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Interviews: AMOL Signing Report - E. Hyde

Summary:

Entries

4

Date

Feb 22nd, 2013

Type

Paraphrased

Location

Birmingham, AL

TourCon

AMOL Book Tour

Bookstore

Books-A-Million

Reporter

E. Hyde

Links

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  • 1

    E. Hyde

    I went to the Birmingham signing last night and had a good time there. I only ended up asking one Cosmere-related question, but hopefully it will still be useful.

  • 2

    E. Hyde

    I asked if assassination is common among the Parshendi, since they have a tradition of what assassins are supposed to wear.

    Brandon Sanderson

    Brandon said (and I'm paraphrasing) that the Parshendi are a lot more unified than they used to be, and back when they existed as a lot of separate tribes (he didn't say how long ago this was), raids and assassinations were a fairly regular thing.

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  • 3

    E. Hyde

    Brandon Sanderson (paraphrased)

    Someone else asked if Adonalsium had been self-aware, and Brandon said he couldn't answer that yet.

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    E. Hyde

    I went to the event in a Wheel of Time costume (I posted a couple of pictures in the gallery) and met up with some people I knew from Dragon*Con. I already owned all the books I was getting signed, but I did buy a couple of other books while I was there, including Dan Wells' Fragments (which isn't supposed to be published for a few more days ... exciting!) ;-)