Lessons from Elantris

This is not a book review because while book reviews may be amazing, they are just not good enough for what I want to say about Brandon Sanderson's epic fantasy novel Elantris.  I read Elantris with Writers as Readers Part Two hovering around like a guilty reminder in the back of my head, and I'm here to prove …

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Book Review: Dune by Frank Herbert

On the beautiful paradise-planet Caladan, the Duke Leto Atreides and his family are packing up for a long journey. Paul, Leto's fifteen-year-old son and heir, is waiting. Until a strange old woman walks in and informs Paul that he is about to undergo a test. This old woman is the Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohiam, …

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