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Annotation Elantris 53-2

Annotation Elantris 53-2 Chapter Fifty-Three Part Two Yes, Ahan is a traitor. When building this book, I knew that I wanted one of the characters to betray the rest. I also knew that I didn’t want it to be the most obvious one in the group. This left me with a problem. I had to…

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Annotation Elantris 53-1

Annotation Elantris 53-1 Chapter fifty-Three Part One I hereby dub this chapter the official start of the Brandon Avalanche! Let the rejoicing begin. On a more serious note, I’ll get to some of the major events in the chapter in a moment. First, let’s talk over some smaller annotations. I like the fact that Lukel…

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Annotation Elantris Chapter 51

Annotation Elantris Chapter 51 Chapter fifty-one This is a different kind of Hrathen chapter. With it, I wanted to set the tone for the final section of the book. Only about 15% of the novel remains, and things are going to change for the last bit. You may have noticed a slight tone shift in…

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Annotation Elantris Chapter 50

Annotation Elantris Chapter 50 Chapter fifty Joshua absolutely hates it when I use plots like this. I don’t know why I insist on putting things like this (mistaken identities, people pretended to be someone else, that kind of plot) into my books. I think, deep down, I’ve got a weakness for old-school Shakespearean farces. Storytelling…

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Annotation Elantris 49-1

Annotation Elantris 49-1 Chapter Forty-Nine Part One My biggest worry about these chapters is that people will look at the map we put in the front of the book and realize that it doesn’t match the text. I really do like Jeff’s map–it’s well-drawn, and it has a very cool feel to it. I love…

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