White Sand, Volume 2 (White Sand #2)

White Sand, Volume 2 (White Sand #2)

Following the loss of most of his colleagues in a violent ambush, Kenton has become Lord Mastrell of the few remaining Sand Masters, magicians who can manipulate sand to do their bidding. With the ruling council poised against him, the hot-headed Kenton must become a diplomat to have any hope of preventing the eradication of his people forever. However, there?s another com Following the loss of most of his colleagues in a violent ambush, Kenton has become Lord Mastrell of the few remaining ...

DownloadRead Online
Title:White Sand, Volume 2 (White Sand #2)
Author:Brandon Sanderson
Rating:
Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:152410342X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

White Sand, Volume 2 (White Sand #2) Reviews

  • Alex
    May 23, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

    Enjoyable follow up with a mix of politics and action ...

    Full review to come! ...

    Honestly, I really didn't like the artwork. Everyone seemed to look both angry and lepperous... all the time. The story suffered too. I literally didn't care about anyone or anything. I still don't care. But that could be because there just wasn't enough story. ...

  • Taylor Ramirez
    Feb 20, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

  • Mitticus
    Feb 07, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

  • Marjolein
    Mar 17, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

    Enjoyable follow up with a mix of politics and action ...

    Full review to come! ...

  • Cale
    Mar 31, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

    Enjoyable follow up with a mix of politics and action ...

    Full review to come! ...

    Honestly, I really didn't like the artwork. Everyone seemed to look both angry and lepperous... all the time. The story suffered too. I literally didn't care about anyone or anything. I still don't care. But that could be because there just wasn't enough story. ...

    This review can also be found here: https://thereadingnargle.wordpress.co... I honestly went into this book not expecting much from it ? I was super excited, of course, but Vol. 1 didn?t entertain me that much, so I didn?t expect this one would either. I was and wasn?t right...

    This volume is closer to 2.5 stars. We get more of the political intrigues of the first volume without any real high action moments (those that are present, like assassination attempts, get somewhat under-played), as Kenton spends his time trying to wrangle votes and maneuver political...

  • Danielle
    Feb 23, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

  • C.P. Cabaniss
    Mar 10, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

  • Saga Norén
    Apr 21, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

  • Spencer
    Feb 05, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

    Enjoyable follow up with a mix of politics and action ...

    Full review to come! ...

    Honestly, I really didn't like the artwork. Everyone seemed to look both angry and lepperous... all the time. The story suffered too. I literally didn't care about anyone or anything. I still don't care. But that could be because there just wasn't enough story. ...

    This review can also be found here: https://thereadingnargle.wordpress.co... I honestly went into this book not expecting much from it ? I was super excited, of course, but Vol. 1 didn?t entertain me that much, so I didn?t expect this one would either. I was and wasn?t right...

    This volume is closer to 2.5 stars. We get more of the political intrigues of the first volume without any real high action moments (those that are present, like assassination attempts, get somewhat under-played), as Kenton spends his time trying to wrangle votes and maneuver political...

    This was interesting but a bit dull to be honest, as I said in my review for Part 1 I think this would be better as a written story instead of split in to parts and made into a graphic novel. I?m still not really a fan of the art either, that is until the last chapter where I assume ...

  • Jeraviz
    Feb 27, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

  • Mitch Johnson
    Feb 18, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

  • Annemieke / A Dance with Books
    Mar 15, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

  • Marina
    May 04, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

  • Jon Adams
    Feb 26, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

  • Sean McQuay
    Apr 20, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

  • Paul
    Mar 11, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

    Enjoyable follow up with a mix of politics and action ...

  • Chad
    Apr 17, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

  • Logan
    Apr 03, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

  • Lucille
    Mar 30, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

  • Manisha
    Apr 18, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

  • Daniel
    Mar 25, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

  • Tina
    Feb 16, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

  • Travis
    Mar 19, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

  • Roy
    Mar 29, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

  • Matías Racedo
    Jun 18, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

  • Réka
    Apr 18, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

  • Alice (thereadingnargle)
    Feb 02, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

    Well, at least it had pretty pictures... until the last chapter that is. ...

    Éste está mucho mejor que el primero. Los colores siguen siendo muy lindos, y las escenas parecen salidas de la película 300 y de Assassins Creed. ...

    ?Kenton: So you?re a spy, then?? Damn, Kenton found that out quickly. ?One of the professors: Perhaps, perhaps not. It sounds like what they need, duchess is a skilled diplomat on their side.? I think everyone in the cosmere needs one of these. ?The proposal whi...

    Taldain es uno de mis planetas favoritos del Cosmere. Adoro a Khriss y a Kenton y disfruté mucho la novela inedita. Pero el tebeo no me acaba de atrapar. Supongo porque el tipo de dibujo y el color no son de un estilo que me guste mucho y me tira para atrás en algunos momentos y que ...

    This instalment was even better than the first one. While that one served as an introduction to the characters and the world, things are happening in this one. Kenton is maturing in leaps and strides. He is working hard to do what he feels is right, and he has quite a lot of work a...

