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Yes... Jacob Send a noteboard - 10/11/2011 06:17:36 PM
I feel like all of his other stuff has been at least 4, 5 hundred, but that's just working off of memory.


I believe most fall between the 500 and 1000 page amounts. This one was the result of a writing exercise, which produced a short-story, which Sanderson turned into a small novel, without feeling at all stretched.

I love that the time-changing Allomancy is finally being introduced. There wasn't a hint of it in the first trilogy, but then it suddenly appeared on that "Chart of all Powers" poster/desktop background he released a while back. There was also a metal to burn that put the Aluminum effect (eliminates all metals) on anyone you were touching, and a metal that put the Duralumin effect (expend all currently burning metals) on whoever you were touching.


It is FUN too. Trust me.
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