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Author One-on-One: Patrick Rothfuss and Brandon Sanderson
In an exclusive interview for Amazon.com, epic fantasy authors Patrick Rothfuss (The Wise Man's Fear) and Brandon Sanderson (Towers of Midnight) sat down to discuss collaborating with publishers, dealing with success, and what goes into creating and editing their work.
Starred Review. Jordan's epic is coming to its long awaited conclusion in the next book, so this installment (Book 13) exquisitely ratchets up the suspense. The last battle is coming, and Rand must garner the armies of nations, unite disparate allies, and as the Dragon Reborn, prepare to face the Dark One in combat. Fans will find the preparations of the multitude of characters exciting and satisfying. Michael Kramer and Kate Reading have narrated all of the previous books, and continue to give peerless performances. Both boast a wide range of vocals and accents, and perform all characters convincingly. Their readings and characterizations are complementary and consistent in manner and style so that the sprawling series is kept coherent. A Tor hardcover. (Nov.)
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Robert Jordan in my book is one of the greatest writers did I know Brandon Sanderson is right up there with him I think you've done an excellent job with Robert Jordan's novel I've... Read morePublished 12 days ago by william vance
Very well done. Sanderson has done exceptionally well completing Jordan's work. He has kept Jordan's style of writing with a few touches I can recognize as his own.Published 12 days ago by James R.
An easy read to just sail through, and considering it took me only 10 or so days to read one of the longest books in the series, that's saying a bit. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Brenda K. Longacre
Not as good as Jordan, but Sanderson did a good job on most characters, though they just don't feel the same, and complexity is reduced. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Salit L. Gazit