    Sanderson at it again with the great magic systems and incredible characters! I do wish the comic included more of the prose, though. I felt a little lost, and I read this in about 2 hours, which is way too fast to really get all the little details and hidden cosmere Easter eggs. I'll ...

    This story is a bit underwhelming and I think it might be an issue of format. I think this magic system is not ideal for being shown in drawing. The artists had to use weird little asterisks to show sand which felt out of place. Also the drawing style is way too crowded for me (at leas...

    DNF I'm sorry to have to mark as did-not-finish a Sanderson book but this series just isn't working for me. I thought my disappointment on the first volume was only because it was a set up book but here everything I wasn't a fan of in the first just keeps continuing. I don't really ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Two years ago I was lucky enough to read the first volume of White Sand. As mentioned in that one the world building happened to rapidly and the characters could not really capture me. Bu...

    After the setup of the first book, we begin to see more action in this sequel. We see more of the typical Brandon Sanderson plot structure take shape, and go beyond just world-building and introducing charatcers. The characters are starting to take shape, and I found myself liking K...

    Another enjoyable installment in the White Sand series. I still think the art is kind of sloppy in some places. There were word bubbles mixed in with other word bubbles, sot sure if that was meant to be that way but if not you kind of missed out on some story dialogue. Also the art cha...

    I liked it, but it was too short of an installment, a long wait since the first one, I find the art style distracting, and the story didn't progress much at all in this volume. As a side note, I found it rather strange that the art style was completely different in the last chapter,...

    Reading this graphic novel is supremely aided by having read the prose version already. As it is, the graphic novel does not do a good job conveying motives or emotions beyond the most extremes. ...

    Enjoyable follow up with a mix of politics and action ...

    Full review to come! ...

    Honestly, I really didn't like the artwork. Everyone seemed to look both angry and lepperous... all the time. The story suffered too. I literally didn't care about anyone or anything. I still don't care. But that could be because there just wasn't enough story. ...

    This review can also be found here: https://thereadingnargle.wordpress.co... I honestly went into this book not expecting much from it ? I was super excited, of course, but Vol. 1 didn?t entertain me that much, so I didn?t expect this one would either. I was and wasn?t right...

  • Petrik
    Apr 23, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

  • Mel Anie
    Feb 28, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...

    3.5 I got problems once again with my e-arc pdf copy , the images were not clear and a number of missing letters do a very frustrasting reading of an otherwise engaging story, more complex this time. Kenton, now as Lord Mastrell of the remaining sand masters require the votes of...

    While I think that this volume is an improvement over volume one, I still had issues with it. I am not sure that Sanderson translates well to this format. While the world is interesting and the characters have potential, it lacks the touch that his novels have. This was based on a draf...

    2.5 Stars I like the story, I think I would have loved the book if Sanderson had published it as a regular novel, instead of being published separately as graphic novels. But sadly that is the case, so I'm not enjoying these White Sand volumes very much. To start with, it's a bit c...

    No me convencen estas incursiones de Sanderson en el cómic. La idea es buena como siempre y se pueden apreciar los elementos clásicos del autor pero al transformarlo en novela gráfica tengo la sensación de han recortado por donde han podido para hacer la historia más directa: info...

    An enjoyable volume 2 in the White Sand series. The story is vintage Sanderson and flows nicely. The artwork for 5/6 chapters maintains the sketch art which Im not a huge fan of. However, chapter 6 becomes more of the more standard comic book art but I was kinda surprised by the sudden...

    I thought that volume one was really good. Well, this was even better! RTC Finally it's a time to read this! Cannot wait to find out what Kenton is up to in this volume! ...

  • Thomas J. Benedict
    Apr 02, 2018

    Sanderson, I consider you my favorite author of all time. But please, for the love of god never EVER do this kind of graphic novel adaptation for your work again. This won't be a full review, I don't need a full review to explain how unpolished this volume is. Bottom line is that th...

    Actual review: 2.75 There are some stories meant to be written, some meant to be watched, and some meant to be read with pictures. This is definitely not one meant to be read in a graphic novel format. Not only has a story that was meant to be one novel been divided into three g...

    U prvoj svesci smo imali postavku sveta, upoznavanje sa likovim i osnove price. U drugoj svesci sada dolazi do razvoja te price i nekako dolazimo do jednog od vecih problema ovog projekta: prica je prevelika da bi moglo da se smisleno prebaci u stripsku formu bez ogromnih rezova a opet...

    Volume 2 focuses on Kenton trying to get the necessary votes to keep the Sand Masters guild alive. There is a lot of political intrigue as he meets with each of the council to try and sway their vote. At the same time, he has to fend off multiple assassins as a religious order has name...

    You break a book into three parts, and you get three incomplete stories. That?s what White Sand is. This second instalment wasn?t terrible, but it?s the middle of a story, not really a whole story by itself. Kinda hard to rate. I did enjoy this book, even though it took me sup...