Way of Kings – Part One by Brandon Sanderson

The Way of Kings – Part One by Brandon Sanderson
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We’ve all heard of Sanderson. We’ve all encountered his books, whether in a curious flip-through or in a one-weekend devouring of the Mistborn series. We’re fully aware of his staggering capabilities as a world-creator and epic yarn-spinner. I am pleased to admit, The Way of Kings does not deviate from this reputation one bit. The […]

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The Way of Kings – Part One by Brandon Sanderson

The Way of Kings – Part One by Brandon Sanderson
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In the UK, The Way of Kings has now been split into two halves. The first book focuses on the ‘build up’ of the novel. I think they got the cutoff point pretty much perfect, although you could never read Part 1 on its own (it would seem very anti-climatic). The Way of Kings opens […]

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