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White Sand Free download ☆ 108 ¼ [Reading] ➻ White Sand ➱ Brandon Sanderson – Goproled.co.uk This is Sanderson's first novel which allegedly got him his agentA brilliant new fantasy world White Sand is split into two halves on one side are the Daysiders and on the other the Darksiders Dayside This is Sanderson's first novel whicDers Daysiders have a uniue ability to control and manipulate sand bending it to their will to attack or protect as they wish Darksiders have their own uniue abilities and culture and must. Its definitely a book that is not ready for publication Its riddled with issues but it never promised anything than a good solid story Sandersons imagination and world building shines despite the writing rookie status Its the least of his works yet still worth reading because Sandersonian and because Cosmere

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Wear thick dark lenses while on the Dayside Generally speaking Daysiders and Darksiders do not get alongand White Sand follows the adventures of one particular Daysider a boy named Kenton. This is not one of Brandon Sanderson's polished works but it is fun to see his development as a writer Another interesting magic system It is also nice to see of Khriss although I didn't really like her that much She still has time to mature

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White SandThis is Sanderson's first novel which allegedly got him his agentA brilliant new fantasy world White Sand is split into two halves on one side are the Daysiders and on the other the Darksi. Just hold on a minute here what did I just read This is a draft written by Brandon Sanderson 17 years ago; clearly unedited still in word doc format and with typos scattered throughout And it is still better than a lot of other published books that I've read out there except Sanderson's own obviouslyThe writing may be a bit clunky like I said it's a draft but it is so good in spite of it All of Sanderson's hallmarks of a great magic system worldbuilding and 'little human stories' are nicely wrapped up in a delightfully engrossing read I love how he presents his characters with realistic conflicts and motivations The religious angle is again well written without seeming preachy I can also see the seeds of many of his later known characters stemming from the ones in this book I won't mention anything specific about the characters or the plot simply because a canonized version of this is still being adapted into graphic novels of which only 1 of 3 volumes had been released But what I can say is that I can see why this was chosen to be a graphic novel sand mastery especially in an action scene is a visual spectacle to behold at least from what I can imagine while reading I would especially like to see this adapted into a movie as graphic novelisation is nonetheless a static medium and can only convey that much of the brilliance of sand mastery