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Who's actually read White Sand?

Have you read White Sand?   30 members have voted

  1. 1. Have you read White Sand

    • Yes, I have indeed
    • I started, but I didn't finish
    • No siree...
  2. 2. If you did read it, did you enjoy it?

    • Yes, I did
    • It was fine...
    • No, I didn't
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    • I literally just told you I haven't read it...

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Inspired by the many memes joking about White Sand's lack of relevance...

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This is something I am genuinely curious about, how many people have read White Sand?

And for those who have, how many enjoyed it?

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I’ve read the first one I think, but that’s where I stopped. I heard Brandon might do a book version some many thousand years in the future so I’d rather wait until then.

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8 minutes ago, I Am A Fish said:

Inspired by the many memes joking about White Sand's lack of relevance...

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This is something I am genuinely curious about, how many people have read White Sand?

And for those who have, how many enjoyed it?

I read them all. They weren't as enjoyable as Brandon's normal books, but I liked them.

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I read them and I thought they were slightly better than okay. not as good as others.

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I genuenly enjoyed them,

And you forgot my meme about it's lack of relevence in the fan base!

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Just now, Frustration said:

And you forgot my meme about it's lack of relevence in the fan base!

I'm lazy...

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Like, I'm sure they're good, they're cosmere books, but their graphic novels which turns me off.

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I liked it, especially FA-TOOOM!

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I read the first 2 and it's taking forever for the 3rd one to come in at the library. I enjoyed it, but it's not the best book I've ever read.

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49 minutes ago, Aspiring Writer said:

Like, I'm sure they're good, they're cosmere books, but their graphic novels which turns me off.

Hey, it's where we get the most of Khriss, that's got to be something for you.

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2 minutes ago, Frustration said:

Hey, it's where we get the most of Khriss, that's got to be something for you.

but... graphic novel. *Shudders.*

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18 minutes ago, Aspiring Writer said:

but... graphic novel. *Shudders.*

read them, the graphic novelness doesn't make it bad.

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Just now, Doomstick said:

read them, the graphic novelness doesn't make it bad.

It's not that, it's just... I consider audio books pure torture, and while graphic novels are better, they are not something I prefer. i normally only read them after i read the book their based on.

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Just now, Aspiring Writer said:

It's not that, it's just... I consider audio books pure torture, and while graphic novels are better, they are not something I prefer. i normally only read them after i read the book their based on.

then sign up for Brandon's newsletter and read the prose

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Just now, Doomstick said:

then sign up for Brandon's newsletter and read the prose

prose?

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Just now, Aspiring Writer said:

prose?

prose
/prōz/
noun
 
  1.  
    written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metrical structure.
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2 minutes ago, Doomstick said:
prose
/prōz/
noun
 
  1.  
    written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metrical structure.

Can you send me the link to where i can get it?

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4 minutes ago, Aspiring Writer said:

prose?

If you go to brandon's site you can get a newsletter and the first one they send you will have a written (prose) version of White Sand. Warning: It's a pain in the butt to read on a computer.

Edit: Scroll to the bottom of his site and that's where you will sign up for the newsletter.

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Just now, Shard of Reading said:

If you go to brandon's site you can get a newsletter and the first one they send you will have a written (prose) version of White Sand. Warning: It's a pain in the butt to read on a computer.

Why?

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Just now, Aspiring Writer said:

Why?

I like hardcover better, but it would really depend on your preference. Personally I found it annoying.

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1 minute ago, Shard of Reading said:

If you go to brandon's site you can get a newsletter and the first one they send you will have a written (prose) version of White Sand. Warning: It's a pain in the butt to read on a computer.

Edit: Scroll to the bottom of his site and that's where you will sign up for the newsletter.

actually there's a link to download it in the newsletter

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Just now, Shard of Reading said:

I like hardcover better, but it would really depend on your preference. Personally I found it annoying.

I'm fine with e-books if there are no other options, though I understand your preference for have the actual book in your hands. *Satisfying sigh* This is making me hungry for RoW

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I've read the first two WhiteSand novels, they were pretty fun, and the magic system is cool.

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1 minute ago, Empress Stick said:

I've read the first two WhiteSand novels, they were pretty fun, and the magic system is cool.

I've read summaries on the coppermind, and it does sound interesting and I would read it, I just wanted something that was not a graphic novel.

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