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Re: Cinematic Gher Send a noteboard - 14/11/2011 06:18:38 AM
I was struck again by just how cinematic Sanderson manages to be when he writes his climatic action sequences. The images seem to be cast directly into your mind, like you're watching it on a big screen. There were some pretty thrilling moments in this story.


Definitely. I can even think back on the book, and see the scenes playing out in my mind again. It's like I watched the story.
"And it breaks my heart to look around, and see the unimpressed; who can't believe the emperor is dressed"~Fastball
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