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7-18-2011 @ 4:42PM
I managed to grab the Shattering the other day -- I didn't even know WC novels sold in Australian bookstores, so that was a pleasant surprise. I'm enjoying it, but she tells rather than shows too much and as a writer, it's driving me crazy, not to mention all the exposition. I can instantly think of a hundred and one ways to give the reader all that info without dumping it into exposition.Having said that, her characters are fascinating and the story itself has captured my attention so far. They have a lot more life than what I've seen of Knaak so far. I'm reading Day of the Dragon as well and it seems rather dry in comparison.Let's see how Twilight of the Aspects turns out.
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