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Use this tag when asking question about Brandon Sanderson as an author, not the stories he has written. He is an American fantasy author most famous for his Mistborn trilogy, and completing the Wheel of Time series after Robert Jordan's death in 2007.

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The following is summarised from an interview with Brandon Sanderson in 2010: Q: Were there parts that you were like, just wow, this is just really weird having to write this? A: The other … anyway, I can tell you about that next year. Does anybody know which scene Sanderson was talking about? …
asked Apr 13 '13 by coleopterist
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have near similar body chemistry to the Returned in Warbreaker. My question is this: are these just similar threads that Sanderson is exploring in different stories or is there some sort of overarching thread that somehow ties everything together? …
asked Jun 2 '11 by the_e
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proper lists of non-Cosmere Sanderson books. I'm looking for an exhaustive list of Sanderson's works, clearly split into Cosmere and non-Cosmere books/series. The motivation for this question is this … meta post - before starting to retag, I want to be sure which brandon-sanderson questions are actually cosmere questions. But you don't need to worry about meta and tagging to answer this. …
asked Dec 11 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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I've read Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn and Stormlight Archive series, and I noticed that there are hardly any (if any) references to sexual activity between characters. I find that the author paints o …
asked Jun 19 by jamaicanworm
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I initially had 2 questions here and have been encouraged to split them: Is the magic in the Cosmere connected Brandon Sanderson's approach towards magic is in my eyes rather unique. Each story has a …
asked Aug 5 '15 by Thomas