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I've recently finished listening to the audiobook version of 'Words of Radiance' by Brandon Sanderson.

Throughout the book (and the preceedingpreceding book) each chapter has a quote or snippet from another source at the beginning. In many cases these are sort passgespassages from 'The way of kings', 'Words of radiance' or 'The diagram' which are self explanitary-explanatory.

However, on two occasions, the quote was simply a string of numbers (which is bizarre to listen to in audiobook format!).

What do these numbers mean  ? Are they ever explained  ?

I've recently finished listening to the audiobook version of 'Words of Radiance' by Brandon Sanderson.

Throughout the book (and the preceeding book) each chapter has a quote or snippet from another source at the beginning. In many cases these are sort passges from 'The way of kings', 'Words of radiance' or 'The diagram' which are self explanitary.

However, on two occasions, the quote was simply a string of numbers (which is bizarre to listen to in audiobook format!).

What do these numbers mean  ? Are they ever explained  ?

I've recently finished listening to the audiobook version of 'Words of Radiance' by Brandon Sanderson.

Throughout the book (and the preceding book) each chapter has a quote or snippet from another source at the beginning. In many cases these are sort passages from 'The way of kings', 'Words of radiance' or 'The diagram' which are self-explanatory.

However, on two occasions, the quote was simply a string of numbers (which is bizarre to listen to in audiobook format!).

What do these numbers mean? Are they ever explained?

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Brandon Sanderson - Words of Radiance - Blocks of numbers in chapter prologues

I've recently finished listening to the audiobook version of 'Words of Radiance' by Brandon Sanderson.

Throughout the book (and the preceeding book) each chapter has a quote or snippet from another source at the beginning. In many cases these are sort passges from 'The way of kings', 'Words of radiance' or 'The diagram' which are self explanitary.

However, on two occasions, the quote was simply a string of numbers (which is bizarre to listen to in audiobook format!).

What do these numbers mean ? Are they ever explained ?