The Overlady Reads Words of Radiance, Parts 1&2


Hey guys, welcome to The Overlady Reads Words of Radiance, Parts 1&2! This is the next in our series where my wife (The Overlady/Lucy/Empress) reads through the Cosmere for the very first time with me along with her.

In this episode, we walk you through the events of Words of Radiance, Parts 1&2. We talk through what the characters are up to and Lucy gives some FANTASTIC theories on things coming up. Do you remember how filled with mysteries Words of Radiance was? The start quick and they don't stop coming. Words of Radiance just has so damnation MUCH going on!

Listen as we make fun of Adolin's taste in women, point out the Wayne cameo in Words of Radiance, and generally just have a great time. Next week, we'll have a video all for Part 3 all by itself (It's the best part!). Let us know what your favourite parts of Words of Radiance Part1&2 are in the comments down below!

 

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4 hours ago, Spren of Kindness said:

That intro was the best thing ever!  And yes, the lullaby is terrifying.

In fairness, all lullabies are terrifying, even in the real world.

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Chiberty

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20 hours ago, Personification said:

In fairness, all lullabies are terrifying, even in the real world.

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And down will come Baby,

Cradle and all.

 

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Is Tyn really pronounced that way (rhyming with "pine")? I didn't know.

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19 hours ago, go_go_gragdet said:

Is Tyn really pronounced that way (rhyming with "pine")? I didn't know.

It is said as "tin" in the audiobooks.

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21 hours ago, teknopathetic said:

It is said as "tin" in the audiobooks.

Thanks! I was genuinely asking.

I know not to take my pronunciation cues from the Overlady ("Djash Ker-... the place where Shallan's from"), but at 50:13 the Overlord himself said "Tyne", so I wasn't so sure anymore.

I'll chalk it up to:

- Jebus not being a pronunciation nazi;

- the need for humans to use the same language to communicate properly (and marriage is about compromise, I've been told);

- the need for the conversation to go smoothly;

- the need to maintain a favorable environment for some of these surprising and hilarious pronunciations to keep coming up.

 

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