White Sand, Volume 2

White Sand, Volume 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 complication: assassins are coming for him from all directions, and Kenton’s only true ally is Khriss, a visitor from the other side of the planet who has an agenda of her own to pursue.

Title:White Sand, Volume 2
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781524103422
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    White Sand, Volume 2 Reviews

  • Petrik

    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 n...

  • Valliya Rennell

    3 stars Story: ★★★The story picked up somewhat. It wasn't fantastic, but I am more invested and am enjoying what I am reading. The new developments are there, however when comparing it to the...

  • Manisha

    Actual review: 2.75There 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....

  • Calista

    This is sort of a political fantasy thriller. Kenton is trying to save the Diem and the Sand Masters but there are assassins trying to kill him. The San Masters were very secretive and he is having to...

  • Bradley

    I'm only going to compare this story to the bulk of Brandon Sanderson's other work because most of us already know he's both prolific and fun and he rarely ever writes a bad story.The same is true for...

  • Chad

    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....

  • Thomas J. Benedict

    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 stor...

  • Coreen ?

    I need the novel version A-S-A-P!RTC...

  • Matas Racedo

    2.5 StarsI 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...

  • Mitticus

    3.5I 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. K...