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Legion: Skin Deep
Today marks the day that Brandon Sanderson’s follow-up short story, Legion: Skin Deep, will be available for free download! Unfortunately, this freebie swag is only for those in the U.S. region (for publishing rights restrictions). This offer only lasts a month (starting Nov 24, 2014) so get on the offer while you can! You can preview the clip above or head-on over to Audible’s official site to listen to the clip and find out more on how you can get a full audiobook copy of this rad short story! [Click this link to be taken to Audible to find out more!]
Audiobooks not your thing? No problem! Get a sneak peak of Legion: Skin Deep’s early draft excerpt (subject to change) [on Brandon Sanderson’s official website by clicking here].
Book Title: Legion: Skin Deep (Short Story, Legion, #2)
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Duration: 4 hrs and 23 mins
Narrator: Oliver Wyman
Release Date: Nov 24, 2014
Continue reading [From The Mancave] – Legion: Skin Deep – Brandon Sanderson (Free Audiobook)
Book Title: Legion (Short Story, Legion, #1)
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Number of pages: 88
Stephen Leeds, AKA ‘Legion,’ is a man whose unique mental condition allows him to generate a multitude of personae: hallucinatory entities with a wide variety of personal characteristics and a vast array of highly specialized skills. As the story begins, Leeds and his ‘aspects’ are drawn into the search for the missing Balubal Razon, inventor of a camera whose astonishing properties could alter our understanding of human history and change the very structure of society.
(re: Goodreads @ Legion by Brandon Sanderson)
Should this book be picked up? the tl;dr spoiler-less review:
-The dynamic between Leeds and his hallucinatory phantasms is a blast to read into.
– Plot reads like a detective tale with undertones of science, religion, and faith.
– Revelations do feel a bit rushed and open-ended in concept (not to be mistaken for a ‘bad’ ending).
Following the idea that a short story equals a simpler review (because it only makes sense to not ramble too much about so little), this review is increasingly condensed—for your sake and mine (but mainly yours).
Disclaimer: There may be spoilers inherent to this review from this point onward.
Continue reading [Review] Legion #1 – Brandon Sanderson