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10-25-2010 @ 1:49AM
"The moment that it had even appeared that the human had been about to find fault with the grand design, Stareye had politely suggested that the council would manage its own efforts and that the wizard had other duties to which he should be attending." -Taken from the War of the Ancients Trilogy, book three, The Sundering In the context of writing, Knaak's name is ironic. He is simply a hack. His work often neglects basic grammar, his characters are cardboard cutouts, and his sentences.... Oh, his sentences. Knaak's prententious, Tolkien-wannabe disposition produces the most convluted, unreadable sentences in fiction. I think the above quote showcases nearly all of these things beautifully. I doubt many will come to his defense; so, to make my argument as succint as possible... KNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAK
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